We are often inspired to get more organized at the start of the new year, but sometimes it feels overwhelming to actually get started. Tackling your nursery closet organization is an easy way to jump-start your aspirations of the new and organized you. Not only can you be inspired by the nursery closet inspiration in the slideshow above (we’re talking wow-worthy nursery closets), but we also pulled in the experts for you. Lisa Adams, of LA Closet Design, knows her way around a small space and knows how to maximize it to store every last itty bitty piece of baby clothing. While not all of our babies have huge closets or extensive wardrobes, I think you’ll find her tips will help you use whatever space you have more efficiently. Thank you, Lisa, for sharing with us.
Nursery Closet Organization Tips from Lisa Adams:
- Incorporate a custom changing table if you have the space.
- Use drawer inserts for baby products (combs, towels, diapers, etc.) and fun cut-outs for lotions and creams.
- Incorporate storage for toys to keep them tidy.
- Use playful accents (hardware) that can easily be swapped later to transition with your child.
- Use a high-gloss finish that is durable and easy to wipe clean.
- Create separate hanging sections to organize your infant’s clothes by age, as babies are growing into new clothes all the time.
- Incorporate cute hangers that fit the decor (and size of the clothing). This is another easy thing to swap/transition for a different look as your child grows.
- Have a surface for the diaper bag and changing out necessities when you’re heading out the door.