Does your house feel like a endless mess of baby clothes, accessories, kids’ shoes, and toys? We’ve been there; these cool baby accessory organization ideas can easily help cut the clutter! Many of these DIY baby clothes storage ideas are easy to make from recycled or re-purposed items too. Check out these fun clothing organization hacks!
Chic Hair Accessory Holder
Make a chic baby girl headband storage rack from re-purposed wood. You can customize it to match your style, and it’s an Eco-friendly storage space!
Unique Wood Baby Clothing Rack
How cute is this wooden branch clothing rack? It might be a little tricky to keep organized and pretty with an active toddler around, but it’s a darling idea.
Shoe Holder Cloth Diaper Storage
Clothing Storage Bins To Optimize Space
Storage bins are available in tons of styles, sizes and materials. Metal, cloth, and canvas storage bins are a great way to organize small baby accessories. They easily help utilize some of the open areas of your closet.
Bins in drawers is a good way to organize small items like underwear, socks, teethers, and hair accessories. Rolling up onesies helps keep them wrinkle free and maximizes drawer space. Shop on Amazon »
Cute Dresser Clothing Labels
Labeling your child’s dresser drawers is a whimsical and practical way to organize clothes. You can even paint the labels directly on the drawers with chalk paint!
Darling Dress Up Space
Turning a small arrmoire into a dress up wardrobe is a great way to keep dresses and accessories organized, and as your child gets older, they can play dress up and clean up afterwards!
Eco-Friendly Clothes Hangers
Go Green in your closest with Little Dundi recycled papercard clothes hangers. These colorful hangers replace standard plastic hangers with a high quality, Eco-friendly alternative. I received several styles for review and have been impressed with the durable construction of these hangers and the cheerful patterns printed with water-based inks!
Little Dundi offers a variety of Eco-friendly hangers, including a collection of patterns for boys, gender neutral designs, and cute flowers for girls. They also make cloud-inspired newborn hangers that are classic white and resemble a cloud in their design. The hangers I received have cute little monsters, airplanes, foxes, and a variety of train cars decorating the paperboard hanger surface. These hangers are free of chemicals and they’re make with Eco-friendly glues and inks.
Our plastic clothes hangers often snap and break in the closet, which is not the case with Little Dundi’s recycled hangers. The cardboard-like construction is actually more durable than plastic hangers. To maximize the life of these papercard hangers, keep them away from moisture and humidifiers; otherwise they will last a long time! They are sized to fit newborn to 5T clothes. I currently use them for my 3-month-old’s clothing and my 16-month-old’s dresses. They easily slip into the necklines of clothing items and grip the fabric just as well as standard hangers.
I love the little train cars and delicate flowers decorating Little Dundi Recycled Paperboard hangers. Little Dundi is even Eco-conscious in the manufacturing of their hangers, using chemical-free materials and vegetable starch based glues and water based inks.
Little Dundi hangers are slim to maximize your closet space. I don’t have a ton of clothes for my little guy, but they allow me to hang up his hoodies and sweaters, while taking up minimal space.
I use our pretty flower Little Dundi hangers to hang up dresses and jackets for my daughter. Clothes don’t easily slip off the hangers, thanks to the “grabby” cardboard edges.
Little Dundi hangers are Eco-friendly, beautifully designed and space saving because of their slim profile. They are non-slip, sturdy and durably constructed with recycled paperboard. Little Dundi hangers are designed to fit standard closet rods with a diameter of 1 1/4 inches or smaller, perfect for clothes sized 1T to 5T and beyond.
Check out these cute earth-friendly hangers, ideal for your own kids’ closets! They are an easy way to make your closets more Eco-friendly and classy.
What ideas have you discovered for organizing your kids and baby clothes? We hope you enjoy our kids clothing organization hacks!
Katie has been married for 9 years, has 3 young children, and loves creative projects, photography, decorating, and encouraging others to pursue their ideas. She loves the Lord and feels blessed to be a stay-at-home mom with opportunities to enjoy creative outlets from home.