One of my first priorities when designing a space is function. Of course the aesthetics will come, but function is the key. I also love to maximize my organization. One of the DIY project ideas I have used in all of my nurseries is adding a peg rail to the side of the dresser or changing table. It’s a great place to hang towels, bibs or a diaper stacker. Plus, for a few dollars, you can easily add more function to an existing piece.
Here are a few more ideas I stumbled upon that I thought you would enjoy. First up, this darling idea is to hang baskets on the wall for storage. I found this picture in the project gallery.
How about this tiered basket storage? Brilliant! Take a tiered kitchen basket and re-purpose it in the nursery as the perfect spot to stash washcloths, burp cloths and lotions.
Have you ever thought about adding a peg board to your nursery? Take a look at this nursery pegboard idea. Paint a piece of peg board, add some hooks and baskets, and there you go—diapers and wipes at the ready during those frantic I-need-a-diaper-now moments.
Do you have a fabulous nursery organization DIY you want to share? Comment below and add your project to the gallery!