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9 Nursery Storage Solutions

Now that Fern is getting a little older, she seems to be accumulating more toys and even though she’s not mobile enough to start leaving them all over the place she does like to throw them about and I’m quickly realizing that I’m going to need to come up with a better system for storing her things.

The only problem is that I don’t want to waste money on items that are specifically geared toward kids, because I want to have things that can transition and grow with our family.

I did a bit of hunting and found some lovely storage solutions that I wouldn’t mind showcasing in my home beyond the baby years.

Check out my toy storage solutions after the jump!

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  • Vintage Inspired Wire Storage Baskets 1 of 9
    Vintage Inspired Wire Storage Baskets
    I love the rugged quality of these bins. I think I'd choose the ETC. bin, because it would be more versatile to use for the post-kid days.
    Storage $139.50 from Found
  • Mod Mom Furniture Gracie Toybox 2 of 9
    Mod Mom Furniture Gracie Toybox
    This would make a pretty bench in the future after you're done using it to store little toys.
    Storage $475.00 from All Modern
  • Oeuf Classic Toy Store Storage System 3 of 9
    Oeuf Classic Toy Store Storage System
    OK...this is definitely expensive, but it's pretty and classic which just might make the price tag worth it.
    Storage $461.00 from All Modern
  • Swoop Toy Bag and Play Mat In One 4 of 9
    Swoop Toy Bag and Play Mat In One
    The price of this bag is nice and imagine how great it would be to just to clean up baby toys in one fell swoop (pun totally intended).
    Storage $48.00 from Swoop
  • Industrial Wire 9-Bin Storage 5 of 9
    Industrial Wire 9-Bin Storage
    I love all things industrial in general, but especially in a nursery. It adds a great element that keeps it from being overly sweet.
    Storage $259.00 from Restoration Hardware
  • Industrial Baskets – Set of 3 6 of 9
    Industrial Baskets - Set of 3
    These baskets would make cleaning up easy as 1,2,3! Too cheesy? Probably. But these baskets are awesome.
    Storage $249.00 from Restoration Hardware
  • Rolling Storage Crates 7 of 9
    Rolling Storage Crates
    I'm a sucker for an old crate and one with castors is even better in my book.
    Storage $88.00-118.00 from Serena & Lily
  • Mountain Peaks Bath Basket 8 of 9
    Mountain Peaks Bath Basket
    A simple way to add a dash of pattern to the nursery in a functional way.
    Storage $88.00 from Anthropologie
  • WOOLi Felt Toy Box 9 of 9
    WOOLi Felt Toy Box
    This toy box is pure genius! A toy box made out of felt would store little toys while avoiding the bumps and bruises that a wooden toy box might illicit.
    Storage $130.00 from Babies Breath on Etsy

 

Lauren Hartmann is the founder of The Little Things We Do, a blog about life and adventures in Portland Oregon. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook, or catch up on all of her posts here on Babble.

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