Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Storing Cloth Diapers

How do you store your diapers? This is a common cloth diapering question. Unlike disposables, cloth diapers need more space and are cute enough to be displayed! I enlisted the help of some other cloth diapering moms to show different storage options. Hopefully with all of the great ideas out there, you'll find a way that fits your home and stash :)

If you have your own diaper storage picture that you'd like to show, please add it to the diaper storage album on the Snooty Booty Diapers Facebook page!

This is a picture of my diaper area. We kept them in the pack and play at first, soon needed a better option. I liked this shelf since it was good for after diapering ends. I also like that I can see all of the diapers and accessories at one time. In the left-hand "attic" I keep the dad-friendly diapers. He can use any kind, but prefers "easy" ones. This way, he always knows where to look!




I love this cube shelf another mom shared with me. She has this set up right above her dresser/changing table. This is another example of diaper storage that can be used for display after diapering is over (of course, it's a great way to display the fluff right now as well!)


This is a great photo of using the changing table for your stash. It's already there, why not take advantage of the shelf space? Note the hanging bags on the knobs-very practical and a space-saver as well :)




This is a great storage set up from a mom who seems a lot more organized than I am! Is it my imagination or does a pretty stash just add to the decor of any room?


Of course, not everyone wants to (or can) display their stash. This changing station looks very innocent, but inside it's storing a lot of fluffy fun...

So there you have it! Please share your storage tips!

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1 comments:

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