Decorating the nursery is the most exciting part of parenting (I’m just kidding). And those adorable stuffed animals and old rocking chairs are fantastic, but when it comes to functionality, storage can’t be overlooked. After all, it’s where you hide the essentials so you can focus on beautiful things. So read on for seventeen smart and smart ideas about nursery storage and organizational advice. Real estate property
1 Reuse an old chest of drawers
If you have a limited budget, don’t waste new items. Use only something you already have! In this space, Emily Henderson has transformed an existing dresser into a changing table by placing a mat to change it. This way, you will also have three drawers of storage space.
2 Hide things under a cradle with a skirt
Since the room is totally free of clutter, we can focus on the most beautiful parts. Contained by gold leaf borders, the flowers that climb the walls of the room of the fledgling daughter of designer Marie Flanigan are actually wall backgrounds. You can be creative by hiding things in a thin container under the crib if you have a skirt to keep it out of sight.
3 Choose furniture for timeless storage
Storage is something you know you will always need, so choose something that lasts and ages with your baby. In the bedroom designed by Tasmin Johnson, timeless pieces, such as the pouf and the set of chairs, framed photographs and the traditional chest of drawers, give the room a refined touch that will age well. To balance it, he chose an extravagant pendant lamp.
4 Make sure nothing can fall
Childproof, its floating shelves with a horizontal bar that prevents things from falling. In this elegant Californian nursery at A House in the Hills, floating shelves enliven the bright white wall.
5 toys that work as storage
In this adorable nursery designed by Chango & Co, the lucita shelf has the shape of a dollhouse. There are so many fun options that can transform even something ordinary (in this case, a bookcase) into something exciting and stimulating.
6. Keep easily accessible blankets and towels with an etagere, ladder or towel warmer. In this nursery designed by Cameron Ruppert Interiors, the wooden towel rack adds a classic touch, giving beautiful blankets more time to shine outdoors.
7 Use an Etagere
The floating shelves are fantastic, but you may not want to remove the power tools. Instead, opt for an etagere with plenty of shelf space for books, artwork and baskets. We love this rounded silhouette in a space designed by Chango & Co.