The cuteness and size of baby toys and furniture can be deceiving until they start to amass and clutter your home! Whether this is your first or fifth nursery, it is important to keep things spick and span so that your baby can be safe and will have ample space to play, and so that you can move around and find things quickly and with ease. Here are 5 clever baby nursery organization tricks and ways to equip the room to do just that.
It is easy to get carried away dreaming up themes and decorations and gadgets for your baby’s nursery. However, to keep your nursery clutter-free, it is best to start with the necessities and basics. Ask friends what pieces they have found most useful in their nurseries, and which items are not worth the hype. Start minimal to maximize space, and you can always add things once your baby is home!
This is such an important baby nursery organization trick! If you are working with a limited amount of space, finding pieces that have many functions is a necessity! For example, one easy way to save some room is to skip the changing table and simply buy a changing pad to outfit the top of a dresser into your diaper station! Look for pads that can strap in so that it stays anchored down.5 Clever Baby Nursery Organization Tricks Click To Tweet
We are used to hanging up tiny towels and miniscule coats on the backs of doors, but children’s clothes are not as long and do not take up as much space as adults’. Attach a row of pegs to the side of a changing table or dresser, and suddenly you have additional hanging storage!
What easier way to organize loose odds and ends than with baskets? Baskets can easily be hung from the wall to create shelves, and they are designed specifically to fit into cubby hole shelving units. Wire baskets give a more contemporary and clean look, whereas cloth and plastic baskets come in wide ranges of bold colors to liven up your nursery! Clean up after playtime has never been easier!
Again, because children’s clothing items tend to take up less space, it is incredibly easy to maximize closet space! Shelves and cubbies are great, but try adding multiple levels of rods to hang your child’s clothes! You can even try taking the rods out of the closet and attach them to the wall to hang baskets and buckets off of.
Whether your nursery has animals walking up and down the walls, is adorned with flowers, or does not have a theme at all, it is important to keep the room clean and mess free! Your baby (and your spouse!) will thank you!