Their “closet” was created as time went on (aka the more children we had) and out of what the need was at the time. For me, I am NOT a morning person so the crazy 7 AM rush of getting everyone dressed, (COFFEE MADE), lunches made, breakfast eaten and out the door to school is QUITE the task. (It is always in the morning when I seriously contemplate home schooling!) Whatever makes my mornings easier is always forefront on my mind. The days of the week bins have done that! Ideally, on Sunday, they can be prepared for the week and children can just get up and dress themselves. Realistically, in our house, it is the night before. They can still get up and get dressed and MOST DAYS, no one is missing a sock or pair of underpants. Is it a flawless system, NO, but it works for us and makes my mornings easier.
Luckily in planning the clothes situation, children are small so, between one double dresser for the girls and a dresser for each boy, there is enough storage for every cozy pant, sock and star wars tee shirt. As my boys get older, I have contemplated getting them either a storage bed (with drawers in the base) or something to put at the foot of their beds like a storage bench or small dresser. This is a few years out so for now, I will only plan the ideal in my head, JUST for fun!
If you are just DESPERATE for this EXACT thing in your home . . .
The closet guts themselves are just BILLY bookcases from Ikea, LACK floating shelves from Ikea (from the AS IS department of course!) and the rods you can find at any home improvement store (Lowes or Home Depot). Most importantly, the days of the week bins were from my favorite CHEAP bin Mecca: The Dollar Tree. I got a little crazy fancy and glued foam letters on them but we seem to be loosing the stickiness battle. I would just go with my old friend: Mr. Sharpie!