Since I started writing this blog, I’ve come across so many beautiful nurseries and kids rooms. Each one is unique, individual and has been designed by the mama (or papa) in question with bags of creativity and love. So I thought I would start sharing some of my lovely finds. Today I’ve picked 3 simple nursery storage ideas that I love. These 3 ideas are for small storage and show how, with a little imagination, you can make a real feature of stuff that you would probably otherwise have to find a storage space for:
1. Inexpensive wire planters hung on a wall to store and display soft toys. It looks amazing, the toys can be seen and it adds real style to the room. This is the creation of a Texan mama called James (yes, a mama – see her blog for an explanation) who blogs at Blue Bird Vintage.
2. Vintage suitcases look super cool, you can often pick them up for pennies at a flea market and they make very useful storage boxes. I love how they’ve been used to keep the babies books tidy and besides looking chic, the books are easy to reach for little kids. This is part of a delightful room created by an Aussie mama who blogs at One Claire Day.*
3. Instead of a chunky wardrobe this is a wonderful and stylish way to store clothes. They look stunning hung on this rustic, minimal, eco-friendly hanger. Perfect for when space is tight but I would choose this even otherwise as it’s such a great feature for a room. I found this at a blog called French by Design.
P.S. If you’ve still got all your Christmas shopping to do (like me!) have a look at our Christmas gift guide… it might just help! x
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