Are you busy decorating and designing a nursery for your little one on his/her way? Or are you just trying to decide how to display all of those fabulous and fun books in their bedroom? Whatever the case may be, there are so many inspirational and unique ways to get those stories off the floors, out of the corners and kept from being hidden in the closet. Let’s take a peek at 10 cozy, creative ways to display in the nursery!
1. Descending Picture Ledges.
You can buy easy shelving, like these small ledged picture shelves and then stack on your books. We love how this nursery has the units going in ascending lengths for more interest but still super organized for when reading time rolls around.
2. Chicken Wire Baskets.
Although it sounds a bit ridiculous, chicken wire baskets can certainly come in handy and make for stylishly right accents. Spray paint them and create a more modern, industrial look out of the versatile pieces. Hold all the books you’d like inside and save some space!
3. Easy Spice Racks.
Who knew spice racks could be such a functional piece throughout the home. Not only do these simple shelves make your kitchen clutter a bit more subdued but they help to create tidiness in the little one’s bedroom as well, without the ease of falling books.
4. Rolling Book Carts.
Turning reading into even more fun with a rolling book cart. It’s great for imagination, playtime and of course, story time too! Use it as a organizational piece and a corner accent for a fun and personable nursery.
5. Soft Book Slings
Make it easier on the baby and you to grab a book and go. Don’t fret about your kiddo’s favorite story falling on their head, instead organize everything with one of these stylish slings that you can either DIY or have made with fabric of your choice to match the nursery’s decor and color scheme.
6. Simple Plate Racks.
Yes, plate racks can be use to cage in those books too. Just take those simple little display units and turn them into a space where all the stories can be held for storytime at night and playing house the next day. Not only will this type of piece show off some of the baby’s favorite reads but it’ll keep them under wraps too.
7. Novelty Tree Bookcase.
If you really want something unique, try shopping around for a novelty piece, like this tree bookcase. It’s fun and playful, can be hidden well in a nursery with a theme that embraces an outdoorsy, whimsy feel and it also acts as art and interest for the style of the space.
8. Cube Cubbied Space.
Who isn’t a fan of cube storage? It keeps so many rooms organized and ready for await a productive day – and that goes the same for a nursery (or even the closets of those fabulously dressed babies.) They’re also great for tidying up toys and books!
9. Hipster Wooden Caddies.
If you don’t have an unusual abundance of books and instead, a few favorites, try to find something a bit smaller. It’ll accessorize the room but not take up too much space or create too much clutter on the walls or in the corners. A caddy like this adds contemporary, on-trendy style and functionality.
10. DIY Swing Set.
Create something really magical and get the nursery DIY ready with some of this inspiration. Make a swing set for the books to “play” on. Hang it from the ceiling for fairy-tale like style and easy accessibility.