Having the diaper station all organized and ready is one of the final steps to preparing the nursery for a new baby. All the diapers lined up and little sleepers ready to keep your little one all comfortable and sweet.
Your diaper changing station is command central for all your baby essentials. It not only has to be pretty but needs to be functional too. Pretty quickly you find out that keeping the diapers in a drawer just doesn’t work when you have a diaper blow out or a little boy who has decided the cool air when opening his diaper has made him need to “go” now. Everything needs to be accessed with one hand.
I love seeing how others organize their nursery. There are always new ways that I have never seen before to organize lotions, diapers, clothing and socks.
Here Are My 9 Most Inspirational & Organized Changing Tables
1.I love how this table is integrated into the closet. The diaper hanger on the side is convenient and even the mirror in the back can be entertaining for the baby in a few months.
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2. If you have a lot of cloth diapers this is a fun way to store them. These mini cubes can be used for a lot of items. They are easily accessible and bring some fun color to the room.
3. This peg board is adorable and can easily be adjusted to store all sorts of things. This can even be used for toys when you no longer need diapers. I love when furniture and decorations can grow with our kids.
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4. Another peg board but I also love the wire 3 tier stand on the side to store blankets and clothes.
5. From the baskets hanging from the rod to the dresser with tons of drawers, I love it all.
6. Check out this perfectly organized drawer. Makes me want to purchase containers right now and redo a ton of drawers in my house. Here is a set of organizers I found on Amazon.
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7. Another peg board and I also love the wire baskets on the bottom shelf.
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8. These IKEA carts are so perfect for keeping diapers, wipes, lotions and cotton swabs all easily accessible.
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9. I want one of these 3 tier racks. We have so many hair bows and socks that it is great to keep them accessible. I love the shoes within easy reach too.
All of these diaper changing stations are so inspiring. I want to jump right into my kids rooms and start purging and organizing.
For other organizing ideas:
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robin Rue says
Now I feel inadequate LOL. I had a changing table area, but it was nothing in comparison to these beautiful ones. Wow.
Joanna @ Everyday Made Fresh says
Those are some awesome changing table areas. I love the cloth diaper set up. That made my OCD so happy! I had a changing table with my first born, and never used it, except a few times. I normally just changed her where ever we were. It was a pain to run back to her room to change every time.With my second, I set up a changing basket to have in the main part of the house, where we spent most of our time. It worked out far better. It’s one of those things that I recommend to friends who “have to have” a changing table. I tell them to cut costs, cut it out of the list, because it’s one of the least used items. But these are all great setups for those who want a changing table.
It shows that what works for some doesn’t work for others because I loved my changing table but I put one upstairs and one downstairs so it was always super close. 🙂 I can totally see why some people don’t use them if they aren’t super close to the table at all times. I love the cloth diaper set up too…so colorful!
Jessi Joachim says
Those are too cute! I really love the pegboard. I have a changing table from when I had my first, but I never took it out of the attic with my second.
Cecilia Cannon says
I am out of the changing table years but happy to report we never really bought a “changing table” but like theses great ideas above, used a vintage dresser that is now her dresser.
I had regular changing tables for my older boys and then a dresser/changing table for my youngest and liked that too.
We didn’t do nurseries or changing tables with our girls, but these are so cute and such great storage ideas I might have to implement them if we are blessed with more babies ☺️
Terri Steffes says
Those are all so adorable. I love the organization and I laugh a little bit, knowing how hectic it will be and how low on the list organizing will be! 🙂
A friend of mine gave us her old crib and changing table when our youngest was born. Had a lovely little storage area underneath and a cushy changing pad. I think we used it once, lol.
Christina Shoemaker says
Oh my goodness these are such cute ideas! I especially love the one in the closet! And the idea of shelving & a clothing rack above a changing table in the nursery is such a fun use of the space! Wish I’d seen these when my kids were smaller!
Yes, I wish I had used more shelves above the table. All my baskets were underneath.
These are so adorable! We didn’t have space for a changing table, so we put a changing pad on our dryer in the bathroom. I definitely love the cloth diaper storage! I was just trying to store everything in drawers in our bedroom…not so easy!
Such a great idea to use the dryer! Love that.
Those are some amazing changing table set ups! Very clever! i am past my changing table era, but I was very happy to have my changing station that held all of the supplies needed. I love the baseball glove on the peg board! Cute!
Me too. Decorative and organized.
Anna nuttall says
My neighbor is having a baby so i must show her this post. This is soo sweet. xx
These are such cute ideas! I like making the baby area extra organized to help make sense of the chaos that will ensue when you have kids!
This post comes at perfect timing! I need a new changing table. We bought ours from South Shore furniture and it’s not sturdy at all. I’m bookmarking this!
So glad it is good timing. Hope you find a good one!
Wow – such a variety of unique options today for new moms! I love that first one in the closet! That really helps with space saving and looks perfect for doing the diaper changing job!
That’s my favorite too.
Blythe Alpern says
So many creative change tables. I think my favorite are the ones with the least amount of clutter. Having all your baby changing items close at hand is ideal, but I kind of prefer if they are in drawers or tucked into baskets.
These are all such pretty chagning tables/rooms! I love how organized they are, my kind of table!
Great storage ideas! I especially like the mini cubes with the bright colored diapers. So many options!
Me too…it is so pretty and colorful. My problem would be keeping it super neat.
I’m obsessed with organization hacks! I don’t have a baby in the house, but now I want to go buy a pegboard or tackle another closet.
These are all great! We are so close to not needing a changing table anymore but I really had a hard time finding one I loved before our youngest daughter was born.
I LOVED #1. BUT WAS ALWAYS TAUGHT TO NEVER HANG ANYTHING ON THE WALL OVER BABY. LOVED THE SIDE ORGANIZERS AS WELL. SORRY, JUST KEEPING IT SAFE.
Love all the awesome ideas! But would love to know the one with the hanging clothes above. Is that a cube shelf turned sideways or where can I find that unit?
Having a few colorful, funky changing pad covers can help make the task more enjoyable too!
spacebar clicker says
l your baby essentials. It not only has to be pretty but needs to be functional too. Pretty quickly you find out that keeping the diapers in a drawer just doesn’t work when you have a diaper blow out or a little boy who has decided the cool air when opening his diaper has made him need to “go” now