Let’s Play Pretend! How to Create a Dress Up Station

Kids love to explore their growing imaginations by playing pretend with hats, capes, dresses, shoes, and other dress-up clothes. And we love to dress up our babies like furry little critters! Today we are expanding our own creativity by showing you how to design play pretend dress-up stations in your big kid’s room or playroom. Plus, don’t miss our Play Pretend sale featuring a collection of adorable dress-up items for babies and toddlers!

Dress Up CornerDress Up Corner by Liz Carroll Interiors

In the Big Kid Room with Happily Hughes

Begin your “Project: Dress Up Station” by taking inventory of the dress-up clothes that you own. Take into account accessories like hats, masks and shoes, too. From there you will have a good idea of the size shelving unit that is needed for hanging items and the size and quantity of baskets needed to store accessories. Here are some storage pieces in varying price points and sizes to get you started!

Etsy PumpurWooden Swing Shelf and Hanging Rack

Amazon Lets Play Dress Up Unit 2

Etsy Bundle and PineBundle and Pine Wooden Clothing Rack

Amazon IRIS Compact Wood Garment Rack Natural

Etsy Grow and CompanyHero Up Hook Rail

Adding accessories to your child’s imagination station can be so very fun! Here are some items for baby and toddler that we love.

Shop Our Sale: 10% off select items using the code LETSPLAY 10/1/2018 through 10/4/2018.

Play Pretend Dress Up Blog Graphic - infographic size 800 x 2000 px (1)

Organic Panda Cap | Unicorn Knit Hat | Organic Bunny Hat | Tiger Bonnet | Bunny Bonnet Hat | Mint Tutu Leotard  Purple Tutu Leotard | Coral Tutu Leotard | Peek-a-Boo Faces Bin | Alpha Critters Bin | Clothing Rack | Let’s Play Dress Up Unit

You may also like: Pinterest Board: Halloween Costume Ideas for Babies and Toddlers

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