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Keep Baby’s Stuff Tidy with These Organization Accessories

Storage bin with blocks in it, a headband organizer, and an over-the-door organizer with toys and diapers.
Pottery Barn/AROUY/Simple Housware

For something so tiny, babies sure do require a lot of stuff. From extra diapers and wipes, to shoes and all the clothes they’ve outgrown, their closet can quickly become a big mess. These home organization products will help keep you keep baby’s closet neat and organized.

There’s nothing worse than frantically searching mid-diaper change for that pack of wipes you know you have. Once everything’s in its place, though, you’ll be able to find them in less than a minute!

Lucy Darling Little Artist Closet Organization Set

colorful hanger organizers saying different ages
Lucy Darling

When putting away all of the brand new clothes you have for your little one, you’ll quickly find that hanging things up by size is key. This Lucy Darling Little Artist Closet Organization Set makes it easy to separate clothing by size and helps you locate exactly what you’re looking for.

They go from newborn to 2T, so they’re versatile and will be helpful through baby’s first two years of life. Plus, they’re a colorful and adorable addition to the closet, which is just a bonus.

Pacmaxi Over The Door Baby Shoe Organizer

gray shoe organizer holding baby shoes

Keep those tiny baby shoes in one place so that you don’t lose one (they’re so small that it happens all the time) with this Pacmaxi Over The Door Baby Shoe Organizer. It holds up to 12 pairs of shoes and is ideal for shoes sizes 6-12 months. Because it hangs over the door, it’s a great space saver.

This is also a nice way to keep your little one’s shoes in good condition … until they wear them outside, at least.

mDesign Hanging Storage Organizer

gray hanging organizer with baby toys, diapers, and clothes

A great way to maximize the space you have is to hang this mDesign Hanging Storage Organizer on your closet rack. It might take up some clothing space, but it adds so much more room in your closet.

This one was made with babies and kids in mind. It has 12 open compartments, four side pockets, and an elastic band that’s perfect for hanging bath towels or blankets. You can use this to store everything from clothing and shoes to bath products and toys. It’s sturdy, durable, and has a secure hook-and-loop closure.

Tenabort Foldable Drawer Organizers

soft gray drawer organizers in different sizes

If you have drawers or a dresser in the closet, these Tenabort Foldable Drawer Organizers are a must-have. Baby clothes and accessories are so small that it’s easy for carefully folded onesies to become a big messy pile really quickly. These drawer inserts keep everything in their place and make it easier to keep things neat.

This 12-piece set includes a variety of different-sized inserts, and when you don’t need them, they fold flat for easy storage. These are great for closet drawers.

Hiccapop Hanging Diaper Organizer

gray diaper caddy with diapers, wipes, and creams

Your little one’s changing station requires more than just a few diapers and a package of wipes: There’s always a variety of creams, extra items, lotions, etc. This Hiccapop Hanging Diaper Organizer was made with a changing table in mind, but it can easily be hung up in the baby’s closet as well.

It can hold up to 72 diapers, has six little shelves to hold a variety of items, and two pockets to stash small toys or things like a thermometer or nail clippers. You can hang it from the closet rod or attach it to a wall or the back of the door.

Simple Houseware Over Door Pocket Organizer

gray over the door organizer hanging on closet door with diapers and toys
Simple Houseware

I recently purchased this Simple Houseware Over Door Pocket Organizer for my toddler’s closet, and it’s been a total game changer. It took about five minutes to put it together, hangs easily over the door, and feels sturdy and durable. It even holds heavy lotion bottles without sagging.

There are six large pockets that store a ton of stuff, and the clear “window” on the front allows you to see exactly what’s in each pocket at a glance.

Zober Kids Velvet Hangers

small black hangers sitting on a white box

Baby clothes are super tiny, which means you can’t use normal-sized hangers. These Zober Kids Velvet Baby Hangers are the perfect size for newborn and toddler clothes.

The velvet not only looks nice, but keeps clothes from sliding off when you’re sliding through them. There are also precise notches on the hangers to keep slim straps more securely in place. Their thin design also means they don’t take up a lot of space.

Pottery Barn Slub Cotton Storage Bin

beige storage bin holding stuffed giraffe and blanket
Pottery Barn

Storage bins to sit on the shelves in a closet are the perfect way to get organized. You can have one for swaddles and blankets, one for socks, one for hats, another for towels, and another for bibs and pacifiers. They make it so easy to keep everything looking neat and nice.

These Pottery Barn Slub Cotton Storage Bins are a great choice. Made of soft, but sturdy, cotton, they have leather handles that make it super easy to grab one off the shelf. The neutral shade matches pretty much everything, and they’re deep enough to hold a lot of stuff.

AROUY Headband Holder

pink headband holder with colorful headbands

If you have a baby girl and love to dress them up with headbands and bows, then you know that the storage struggle can be real. This AROUY Headband Holder keeps everything neat and tidy but also shows off the adorable selection you’ve accumulated.

There are 10 detachable bands and 18 snap holders to hold a ton of accessories (the smaller they are, the more you’ll be able to store there). It’s cute to look at, and you can easily hang it from the wall or behind the door.

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Jessica Booth is a freelance writer for LifeSavvy. She has been working in the editorial world as a freelance writer for over two years and previously worked as an editor for over eight years.  Jessica writes about travel, beauty, wellness, health, food, home decor, and parenting, and has reviewed and tested out products for all of those verticals over the course of her career. Read Full Bio »
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