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Stay On Top of Baby’s Wardrobe With These Simple Tips
They may be tiny, but baby clothes can be a lot of trouble. With so many little things to keep track of, it’s easy to misplace what you need when you need it. Staying on top of what fits and what doesn’t can be a nightmare, especially in those early months when baby seems to outgrow everything between loads of laundry.
If you're drowning in a sea of miniature socks and outgrown onesie it's time to get organized. Whether tried and true or new and life-changing, these clever hacks and parent-approved tips for organizing baby clothes will put you and your little one on the right track, saving you time, money, and a smidgen of sanity along the way. No more missing shoes. No more one-handed dresser diving and tear-filled trying on sessions. No more chaos.Continue to 2 of 18 below.
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Need more room for your tiny fashionista’s growing wardrobe? Installing a second rail in your little one’s closet is an easy and practical way to double your hanging space.
A second rail also allows room for built-in vertical storage space, which leaves plenty of space to store diapers, toys, and extra receiving blankets.Continue to 3 of 18 below.
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Overwhelmed with new baby clothes and hand-me-downs from friends and well-wishers? Divide and conquer. Sort those tiny treasures by size and type, and keep everything separate with some hanging size-tags.Continue to 4 of 18 below.
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Instead of spending money of expensive clip hangers for your kiddo’s closet, hit the dollar store for a pack on clothespins, and keep those adorable two-piece outfits together.Continue to 5 of 18 below.
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Vertical Door Storage
Short on storage space? Go vertical. This clever nursery-organizing tip, featured on Oh Joy, makes the most of an otherwise unused space by mounting a vertical, track-based storage system to the back of the closet door. It’s the perfect way to stash all of your baby’s adorable socks, tights, hair bows, and diaper covers while keeping everything up front and on hand.Continue to 7 of 18 below.
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Shoe Organizer Storage HackContinue to 8 of 18 below.
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IKEA Closet Hack
If you are looking for a cheap and easy way to update your little one’s closet, look no farther than your local IKEA.
This cute polka-dotted closet space, featured on Project Nursery, uses IKEA’s classic KALLAX shelf unit as a basis for a simple double-railed closet system. Don’t have a dedicated closet space? Create one by mounting two rails between this elegant shelving unit and the wall.Continue to 9 of 18 below.
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Baby Shoe RailContinue to 10 of 18 below.
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Chalkboard DresserContinue to 11 of 18 below.
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DIY Drawer Dividers
Why spend money on pricy drawer dividers when you can DIY your own for a fraction of the cost?
These simple dividers, devised by mother-of-two and on-the-move military spouse Meagan of The Homes I Have Made, take just minutes to make using spare cardboard and some pretty contact paper. A foam core board upgrade can provide something even sturdier.Continue to 12 of 18 below.
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Space-Saving Rollaway Trolley
This beautiful blue IKEA trolley cart, featured on Glitter Guide, makes for a perfect, portable dressing station, providing a great alternative to a bulky dresser. Just set this space-saving beauty next to your changing table, and you’ll have everything you need to dress baby right at your fingertips.
Sharing your space with baby for the first few months? Wheel this rolling wardrobe/diaper caddy into your bedroom, and save yourself a hike to the nursery every time you need to change a diaper or grab a clean onesie.Continue to 13 of 18 below.
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Get the Hook-Up
Looking for an unconventional way to maximize your storage? For a little piece of hardware, a hook can hold a whole lot.
This set of soft-knit baskets, suspended over a changing table by a pair of handy hooks, keeps diapers and accessories right where mama-blogger Aimee of My Pink Life needs them the most. Need even more room? Try hooking up a row of canvas bags for storing toys, blankets and other nursery essentials.Continue to 15 of 18 below.
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DIY Fabric-Covered Storage Box
Can’t afford to buy those adorable (and outrageously priced) fabric-covered storage bins? Keep your money and make your own.
These polka-dotted beauties, featured on I H.art Organizing, started life as a pair of run-of-the-mill cardboard boxes. A few scraps of fabric and a little hot glue and boom—chic new clothing storage bins.Continue to 16 of 18 below.
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Hair Bow Hang-UpContinue to 17 of 18 below.
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Sock KeeperContinue to 18 of 18 below.
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When planning your closet, be sure to leave space for a dedicated cast-off bin. Having an accessible, pre-assigned place for outgrown items will prevent them from creeping back into baby's closet, saving you the hassle of an extra trying-on session. An easy, five-step system.can help you store and organize your baby's outgrown clothes.