Shopping for a new outfit is always an enjoyable experience, and it’s even more exciting when you’re looking for cute clothes for your new bundle of joy. However, it’s an entirely different feeling when it comes to organising their wardrobe and drawers.
Regardless of how tiny they are, those cute clothes somehow always end up looking like a mess whether you fold them or hang them. Not to worry, though. Here’s how you can organise those baby clothes in a practical and easily accessible way.
Baby clothes storage ideas
Just like your own wardrobe, it’s important to give everything a proper place when it comes to organising your little one’s clothes. That way, whenever you reach for a new onesie, tee or pair of bloomers, you’ll know exactly where to find it and in no time at all.
Avoid the clutter and chaos by following our baby clothes organising tips.
- Hang your clothes and separate months and sizes with a closet divider. This is a simple baby clothes organiser DIY: cut cardstock or thick cardboard into a round shape, with a hole in the middle that is wide enough for the closet rod. Write each stage on the top of each circle, from newborn to 0-3 months, 6 months, etc. just like you see in a department store. This type of storage is especially helpful when your little one is different sizes on top and bottom, as you can just reach for what you need with a single glance.
- Roll those little t-shirts into a snug fit. Simply fold the tees in half on a flat surface, and then start with one end and roll it up as tightly as you can. Place in drawers neatly.
- Speaking of drawers, label each section with chalkboard paint (another baby clothes organiser DIY hack) for visual cues on where the clothes are to be kept. For example, write “pyjamas” on one drawer, and “t-shirts” on another, and so on. This set of drawers can even extend into their childhood.
- Alternatively, you can put onesies, bibs, diapers and other accessories into a hanging door shoe organiser. The see-through compartments make it easy to see each style. You can even save space and pair two or three together.
- Use clothesline pegs to hang little headbands and hairbows onto a board with chicken wire.
- Between each wash, keep small items like socks and bibs (that are likely to disappear) in a laundry bag.
- Finally, have a cast-off bin inside your cupboards. This will be especially useful when your little one has outgrown some clothes, and you don’t want to spend time on a trying-on session.
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