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We hear you! There never seems to be enough closet space for storage. You are struggling to store all of baby's clothes, shoes and accessories. "How can I get more space in the nursery closet?", you ask. Well, today we are going to show you how to maximize storage space in the nursery closet.
We'll give you some smart small nursery closet ideas which won't cost you a fortune. With these organizing products and tricks, your baby's nursery closet space will be more organized and more streamlined than ever before.
17 BRILLIANT SMALL NURSERY CLOSET IDEAS
1. HANG extra closet rods
You can instantly double or even triple the amount of hanging space in the closet by adding extra closet rods. Remember, baby's clothes hang short and will not require a lot of space between rods.
2. USE SLIM PROFILE HANGERS
Maximize space in the nursery closet by using these awesome velvet hangers with an ultra slim profile. You'll be able to hang more clothes and organize them better.
3. GET A HANGING SWEATER ORGANIZER
A hanging sweater organizer with multiple compartments will allow you to fold and store baby's sweaters and blankets for easy access. Attach the organizer to the closet rod .
4. UTILIZE THE TOP CLOSET SHELF EFFICIENTLY
When you are short on space, you have to maximize the vertical space. Place baskets or bins on the top shelf so you can store more of baby's things.
5. INCORPORATE CLOSET SHELF ORGANIZERS
These stack-able shelf organizers are great for maximizing shelf space in the nursery closet.
6. MAKE USE OF THE FLOOR
7. USE A CLOSET DOOR ORGANIZER
8. PICK UP DURABLE STORAGE CONTAINERS
If your baby is still a newborn and you've been shopping for 6 month old clothes already, then use these handy durable storage containers to store those clothes until the little one is ready to wear them. The durable design will keep dust, dirt and mold away.
Use labels to clearly identify contents in bins, baskets and containers.
10. ADD LIGHTING
Add extra lighting so your nursery closet is well lit and you'll be able to find things easily. These awesome Wireless LED lights stick onto walls quite easily.
11. HANG A MIRROR
A mirror has the magical ability to create the illusion of a bigger space. Hang a mirror to make the nursery closet look and feel bigger.
12. TIDY UP LIKE MARIE KONDO
We are moms too. So we know that it is easier said than done. But as baby outgrows his or her clothes, it's time to let go of those clothes and clear out the nursery closet to create more space. If it is too hard, place labeled durable clothes containers in the basement and use that to store clothes that the baby can't wear anymore. Perhaps, you can use those clothes for a future baby!
When you have a small nursery closet, the trick is to maximize the space so you are able to store more and organize better.
Let us know if you have any other small nursery closet hacks you'll love to share!
Last Updated on March 13, 2020 by Tira Attygalla