So I have been obsessing over cloth diapers even before getting pregnant. I just think they are so darn cute! They make me all warm inside. Weird thing to say about a diaper, huh?
Since I have started collecting my own stash, I have been thinking more and more about how I want to store them. I absolutely love options that display them like artwork.
Here are 9 clever ways to store your cloth diapers:
1. HEMNES Dresser Changing Table
|HEMNES Dresser Changing Table with SKUBB Organizers (Image Source: Hellobee)|
2. RASKOG Portable Diaper Station
|RASKOG Utility Cart (Image Source: A Little Delightful)|
I really like the idea of having all the diaper changing toiletries in a cart that is moveable. I could see bringing this out into the living room when I am home all day with baby and just want to change him on our coffee table. Or moving it to the bedroom for diaper changes at night.
3. CD Tower Shelf
|GNEDBY Shelf Unit (Image Source: Making This Home Ours)|
It also houses a significant amount of diapers while maintaining a compact and tidy appearance. I counted 32 diapers in the picture and I am sure there are still a few more below the frame. I am collecting both pocket diapers and covers for prefolds/flats, so I could see storing even more diapers in this! Not sure if I would put the prefolds/flats on a shelf or put them somewhere else.
4. Changing Table Storage
|Changing Table (Image Source: delore @ DiaperSwappers)|
5. Shelves Above the Changing Table
|Shelves above the changing table (Source: User upload to Pinterest)|
6. Wire Baskets Above the Changing Table
|Wire Baskets from a Craft Store and Spray Painted (Image Source: Thrift Craft Love)|
|Wire Baskets from a Dollar Store (Image Source: User upload to Pinterest)|
7. Pegboard Diaper Changing Station
|Pegboard Over the Changing Station (Image Source: My Blissful Space)|
This kind of takes the wire baskets in #6 one step further. Pegboards are so popular for creating unique storage solutions for crafting, office spaces and, of course, the work bench. Why not implement in the nursery too?
It is almost too perfect for above the changing table. You can get shelves and baskets that fit into the pegboard holes. Put up your diapers, cloth wipes and other changing supplies. This gal framed her pegboard and painted it with a gray and white chevron pattern. Love all of her baby girls cute ribbons. Super cute!
8. Behind the Door Shoe Storage
|Shoe Storage for Baby Items (Image Source: Supermom vs Me)|
Her tiny nursery was originally the master bedroom walk in closet. My best friend actually converted her walk in closet to a nursery when her first child was born. I think it makes perfect sense for a nursery. Then your little one is super close without being really close.
9. Shelf Above the Washer/Dryer
|Washer and Dryer Changing Station (Image Source: Unknown)|
Granted, once baby is older and you need to dump the poo in the toilet, this won't be as much of a convenience. Our one and only bathroom is on the other side of the house and closest to the nursery. If your washer and dryer was located in a bathroom though, this would be a perfect changing station! It would also keep the stink out of the nursery and free up space in a small nursery.
Well there you have it! My cloth diaper storage ideas roundup. Don't you just love nesting eye candy?
Are you planning on cloth diapering? Or have you already cloth diapered a little one (or more)? Tell us how you setup (or want to setup) your changing station and how you stored your cloth diapers in the comments below!