One of the things I was most excited about when I found out I was pregnant with baby Sage was tackling the nursery! For all the mamas out there, you know exactly what I mean when you’re deep into nesting mode. I wanted her room to be perfect, and if you know me, you know I love to stay organized! I’m a huge fan of using different organizational products to make sure everything has its own place, but I definitely knew I needed to research and find some tips that other mamas found helpful while coming up with a system that would work for us!
So, I thought I’d pull together a blog post of some of the most helpful tips I found while researching to share them with all of you! There’s always room to make a system that works best for you and your family, but these tips were my guiding light when finding a system that worked for me. Let me know in the comments below if you have any other tips!
This tip is amazing for finding storage space you wouldn’t normally think of using! I’m thinking I’ll probably use the under crib space for Sage’s off-season clothing so we can swap out her closet for clothes she’s using daily.
This was such a great tip for us! The room we were working with wasn’t big enough for a dresser and changing table, so utilizing most of our space, we ended up just using the top of her dresser as her changing station! Perfect for extra storage and space to store supplies.
Drawer organizers were a must for us. I love opening her drawers and seeing everything perfectly organized and in its place! It makes it way easier to find what you’re looking for in a pinch, and looks so organized!
If you’re a fan of organizing, you know that bins are an absolute must for everything! I love using these for the miscellaneous things that we might not be using all the time but eventually reach for! Bonus points for finding a chic basket or bin that blends in with your decor! Pro tip: add a label, so you know exactly what is in each bin.
When dealing with a newborn, you never know when you need to make a quick change in the house! We learned that having an “essentials” basket that we can leave in the living room or anywhere is great for the stuff you reach for most frequently and makes life way easier!