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Organizing the nursery is hard for many of us as we try to get the nursery ready for the baby's arrival. And, as in most situations, the space lacks a nursery closet. You'll need to get creative with finding space for baby clothes and other things. Ahead, the best open wardrobe ideas for the nursery that are practical and gorgeous- you wouldn't mind keeping baby's clothes in the open.
Choosing the right open storage system for baby clothes depends on your budget and style. A good open wardrobe for the nursery will ideally help you corral baby's clothes and curate the most loved clothing, thus avoiding clutter. You can go with a free-standing clothes rack, a Montessori wardrobe, install a closet system on a wall, or use a shelves/rod combination.
Just check out these examples of open nursery wardrobe ideas for inspiration and hang baby's clothes out in the open without them looking like a mess.
30 Ways to Organize baby clothes with an open nursery wardrobe
If you lack a nursery closet but have a blank wall in the space, try installing some shelves and a clothes rod.
Some clothes racks are cute and are a great way to organize and store baby clothes in the nursery. And, you can move it around if you need to.
Consider a Montessori wardrobe like this one where you get to organize the baby's clothes and the baby gets to develop the essential life skill of dressing up early on.
Find shelves and rods to add storage to the nursery while adding interest to the design, like this setup below.
You can also use a baby clothes rack like this to store and organize baby clothes.
Here is another beautiful Montessori wardrobe with plenty of storage for baby clothes and visual labels.
A blank wall, chalk paint, shelves, and rods are everything you need to create an open wardrobe in the nursery.
This Montessori wardrobe is an IKEA hack that doesn't take much work or money.
Go for an open wardrobe using a clothes rack and showcase a curated collection of baby's favorite outfits.
You've got an alcove in the nursery and we've got a solution. Create an open nursery wardrobe just like this one to organize baby clothes.
The shelf décor artfully plays with texture and color to make the shelf shine, while the rods allow for baby clothes storage.
The closet shelf and rod give this diapering station much-needed clothes storage in the nursery.
Ditch the nursery closet doors and add curtains to enhance a small nursery closet so it looks like an extension of the nursery.
The cube storage organizer instantly helps maximize space in the nursery closet.
No closet in the nursery? Get yourself a beautiful baby clothes rack and set it up to organize the baby's clothes.
This cute display holds a variety of nursery décor and gives you much-needed space for hanging baby's outfits.
Adding a baby clothes storage rack to the nursery is a great choice when you need space to organize baby clothes.
A unique nursery shelf to help you capture your baby's curated clothing collection.
This streamlined clothes rack adds nursery storage to the tightest of spaces.
This open nursery wardrobe design makes the most of the space above the dresser or the changing table by adding extra storage.
Use a blank wall and maximize function by adding this open wardrobe solution for the nursery.
We love this nursery open wardrobe idea when you don't have a closet. Utilize a corner in the nursery to create an open wardrobe with shelves, rods, a dresser, and a few wall organizers for maximum organization.
We love simplicity too-like this setup to get some extra storage for clothes.
This clothing rack hits all the spots- stylish, surprisingly affordable, and helps you get the nursery organized.
Not only do these IKEA spice racks make great book racks, but also clothing rods.
When designing an open wardrobe for the nursery- whimsical elements can help elevate the space.
If the nursery happens to have a small closet, taking the doors off and adding a rack and a rolling cart can make a big difference in the space.
Your baby's nursery may not have a built-in closet or perhaps have a tiny nursery closet. Good news: With some imagination, you can add storage solutions that are stylish and help you organize the baby's clothes
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Last Updated on April 27, 2022 by Tira Attygalla