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Can we share a secret? A well-designed and organized baby closet is one of the keys to a happy, healthy nursery. We've rounded up 20 of our favorite baby closet ideas to help you get inspired and elevate your baby closet organization, no matter the shape, size, or condition of the closet in the baby's room.
Here's the thing-a well-organized baby closet helps you corral and store baby's clothes and other essentials. But it also does so much more. It will help keep you calm amid chaotic diaper duty or when the little one keeps on fussing. You could say that a well-organized baby closet brings a sense of tranquility to the baby's room.
So if you have decided to organize the baby closet, you are in the right place. The good news is that even the smallest of baby closets can be super functional with the right organizational system in place, and you can do so without breaking the bank.
Read on for the best baby closet ideas. The baby closet inspiration below is so good that you might want to work on upgrading that baby closet asap!
20 CREATIVE BABY CLOSET IDEAS TO solve BABY CLOTHES STORAGE DILEMMA
The best-organized nursery closets fit the storage needs that are important to the family. This beautiful baby closet has ample storage for hanging baby's outfits. Can we also acknowledge the gorgeous brass closet rods, please?
Look at this beautiful baby closet with creative storage solutions that maximize the space. From closet shelves and rods to baskets and drawers-there are storage for hanging clothes, folded clothes, or display.
Take note of this baby closet with generous-sized closets rods for hanging baby's clothes and a cube organizer for book and toy storage.
If you have a builder-grade baby closet in the nursery, take inspiration from this closet design and elevate your baby's closet while adding much-needed storage with an IKEA PAX wardrobe unit.
With a small baby closet, every inch counts, so configure the space with a combination of wardrobe units-shelves, drawers, and rods to fit your needs. Here is another example of a baby closet with IKEA PAX units.
Finding space for all of the baby's essentials can be a challenge. In this baby closet, the vertical wall space is maximized with rods and hooks for storing the baby's hair accessories.
Sometimes stacking a baby's clothes can look messy. This baby closet has the prettiest baskets and totes to help with organizing the baby's clothes and other essentials.
We love the shoe storage in this stunning baby closet. Do you also notice the drawer organizers used for sorting and organizing clothes? It makes it possible to find outfits without rummaging through the drawers.
One of the easiest ways to upgrade a builder-grade closet is by bringing in a cube organizer as in this beautiful closet.
Here's another example of a baby closet that does not lack storage thanks to a cube organizer unit that utilizes unused space below the hanging clothes.
This gorgeous baby closet has boho vibes with baskets that add texture and natural touch.
Take advantage of the top shelf in the nursery closet to store baby clothes and essentials you won't need frequently.
Just because it's a small-sized baby closet doesn't mean you can't find space for all of the baby's essentials. This baby closet perfectly translates the square footage for more storage with extra shelves.
Let this stunning baby closet teach you how to create storage without skimping on the style. We love the wallpaper backing and gold hardware.
Kick your baby closet organization up to another level by sorting baby clothes into categories and using drawers to make your life easier.
Make sure you can see where items are stored instead of having them tucked away by adding transparent storage units to the baby closet as in this nursery.
Opt for clear cabinets to add more storage while allowing you to see what's inside as in this baby closet. Take a tip from this closet and use labels, too.
It's impossible to organize a closet well when you don't have enough space. Look at this baby closet where the closet door works overtime by adding storage for the baby's clothes, accessories, or anything else.
We love how this baby closet uses a combination of shelves, rods, and drawers to keep the baby's essentials front and center.
There's a lot to admire about this brilliant small baby closet design, from the mix of shelves and rods for baby clothes organization to baskets that bring extra storage and maximize space. We also love that the closet doors have been replaced with a lovely curtain to keep clothes bursting through the closet doors.
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Last Updated on August 1, 2022 by Tira Attygalla