So, a beautiful new member has come to your family?
Well, congratulations on your little bundle of happiness! But, keeping aside the joy, we also understand that you must’ve been busy reorganizing your home to make it more child-friendly.
So, if you find yourself buried under a pile of small clothes, baby diapers, wipes, and toys, it’s time to get organized! The following baby cloth organizing tips and ideas will help you save your time, efforts, and money while making your home look tidier.
1. Time to Get a New Closet!
You need more space for your baby’s garments and so it’s better if you get a new closet just before your baby‘s arrival; otherwise, you won’t be able to handle the ever-growing wardrobe of your little champ!
It’s a brilliant idea to get a closet having dividers to separate different categories of baby garments. You can sort them as per size, type, utility, and even season.
For instance, you can use different drawers to store baby diapers, socks, baby wipes, and so on. And you can use the hangers for your kid’s clothes, such as shirts, dresses, bottoms, and so on. You can use the vertical storage spaces to store blankets, towels, baby skincare products, toys, and even diapers and wipes.
2. Get Hanging Baskets
While dividers in your closet are useful, adding a few hanging baskets or plastic crates will help organize your baby’s clothes. You can easily get a few small-to-large-sized baskets and some clips or hooks at any departmental store.
These basket storage racks come in handy to store the everyday essentials that you need all the time, including natural baby wipes, diapers, socks, hair bows, tights, towels, and so on. You can also use the large ones to store washed shoes and toys. In case you want some added storage, attach these baskets to the closet doors or hang them with the racks using hooks.
3. Label Your Drawers
Try storing different types of garments in separate drawers or sections, and mark them using labels. You can use chalkboard drawers for labeling your drawers with images of cartoons, fruits, vegetables, and so on.
For instance, you can name your drawers as “Socks,” “Onesies,” “Pyjamas,” “Shoes,” “Pants,” “Shorts,” “Frocks,” “T-shirts,” and “Diapers,”. It will help you reach the required items easily without searching for them all over your place.
4. Try Space-Saving Wheeled Trolleys
Wheeled trolleys are always helpful in storing daily essentials, and the best thing about them is that you can carry them around. You can store a pack of baby diapers and natural baby wipes so that you can get them easily whenever you need to replace your kid’s soiled diapers.
5. Attach a Second Rail
You can extend the space of your closet by adding a second rail underneath or in between the existing rails. Since baby clothes won’t take up as much space as adult garments, adding an extra rail can let you store your kid’s clothes and essentials.
6. Use Laundry Bags or Cast-Off Bins
Mesh laundry bags or cast-off baskets are useful in storing baby socks, towels, bibs, and others. These are the things that disappear faster than any other clothing. Mesh laundry bags are a savior here, and you won’t ever lose the tiniest sock in the house!
7. Use Shoe Organizers
Shoe organizers are the best option to store your little one’s shoes, bibs, onesies, socks, and even baby diapers. These are quite pocket-friendly and are great space-savers!
You can simply install a suspension rod in your closet and hang the essentials using curtain rings. Those little shoes will also look so adorable if you hang them in pairs!
Organizing an ideal house for your little toddler can be a challenge! However, we’re sure you won’t fall short of space for storing and organizing their clothes with the listed suggestions.
Remember, while reorganizing your home can be a challenge, it will all be worth it!