We all love IKEA and the IKEA nursery hacks are just as amazing!
Reasonable prices, a huge selection. But the IKEA hacks? Yeah, I know. They can be pretty unbelievable. Now imagine the one spot for all the best IKEA nursery hacks. Thankfully, I’ve got you covered!
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I also know that if you don’t live close to an IKEA store, the shipping can be a killer. I’ve tried to find you the same IKEA product on Amazon or a frugal look-a-like version to save you a little money (just look for the check mark ✔️ in each section!). Because that makes everybody happy, right? I know I love when a deal gets even better!
As promised, here’s the best of the best in IKEA Nursery Hacks that you need to see! If you’re anything like me, you’ll be tempted to try ALL of these for your baby’s nursery.
One of the most versatile DIY IKEA hacks (especially for the nursery) is this little cart.
Found as a great deal on Amazon if you can't make the trip to IKEA, this cart comes in black and white!
IKEA Nursery Hacks
1. The Ultimate Diaper Station – An IKEA Nursery Hack for all Parents
No baby’s nursery is complete without a diaper changing station, and to say I adore this one is an understatement. This is by far the best IKEA nursery organization hack for new parents.
2. The Cozy Rocking Chair
Are you dreaming of those sleep moments rocking your baby to sleep at night? As a mom, I know how comfortable those chairs need to be, but they also need to be cute!
3. The Rustic Changing Table/Bookcase
Changing tables can be created from almost any piece of furniture at the right height. But, be careful! A changing table is usually one of the biggest pieces of furniture in your baby’s nursery, so be sure to set the right tone with it.
4. A Beautiful White Changing Table – AKA The Easiest IKEA Nursery Hack
If you’re looking for something a little more dainty and simple, this one from Project Nursery is gorgeous and easily an IKEA nursery must have. This IKEA nursery hack is insanely simple – the hardest part will be following the IKEA instructions. Check it out here.
5. Beautiful Closet Organization
When it comes to a closet, there’s nothing as pretty as clean and organized. And as far as nursery closet organize hacks, this one hits the nail on the head. Erinn did a gorgeous job organizing her little one’s closet and shared one of her IKEA nursery hacks here on Strawberry Swing and Other Things.
6. The Wardrobe Shelf
Ready to show off the cutest clothes for your adorable little one? This wardrobe shelf is one of my favorites and it’s on my “must have list” for the new nursery. I absolutely love it! As a bonus it’s so simple.
7. Float Away Bookshelf
These cloud bookshelves are perfect to match an up, up, and away theme, or an adventure theme. I love the creativity put into this nursery bookshelf from IKEA! To find the IKEA nursery hack for these cloud shaped shelves look no further – they can be found right here on Petit and Small by DecoPeques.
8. Spice Rack Book Shelves
When it comes to IKEA nursery hacks, it seems like bookshelves are a must have. So why not one more? I love the simplicity of these bookshelves. So easy and affordable! Citymom.nl shows so many variations and colors it’s impossible to not find the perfect one for your nursery. Check it out here!
9. The Perfect Reading Nook
Okay, okay. I know your baby won’t be sitting in this corner reading on her own. But you can be snuggled in the corner reading with her!
Reading is so important early on, and doing it in a cute and cozy reading nook is even better they say. Okay, I made the second part up. But it’s way more fun.
Check out this amazing window seat by Viviane Panagos at ish & chi. Of all the IKEA nursery hacks, this one is a must see.
10. Jars, jars, jars
11. Floating Shelves Storage
Sometimes it’s hard to make storage spaces look beautiful. This Ikea nursery hack does it all. Pretty, simple, and smart. Check out Sugar & Cloth for the details!
12. Perfect Pouf
In all the baby nursery magazines you see a gorgeous pouf that fits perfectly with the nursery theme. Not only did Kristi Murphy make this pouf fashionable, she also made it budget friendly!
Click here for the how to details on her blog. This one’s another must have for my new nursery – I can’t wait!
13. Mirror Mirror
I know your baby won’t be using a stool anytime soon, but these are perfect for as they grow and make a cute decoration in the mean time. This Little Street did a beautiful job with these stools and her DIY instructions are perfect. Check it out here!
Curtains help set the tone for the whole room. Add some pop to your nursery with this cute IKEA curtain hack from Beckham & Belle.
16. Stand out Crib
Creating a stand out crib can be a bit of a challenge. This is a crib unlike any I’ve ever seen before and the hack was done for $20. Check out Mandi’s amazing creation at Vintage Revivals here!
17. Plush Crib Upgrade
If you’ve decided to co-sleep with your baby, this IKEA hack is perfect for you! Amanda did an amazing job making this co-sleeper one of a kind for her baby – check out the full tutorial at Amanda Medlin‘s site!
19. Crib Bunk Bed
And finally, for my favorite IKEA Crib Hack – this genius bunk bed idea! If you have children that need to share a room or are short on space, this could be a game changer. Click here for the full tutorial to do this yourself!
IKEA Nursery Ideas
These IKEA nursery ideas will make your nursery stand out at a price that’s hard to resist.
Whether you’re looking for changing table storage ideas, cloud shaped shelves, or other nursery organization ideas – these IKEA nursery hack ideas have got it all.
As a bonus, many of these ideas for baby’s room are simple and easy, even if you’re not “crafty”.
These amazing bloggers/DIY-ers have done the hard work and created these easy to follow tutorials. Trust me, you got this!
If you’re still trying to figure out your nursery theme, check out my post, Creating the Perfect Nursery on a Budget.
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