Infant Products Storage Tips

Welcoming a newborn home comes with lots of preparations. One thing that will keep bothering you is how to organize that little room or corner in your master bedroom set aside for them. While there are many nursery ideas to help you make the little space comfortable for your bundle of joy, it can be difficult to have all the infant products fit in this space.

However, with a few baby storage ideas, even the smallest nursery can accommodate all your baby’s items. All you need to do is to make sure the nursery storage is as functional as possible. Even so, don’t forget that the little space needs to look cute too. As you maximize space, ensure you include some décor to make it attractive.
Here are some nursery hacks that will help you put things in order.

Plastic Bins Under the Crib

If you don’t have enough space to store all the infant products, it’s important to take advantage of every available square foot. You can use small plastic bins that can fit beneath the crib to keep your supplies of diapers, wipes, clothes, and formula. Since you may not want to see the containers peaking out, you can use a crib skirt to hide your under-the-crib storage. However, if you’d like to make the storage under the crib attractive, you can pack your supplies in decorative or woven baskets. You don’t need a crib skirt for this.

A Shower Caddy for Extra Diapers

You probably have a shower caddy already, but in case you don’t, just check online and get yourself one. If your changing table lacks storage for extra clothes along with a few pieces of diapers, try using a shower caddy to put these necessities. The good thing about this storage piece is that you can hang it on the wall within reach so that it’s easier to pick the items when in need. To add to your nursery’s décor, you can give the caddy a coat of paint that blends with the nursery theme. 

Changing Table with a Chest Of Drawers

Sometimes your nursery is too small to hold all the necessary baby furniture. Therefore, instead of having separate furniture pieces, you can get a multifunctional furniture piece to maximize space. For instance, instead of having separate drawers for keeping your baby’s items, you can have a changing table fitted with drawers. This will provide extra storage for diaper supplies and a few pieces of clothes. Additionally, to avoid clutter in the baby’s room, you can have fixed furniture pieces such as floor-mounted seats.

Separate Storage for Outgrown Clothes

Your baby is growing fast and you just have to keep up with the changing wardrobe. What fits them today may not fit them in a week’s time. As such, you’ll have to get new clothing pieces now and then. So, what do you do with outgrown clothes? You can donate them to a friend who’s expecting a baby soon, or create storage for them as a family member or friend may need them soon. You can use simple cardboard boxes for this purpose to free the little one’s wardrobe from pieces they aren’t using.

With these tips, you’ll have a neat nursery.