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We are rounding up the best IKEA Hacks for nursery storage.
We love a good IKEA Hack and are constantly on the lookout for hacks that help the nursery stay organized and look gorgeous.
IKEA furniture is wallet-friendly and together with its streamlined profile makes a great addition to the baby's nursery. To that mix, add some creativity plus personalization and you've got yourself nursery storage solutions that are hard to resist.
Today we are bringing you IKEA Hacks for Nursery Storage that's smart and stylish. These hacks toe the perfect line between form and function.
So read on for the best IKEA Hacks for Nursery Storage!
1.IKEA KALLAX UNIT hack to MAXIMIZE NURSERY CLOSET STORAGE
Looking to add more nursery closet storage space and tackle a closet makeover? A nursery closet organization hack that makes a huge difference is to use an IKEA Kallax shelving unit in the closet together with extra clothing rods to instantly add more space for clothes.
2.ikea BILLY BOOKCASE hack as NURSERY STORAGE
Billy Bookcase is one of the most popular IKEA pieces and it's easy to understand why. Time and time again we are stunned by Billy bookcase transformations and how people put it to work in the baby's room.
3.IKEA LACK WALLSHELF AS A WARDROBE SHELF
Wondering how to store baby's clothes without a nursery closet? No worries! We've got you covered with this IKEA nursery storage hack where you use an IKEA Lack wall shelf and add a rail to the bottom of the shelf to hang clothes.
4.KALLAX CUBBIES FOR STORING NURSERY ESSENTIALS
The IKEA Kallax unit is a fabulous hack for storing and organizing essentials in the nursery. Pair with these gorgeous textured baskets to store diapering essentials, toys and books for the baby.
5.BESTA TV CABINETS FOR AN OPEN AIR NURSERY WARDROBE
Struggling with the lack of a nursery closet? We've got the best IKEA hack to help create an open air nursery wardrobe. Simply gather two Besta TV units one for the top and one for the bottom (add legs for this one) for this IKEA nursery hack. Pair these units with a clothes rod and you've got yourself an open air nursery wardrobe that so functional.
6.IKEA IVAR CABINET hack INTO A DIAPERING STATION
A well organized diapering station is one of the most essential zones in the baby's nursery. Hack an IKEA Ivar cabinet with legs, handles and changing pad to use for diaper changes and storage.
7..PAX WARDROBE AS CUSTOM BUILT IN NURSERY CLOSET
If you are dying to get a custom nursery closet but can't fathom the high price, consider hacking two IKEA Pax wardrobes to look like a built in nursery closet.
8.IKEA SPICE RACKS for BOOK STORAGE
We know that reading is good for kids and that they need to be surrounded by books. But piles and bins of books might be a bit too much clutter. Grab a few of these IKEA Bekvam Racks and hack them into gorgeous bookshelves with a bit of paint.
9.TARVA IKEA DRESSER AS A NURSERY DRESSER
Organizing baby's clothes and diapering essentials takes up quite a bit of space. A dresser is always our choice for a changing station over a changing table because of that. Save money on a nursery dresser by hacking the IKEA Tarva dresser with legs, pulls and a gorgeous paint job.
10.IKEA PICTURE LEDGES AS BOOKSHELVES
When decorating a small nursery we are constantly trying to make the most of the wall space in the baby's room. So instead of book bins or baskets, consider hacking IKEA Mosslanda ledges as bookshelves to store and display baby's books.
11.IKEA RASKOG ROLLING CART
The IKEA Raskog rolling cart is one of the most popular and versatile pieces we've seen. Use the rolling cart to create a changing table or a pumping station that can be wheeled around the house. Or, use the rolling to store baby's books and toys.
12.IKEA ALEX DRAWERs AND BESTA CABINET COMBO AS A READING NOOK
If you are looking to create a nursery that grows with the baby, definitely consider incorporating a reading nook. Hack two IKEA Alex drawer units and a Besta cabinet to create a reading nook with seating and storage.
Last Updated on April 22, 2021 by Tira Attygalla
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