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15 Space Saving Storage Solutions For Nurseries

Your little one is sure to make a mess with all their toys, lego and nappies. Take a look at these easy storage ideas to keep your nursery clutter free.
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Set of Three Pink Baskets, £45, JoJo Maman Bebe

These cute baskets are perfect for storing all your little ones toys.
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Wheeled Basket, £30, Mamas & Papas

Your toddler can wheel all their playthings around in this cute basket.
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Toy Bag, £24.95, Mamas & Papas

The perfect accessory to keep your child’s toys in one place.
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Storage Draws, £116, Ikea

These colourful storage draws can be personalised to suit any bedroom!
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Market Stall Bookshelf, £120, Vertbaudet

Full of compartments where your little one can store all their bits and bobs. The bottom compartments wheel out for easy access as well.
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Coat stand, £33, Vertbaudet

Hang your baby’s outdoor wear on this cloud coat stand.
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Nappy Stacker, £18, John Lewis

With it’s sweet farmyard design this nappy stacker will keep you organised and stylish.
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Skip Hop Owl Hamper, £20, John Lewis

This friendly face should make tidying up the nursery a little more fun.
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Circus Clothes Rack, £25, John Lewis

Go to the circus with this fun clothes hanger.
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Storage Tubs, £14, George at Asda

These toy buckets are great for storing stray bits of lego so you don’t stand on them!
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Daisy Bin Storage, £39, Tesco

A cute and practical storage solution ideal for books, games and even clothes.
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Toy Box, £119, Tesco

A traditional toy box padded with thick foam for a quick and an easy toy hiding place.
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JCB Storage Box, £39, Tesco

This super fun skip storage box assembles with no glue, screws, or fixings. The perfect way to keep your child’s bedroom clutter free.
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Wall Organiser, £29, Dotty Hippo

A great solution for keeping organised. With three large pockets you can store nappies, art supplies or toys.
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Quilted Toy Bag, £37.99, Argos

Perfect to keep in the corner of a room to quickly tidy up when you are in a rush.
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