17 quirky storage baskets and bins for the nursery

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The best nursery storage baskets for 2020 | Mum's Grapevine

With kids come things. Lots. Of. Things. And if you are anything like us, you probably spend a lot of time wondering where on earth to put everything. From soft canvas bunny bags to carefully crafted, character-filled baskets, nursery storage with a twist can be so much fun.

We’ve hunted down the sweetest small storage as well as big, beautiful bins that not only provide a home to all manner of kiddie knick-knacks, essentials and treasures, but they also look sensational in the nursery.

17 quirky nursery storage baskets

To help you find the perfect storage baskets for your babe, we’ve compiled this handy list of brands to get you started in your search. In no particular order, here they are:

Done by Deer

Nursery Storage Baskets: Done By Deer

Done by Deer Toy Storage ($36.95)

From toys to dress-ups to blankets, this handy set of three canvas storage bins is going to get a tonne of use in kids’ rooms, nurseries and play zones. They come in a choice of pink, blue or grey and include kid-friendly handles for dragging from room to room.

Buy now from Danish by Design

Oon Home

Nursery Storage Basket: Jester

Oon Home Jester Felt Storage Baskets ($139)

Lovingly handmade from woollen felt and bursting with pompom goodness, these storage baskets bring colour and texture to kids’ rooms. They stand at 45 centimetres tall and come in a range of shades, including blush and grey.

Buy now from Hard to Find

Love Indi Lou

Best Nursery Storage Basket: Love Indi Lou Rainbow Rope Basket

Love Indi Lou Rainbow Rope Basket ($134.95)

Bringing oodles of joy into little one’s bedrooms, this rainbow basket is bursting at the seams with colour and cheer. Its sturdy handles make it easy to carry and the addition of a handy lid hides that messy pile of toys just perfectly.

Buy now from Love Indi Lou


Nursery Storage Baskets: Tellkiddo

Paper Toy Storage Sack ($26.29 + shipping)

A paper bag, yes, but with all the strength of canvas or felt. Available in two squeal-worthy designs, this modern take on the nursery storage basket oozes Scandi style with a whimsical edge. We love!

Buy now from Etsy


Nursery Storage Baskets: Ferm Living

Ferm LIVING Pear Braided Storage Basket ($165)

This giant rattan pear is as sweet as it is useful. At almost 60 centimetres in height, it can house bulky toys, or even a week’s worth of clothes. Was there ever a storage basket more delicious? We think not.

Buy now from Arrival Hall


Nursery Storage Baskets: Lilu

Lilu Wicker Baskets (from $55)

From teeny tiny baskets to beautiful pieces for the wall, the storage options from Lilu are endless. Available in an array of dreamy colours, and with pom-poms to boot, they’re the perfect accessory to your little one’s favourite place.

Buy now from Happy Go Ducky


Nursery Storage Baskets: Bloomingville

Bloomingville Bear Storage Basket with Lid ($222)

This friendly bear is hard to top when it comes to cuteness, and in a large size that can look after everything from nursery items to toys and books, it’s a storage solution that will see the kids through many ages and stages.

Buy now from Design Stuff

The Decor House

Nursery Storage Baskets: The Decor House

The Decor House Children’s Home Storage Sack ($29.90)

At 65 centimetres in height, these sweet little sacks make adorable homes for all those well-hugged plush toys in the kids’ rooms. They’re made from ultra-soft cotton and have an easy-use drawstring closure.

Buy now from The Decor Stuff


Nursery Storage Baskets: Ay-Kasa

AyKasa Mini Storage Crate (from $19.95)

The crate has had a modern-day makeover and we couldn’t be more in love! Designed to fold down flat when not in use, they’re ideal for toys, books and puzzles as well as a place for dolly to lay her head.

Buy now from Wiggles Piggles


Nursery Storage Baskets: Gorman

Gorman Veggie Pals Toy Basket ($79)

Fruits and veggies just got funky! We’re absolutely smitten with the new popping new prints from Gorman and we think the kiddies will be too.

Buy now from Gorman

Olli Ella

Nursery Storage Baskets: Olli Ella

Olli Ella Luggy Pull-Along Baskets ($89.95)

Store it, then take it. With these exquisite pull-along baskets, kids’ can take their treasures everywhere with them, all while keeping them safe. Colours include mint, straw, white, and the sweetest shade of rose we’ve ever seen on wicker storage.

Buy now from HipKids


Muskhane Kids Felt Storage Basket

Muskhane Pasu Calabash Basket (from $74.95)

Soft yet strong, these adorable felt storage baskets are a statement piece that’s more than just a pretty face. The hardest part is choosing just one to take home.

Buy now from Leo & Bella


Nursery Storage Baskets: Liewood

Liewood Fabric Storage Basket (from $37)

Made from organic cotton canvas, these playful baskets make the world of storage just a little bit cuter. Fill with loose toys to keep them tidy, clothes to contain the clutter or simply as an adorable addition to the little one’s bedroom.

Buy now from Leo & Bella


Fabelab Canvas Bunny Storage Bag ($85.95)

So sweet it almost gives us a toothache. Designed to be used a number of ways, the darling bunny storage bag can be turned inside out for a more minimalist look.

Buy now from Petite Jolie

Pottery Barn Kids

Nursery Storage Baskets: Pottery Barn Kids

Pottery Barn Kids Storage Baskets (from $89)

They’ll have a hoot of a time packing up with these woodland friends. Woven by hand from natural water hyacinth, they’re roomy enough for linen and strong enough for books.

Buy now from Pottery Barn Kids

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