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Quick and easy storage for baby’s toys and clothes

Quick and easy storage for baby’s toys and clothes

We know how tough it can be to keep baby’s nursery nice and tidy and clutter-free. For someone so tiny, your little one can accumulate so much that needs storage. There are all the toys and their mountain of clothes to contend with, not to mention essentials like nappies, wipes and creams.

Wardrobes and cabinets aren’t always an option, though, when you're limited on space and amount you have to spend, but the quick and easy storage solutions we’ve picked to show you here can work in even the smallest spaces, and can be more cost effective than buying items of furniture.

Shower curtain rings and clips for shoe storage

Babies can have so many shoes; from footwear for pottering around the house in to shoes for when they go outside. But where can you keep them without risking losing one of the pair? Well, we’ve spotted this innovative idea on Project Nursery.com which we think you should try at home: hanging your child’s pairs of shoes on shower curtain rings and clips. It’s a great way to keep shoes together and put the cute little shoes on display!

Buckets

Buckets are bang on-trend for children’s nurseries at the moment and they make fun and funky storage solutions as well as being visually appealing. The great thing about these as nursery accessories is their versatility. Their handles mean you can easily keep on them on the floor, or hanging them on the wall! Plus you can store items by category by labelling them, too!

Rods under Floating Shelves

No space for a wardrobe in baby’s nursery? Well, there’s no need to worry with this clever storage solution we found online. How about putting up rods under floating shelves for your child’s little dresses and trousers to hang on? This is a brilliant way to show off your son or daughter’s clothes!

Go collapsible

Here at UKMums.TV, we love Ikea as the Swedish home store is a great place to find quick and easy nursery storage solutions at reasonable prices, such as the Basket with Lid Flyttbar (£4.50). It’s a colourful freestanding basket and its top feature in our opinion is the fact it’s easily collapsible, just press together to save space. It’s easy to open and close for children, too!

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