6 Clever Nursery Room Organizers Every New Parent Needs

Baby playing with toys

It might seem like thousands of tiny baby toys, clothes, books, and accessories are ruling your household, but that doesn't mean your home has to feel like a chaotic black hole of endless stuff. We've rounded up the best nursery room storage hacks to make sleep, play, and laundry time so much easier.

Gray canvas underbed storage bin from Amazon photo

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Under Crib Storage Bin

When it comes to storing the heaps of tiny (yet adorable) baby items, you need to utilize every square inch that you can. Enter this sneaky under crib storage bin. Made with durable materials and easy-to-grab handles, this low-profile storage container is a no-brainer. It's perfect for storing seasonal clothing, bedding, and baby toys, as well as items you'd like to keep tucked away but won't reach for every day.

To buy: $24; amazon.com

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White toy storage shelves from Overstock photo

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Storage Shelves

Play time is a whirlwind of excitement and storytelling—as it should be—but toys have a tendency to never land in the same place twice. This shelving system is the solution to all those scattered toys by creating a dedicated space for every item big and small. The bottom shelf is the perfect shape to hold large items like dolls and stuffed animals that can be immediately grabbed and cuddled without the need for digging, while the middle shelves are ideal for containing small, loose items; removable baskets are included.

To buy: $165; overstock.com

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Gray woven wool storage basket from Pottery Barn Kids photo

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Woven Storage Basket

Even when you think you have all the storage you need for your child's belongings, it just doesn't seem to be enough. Tie your whole room together with these cozy woven baskets. Filled with bonus organization, like interior pockets for baby accessories, these bohemian-style baskets can store chunky blankets and large toys alike. Whether you get the small or large size (or both), this charming woven bin will follow your kiddos well beyond their nursery years.

To buy: from $44 (was from $59); potterybarnkids.com

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Drawer dividers from BuyBuy Baby photo

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Drawer Dividers

Few things are more adorable than baby clothes (actual babies come to mind), and though they're cute, mini pants and teeny-tiny socks can be surprisingly difficult to organize. We've found a way to make changing your baby as easy as possible and laundry day a little more enjoyable with these drawer dividers. The ingenious removable sections are designed to store little onesies, socks, and accessories so you can always see all your options before getting your minime ready for the day.

To buy: $16; buybuybaby.com

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Wooden wall bookshelves from Amazon photo

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Wooden Floating Bookshelves

Display your child's story books with pride using these floating wall bookshelves. Storing baby books in a regular bookshelf is fine, but that space could be better used for toys and clothes. Why not showcase your books up high where they can be admired, plus you'll never have to worry about them falling because of the functional rail attachment.

To buy: $31 for set of two; amazon.com

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Gray canvas over the door closet organizer from Amazon photo

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Over the Door Closet Organizer

Maximize your storage options with this clever hanging closet organizer. Whether you're storing bath items, shoes, and accessories, or you just need somewhere to stash heaps of diapers, this organizer has you covered. The transparent sections (so nothing gets lost) and various sizes allow you to easily stow away and take stock of your most-reached-for baby items.

To buy: $17; amazon.com

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