Of course a closet is the most obvious place to store baby’s clothes and other necessities, but there are plenty of amazing solutions in our gallery for organization in nurseries without closets. Try an extra large dresser or armoire with lots of drawers fit with bins, baskets and dividers so you can organize to your heart’s content. Or how about a stylish freestanding clothing rack paired with sleek hangers? If you’re feeling crafty, convert a bookshelf into a makeshift closet by adding a rod to hang clothes. You could even add a rod or a branch—an idea we adore—to the bottom of a floating shelf for a solution that’s equal parts functional and pretty. I mean, those teeny tiny outfits are so stinking cute that they should be on display, don’t you think?
Pinks, Golds and Neutrals in this Baby Girl Nursery by rachellynphotography
Mila’s Gold and Peach Nursery by Mary Louise DeCrescenzio
Livi’s Navy and Coral Nursery by meethaha
Classic Baby Boy Nursery by Rulene Mare
Mid-Danish Pop by cozylittlecave
ABCs of a Stylish Nursery by trenna travis design studio
Emily’s Artsy Traditional Nursery by Carolyn
Zoe’s Modern Nursery by mscott218
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