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Baby’s Room

Hampers and changing tables, lots of storage, and room to grow
“Organizing is what you do before you do something, so that when you do it, it is not all mixed up.” — A.A. Milne

A precious new family member should not mean more organizing stress for you! Yes, as soon as the baby comes home from the hospital, additional necessities will arrive with him. If the baby is not here yet, let our team of pros help you plan for your new arrival. If the little one is already home, we can still work magic on the baby’s storage areas.

We are here to help you as much as we can.

Our design consultants understand that no two families are alike. And they know that the needs of families are diverse. We can show you how shelves and rods can easily adjust to accommodate your new growing addition. We might suggest that you include a few baskets or drawers in the closet as well. These allow you to store your baby’s toys, undergarments, and socks. Then as your child grows up, you can use the baskets to store games or use it as a hamper for dirty laundry. Another feature we provide you is our melamine products come in a variety of colors and wood grains. This makes it easy for you to match or complement any nursery décor.

We know it is hard to imagine, but your baby will not be a baby for long! Let us help to guide you along your incredible journey. Did you know we have a showroom? As of today (Oct. 2016), there is a baby’s closet on display. You might want to come in and take a look at it. Seeing our products in person is often a big help in making decisions about what works best in your home. While you’re here, you can also browse and be inspired to improve other areas of your home as well!

Also, we make it easy for you to schedule a FREE consultation with our designer at your home. Simply call (215) 855-4400 or complete our easy-to-use CONTACT FORM.

Customer Rave:
We are pressed for space in our 3-bedroom townhouse with twins on the way, and are happy we decided to go with Closet City to help expand our space." -- Deborah O'Donnell