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Organizing 101: 10 Tips to Conquer the Nursery

By Casi Densmore-Koon |

From Office Candy to The Container Store, I love stylish, fun and functional ways to get organized. So when it comes to organizing the nursery, nesting is in full swing. When you have a newborn, it’s super important to make sure everything is in its place. You won’t stay sane on no sleep if you are unorganized, so it’s best to start now. You need to make sure the nursery is fully functional as it quickly becomes a very important space. Being organized will help make the transition when you bring the little one home!

Sure, things are bound to get messy and you’ll start to wonder why a little person needs so many stockpiles. But if everything has its place, you will feel less overwhelmed and clean up time will be a breeze.

Below, see just how to organize all of the newborn necessities with some quick tips to get the job done!

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10 Ways to Organize Your Nursery

All The Clothes

A well-designed closet will really help to keep everything organized. Use appropriate containers and shelving to complete the look.
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Casi Densmore-Koon

Casi Densmore-Koon is the founder and editor of cupcakeMAG, and cupcakeMAG Littles, ringleader of her five kids under ten, and her darling hubs. When she isn’t writing, interviewing celebs, and styling clients, you can find her reading the “weeklies,” wishing she had a nanny, and chasing after her little ones! Read bio and latest posts → Read Casi's latest posts →

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