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Nursery Organization

Here's everything we used to organize our nursery before baby boy's arrival!


In the nursery we have 2 dressers, one in his room which is doubling as the changing table and one in his closet. Since his closet is pretty small (only has 2 hanging rods) we felt like adding in an additional dresser would be helpful for storing overstock items + clothes for him to grow into.

For both dresser drawers, we used these Diommell Foldable Cloth Storage Boxes from Amazon. They come in tons of different colors and dimensions but these were the 3 different sizes we ordered to use in the color beige-

  • 5.5"D x 4.7"W x 5.5"H

  • 5.5"D x 4.7"W x 11"H

  • 11"D x 4.7"W x 11"H

You can either buy a variety pack of sizes or one specific size depending on what you need. Based on the dresser drawers we have in the nursery + the items we were organizing, we ended up purchasing one Diommell Foldable Cloth Storage Boxes Variety Pack and one Diommell Foldable Cloth Storage Boxes in size 5.5"D x 4.7"W x 11"H.

These cloth storage boxes were the perfect thing to organize all of our baby boy's little clothes, accessories, teethers/pacis, and so much more. Also, in the dresser in his closet, we added in a couple of packs of these clear expandable drawer dividers from the Container Store to keep the overstock diapers and wipes neatly stacked and easy to grab.

Of course no organization job is complete without some labeling! So I pulled out my handy dandy P-Touch Label Maker to make all of the labels for the dresser drawers. For both the closet dresser + the changing table dresser, I went with thin clear label tape with black writing in the font Avenir Next. Using the P-Touch Label Maker is so simple which makes those finishing touches all that more satisfying. All you have to do is download the app, select the button to "create your own label," and then choose away! From different fonts, to tape color, and width there are so many ways to customize your labels to be exactly what you want.


In his closet, we had 2 hanging rods, one on each side of the closet door. Since most of his clothes were onesies we decided to utilize the dresser drawers more and leave the hanging rods for his nicer outfits/bigger clothes. We didn't have a ton of clothes that fell into this category but for the ones we did, we used these Finnhomy Non-Slip Clothes Hangers from Amazon. These hangers come in a pack of 30 with 10 pant hanger clips. To help keep everything organized + sorted by size, we registered for these Beautiful Wooden Baby Closet Dividers also from Amazon. These hanger dividers come in a pack of 7 which are labeled in the following size ranges-

  • newborn

  • 0-3 months

  • 3-6 months

  • 6-9 months

  • 9-12 months

  • 12-18 months

  • 18-24 months

Hope this helps any mommas-to-be when it comes to sorting & organizing your sweet babe's clothes!


The Stegalls

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