Best Nursery Storage of 2019

Best Nursery Storage of 2019

July 16, 2019

Best Nursery Storage of 2019

Best Nursery Storage of 2019
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It’s amazing how such tiny people come with so much stuff!

Once your little one arrives, trying to keep their room in order will become a project in and of itself. Luckily, with the right storage pieces for all those toys, books and stuffies, tidying the room can be a quick job. Even though they’re practical, shelving, storage bins and bookcases don’t have to be boring. Well-designed pieces like our picks below keep everything neatly in place and can add character too!

Stackable Storage Bins

This classic market bin fron Pottery Barn Kids is both practical and well designed. Its slanted front keeps toys, books or clothing in place, so even if it gets overstuffed, things won’t topple out. The timeless look and color selection will work for any nursery theme.

Additional Specs
Dimensions Single Market Bin: 17” x 17” x 12”; Double Market Bin: 32” x 17” x 13.5”
Material Solid wood

Animal-Themed Bins

A perfect mix of cute and functional, this 3 Sprouts cotton bin is great for holding toys, stuffed animals or blankets. The bins come in a variety of sizes and are perfect to use as drawers on cube-style shelves (see Ikea Kallax below). Choose from any of the charming animal designs—unicorn, hedgehog, sheep, rhino, owl or dragon. 3 Sprouts also makes other cute storage solution items, including a hamper, a toy chest and a book rack.

Additional Specs
Dimensions 13” x 13” x 13”
Material 100-percent polyester

Open-Style Bookcase

An updated twist on their more traditional Hudson Cubby bookcase, this open-shelf version from Babyletto keeps things visually lighter. The removable pastel dots add the sweetest touch of color, and the three shelves are at a kid-friendly height.

Additional Specs
Dimensions 51” x 14” x 42”
Material Sustainable New Zealand pine, solid poplar and Carb II compliant MDF

Mix and Match Bins

You can mix and match sizes and coordinating patterns with these adorable canvas bins from Petit Pehr. The large size is perfect for big stuffed animals, dress up clothes or to use as a hamper, while the smaller pint and medium-sized bin are great to use in cube shelves or to hold smaller toys. All the patterns are colorful, gender neutral and super cute.

Additional Specs
Dimensions 18” x 20”
Material 100% cotton canvas

A Quirky Bookcase

This fun Babyletto bookcase will bring the perfect amount of whimsy and character to your child’s nursery. The shelves can hold anything from books to toys, while adding playful charm to your baby’s space. The shelf comes in both white and grey and easily attaches to the wall.

Additional Specs
Dimensions 6” x 40.75” x 50.37”
Material Natural wood with a high-gloss, low-VOC lacquer finish

Budget-Friendly Shelving

These cube shelves are a great multi-purpose addition to your nursery or playroom. They come in a variety of finishes—white, brown, turquoise, gray and birch—so they’ll match any style décor, as well as a wide variety of sizes. Add cute cubes to them to keep clutter out of site, or use the cubbies to display books or other items.

Additional Specs
Dimensions Shelf unit shown here: 30.37” x 30.37”
Material Particleboard, fiberboard, acrylic paint

Modern Bookcase

The popular Addison bookcase is a kid-friendly take on the Crate & Barrel best-selling Sawyer bookshelf. The leaning design takes up less floor space and secures safely to the wall. Fill the bins with toys, arts and craft supplies and stuffed animals to create the perfect play zone in your nursery. It also comes in wood and charcoal, and there’s a leaning desk that attaches to the bookcase for older kids.

Additional Specs
Dimensions 18” x 14” x 54.5”
Material Solid mahogany with low-emission engineered wood

Best Drawer Organizer

OK, let’s be honest: A drawer organizer isn’t the sexiest purchase. But trust us, you’ll be pumped once you see how it problem-solves your drawers (take that, Marie Kondo!). The easy-to-insert dividers create compartments in whatever size you need to keep small things neatly in place, like tiny bodysuits, pants, baby socks and burp cloths.

Additional Specs
Dimensions 4” tall and expands from 11” to 17” as needed
Material Plastic

Portable Diaper Storage

When it comes to baby’s nursery, efficiency is the name of the game, and this diaper caddy delivers. The basket design is simple, so it matches any decor. And it has a touch-sensitive light built in to the handle so you can see your things at night. Use the caddy to hold diapers, wipes and creams while your baby is little. When your child gets older, remove the modular divider to turn it into a toy basket.

Additional Specs
Dimensions 15” x 9.5” x 8.5”
Material Polyester

A Cute Closet Organizer

If there’s one spot in the nursery that gets the least amount of love, it has to be the closet. These dividers from Lucy Darling not only look cute, they also keep baby’s closet organized with clothes hung and ordered by size. This way you’ll be able to quickly grab the next size up when you need it.

Additional Specs
Dimentions 5.5” x 8.5”
Material Paper (similar to a thick cardboard) and soy-based inks

Stylish Baskets

For a sophisticated approach to storage, try these 100% cotton baskets from Lorena Canals. They’re great for tucking way clothing, blankets and stuffed animals. Plus, they come in a variety of sizes and designs—not as kid-centered as others on the market—so you’re bound to find the one that fits your home’s style.

Additional Specs
Dimensions 1’ x 1’ 6” x 1’ 6”
Material 100% cotton
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