Storage Solutions for BabyFrom toys and clothing to books and care essentials, there are so many things to get for your nursery when you’re expecting. Where do you put all of those little neccessities without overcrowding your room and taking up so much space? Here are a few fun and stylish ideas to encorporate into your nursery design to help with the storage factor.
A cube shelf from IKEA gives a lot of interest and usable storage. Dress it up and make it more functional with fun baskets or boxes.
I love this idea. The same cube shelf in a smaller size can be laid on its side and used as a storage window seat. Once your baby gets older he or she will be pulling these baskets out all day long being a busy little bee!
Wow, this is a lot of storage. I like the look of the closet doors being removed and how it creates a special niche. The room is made larger and now there’s easy access to all the things baby needs. I also like the addition of the curtain. This adds to the drama of the room while still allowing things to be kept neat and tucked away.
A wall mounted changer. We’ve all seen them, but this one looks much cozier and it’s actually quite clever. This DIY takes a wall mounted bathroom cabinet and turns it on its side! Great idea and excellent use of space.
This is a fun and modern display idea for toys and clothing. It looks like a little mini Baby Gap in your nursery.
A few bookcase pushed together will give you quite a bit of storage. This bookcase provides shelves and a toy bin in one. I like the tapered construction of the shelves, it add interest and makes it appear less bulky.