By Niloufar Bakhtiar-Clignet & Julie Hamon, Founders of Bobo Kids

What ideas can you offer regarding storage in a nursery or toddler bedroom?

  • Storage should be plentiful in any nursery and parents can opt for a number of stylish storage solutions to place clothing, toys, books and numerous knick knacks which can be hidden away easily from sight.
  • Baskets, plastic boxes and large receptacles: In the early years, baskets, transparent jars, stackable boxes and storage receptacles which can be easily tucked away are essential to keep clutter at bay. Our felt baskets and canvas storage containers are light, can be moved easily and an ideal solution to keep items tidied away. Easy access to these storage baskets makes tidying up simple. Opt for baskets or containers which could easily be used in a child’s space as well as a more grown-up space to avoid having to replace them as the child grows up.
Wooden Storage Box

Wooden Storage Box

Felt Baskets
  • Multifunctional furniture: Consider multifunctional furniture which won’t date and grows with the child. If you opt for a changing table, choose one which has plenty of storage for nappies, wipes and clothing. As the child grows up, you can remove the changing station section and keep as a dresser. Our retro changing table is a perfect solution for this. Additionally, we have a range of colourful Amsterdam cupboards which can be used for many uses such as clothing, bookshelves or toy storage.
Lau Toi et Moi Changing Station

Lau Toi et Moi Changing Station

Amsterdam Wardrobes

Amsterdam Wardrobes

  • Bookshelves and Shelving systems: Bookshelves are always a good idea when designing a child’s room and as they grow up, you’ll wish you had more! Children collect an enormous number of books and toys over the years so bookshelves and shelving systems are a must when designing a child’s bedroom. Our tree bookshelf offers a contemporary take on the traditional bookshelf.

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Tree Bookshelf

Tree Bookshelf

  • Under bed storage: When your child moves into a bed, under bed storage is ideal when space is limited. Large roomy drawers such as those in our ‘50s inspired retro collection can help keep clothes or toys at bay and neatly tucked away.
Underbed drawer Single bed Paul

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By Niloufar Bakhtiar-Clignet & Julie Hamon, Founders of Bobo Kids