15 Clever Nursery Storage Solutions And DIYsMelanie Blodgett
Having a baby and all the preparations that come with it can be tough. You need new furniture for them, furniture for you, changing stations, clothes and hangers, you name it, they need it. But there are some really fun and clever ways to make their nursery a clever storage haven! When I had my son, I was kind of clueless as to all that he would need. And I was even more clueless about any clever ways to organize his new space and make it as efficient as possible while still keeping the aesthetic I wanted for his nursery. Here are 15 genius nursery storage solutions and DIYs to try out for your little ones room! They will make your life easier, the room more efficient and pleasant to be in and your baby will love the room. It’s a win win for everyone! Check them out and see what storage solutions might work for your space. You’re guaranteed to love at least a few of them. And if you’re not currently designing a nursery, they are great for pinning and keeping for later. You never know when you might need to start creating a perfectly designed and organized nursery space!
Clever Nursery Storage 1 of 16
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Felt Baskets 2 of 16
These felt baskets are not only adorable (and easy to make!) but they are perfectly soft for little hands.
See more here on The B Line.
Book Shelves 3 of 16
This is a great way to save space. Instead of using a bookcase that takes up floor room, try mounting some shelves at kid level. Genius!
See more here on Domestic Simplicity.
Wooden Crates 4 of 16
Some simple wooden crates would be great for books, stuffed animals, you name it.
See more here on Apartment Therapy.
Changing Table 5 of 16
Take a hint from those nasty changing tables in public restrooms and make your own! I like this one much better.
See more here on DIY Network.
No Closet 6 of 16
I actually like the idea of not having a closet in the nursery. Their little clothes are so cute and worth showing off, right?
See more here on Project Nursery.
Open Shleves 7 of 16
I love the idea of having a shelving unit that is open for the kids to grab whatever they want. Put the stuff you don't want them to get up top.
See more here on Chic Cheap Nursery.
Book Table 8 of 16
How about a low table filled with rows of kids books? Not a bad idea. I am in love with this table. Those legs!
See more here on Dejeligheder.
Closet Room 9 of 16
Who needs a bedroom when you have a closet? Make the bedroom a fun playroom! That's where it's at.
See more here on Design Sponge.
Number Baskets 10 of 16
I really like the industrial feel of these baskets. They make a great catch all below the shelves too!
See more here on Project Nursery.
Changing Station 11 of 16
Turn your awkward corner bench into a useful changing station! I want an awkward corner bench.
See more here on The Alison Show.
Armoir 12 of 16
I love this idea. An open armoir to store pretty clothes, toys and decor. It's almost like a room within a room.
See more here on With Style And Substance.
Tiered Basket 13 of 16
Each level holds a new useful treasure. I love it.
See more here on Boots and Totty.
Driftwood Rod 14 of 16
Another genius no-closet scenario. It's useful decor! What could be better?
See more here on The Bump.
Dividers And Labels 15 of 16
Keep their clothes separated and labeled so there is no trying to put a 3 month onesie on a 12 month baby. We've all been there.
See more here on My Sweet Nest.
Animal Rack 16 of 16
Perfect for hanging bath towels, coats or unruly toddlers. I kid, I kid.
See more here on Of House And Homies.