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We know that storage and organization is key to keeping any room organized. But when it comes to the nursery, it matters even more. When working with a nursery design, we constantly try to add as much storage to the nursery as we can, knowing fully well that you can never have too much storage for organizing all of the baby's clothes, accessories and toys.
Seriously, you'll be surprised by how much stuff a little baby needs. So today we are sharing 9 Sneaky Ways to Add Storage to a Nursery.
9 SNEAKY WAYS TO ADD STORAGE TO A NURSERY
Utilize the corner wall space and hang shelves to add storage to the nursery. You'll appreciate having space for storing books, toys etc.
UNDER CRIB STORAGE
Let's make the most of the space you've got! Use the space under the crib to store extra blankets, crib bedding and toys. Place baskets under the crib or better yet, get a crib with drawers.
Diapering takes center stage in the nursery. You'll be changing a ton of diapers and you'll have lots of diapering essentials to store. We love using wall space to store baby's diapering essentials. Not only will you be maximizing the space in the nursery but you'll also have all the diapering essentials close by for a quick diaper change.
BASKETS & CADDY'S
My friends, if you desire to keep your nursery tidy and organized, baskets and caddy's need to be on your list. Place baskets for storing blankets and crib bedding, toys, shoes etc. We also love using baskets and caddy's to put together the must have stations for the nursery such as a breastfeeding basket,
Last Updated on July 10, 2019 by Tira Attygalla