Whether you are pumping or formula feeding, with bottle feeding comes a ton of baby bottle pieces that can quickly take over. Luckily, there are a few baby bottle storage ideas from insanely organized moms that will help you calm the chaos!
Use a Shower Caddy for Baby Bottle Storage
Consider hanging a shower caddy on the side of a kitchen cupboard for baby bottle storage.
An extra bonus is that you also have a great place to store baby bibs if you find a shower caddy with hooks.
I’m also loving that this mom uses a small set of drawers to to organize all the bottle parts, but we’ll get into that next!
2. Use a small set of plastic drawers for bottle organization.
Bottles have many parts, especially if you’re pumping!
We’re talking nipples, lids and even vents if you’re using the infamous Dr. Brown Bottles.
I love everything about using a plastic set of drawers for bottle parts.
It’s easy, inexpensive and really does the job at keeping your bottle station organized. Your babe won’t be using bottles forever, so if you want to cut down on costs, this is a great idea.
Also, placing the bottle drying rack on top of the plastic drawers is smart, because this mom is saving counter space – which bring us to our next baby bottle storage idea.
3. Keep a Baby Bottle Drying Rack Nearby
So perhaps this isn’t exactly a baby bottle storage idea, but I do suggest having a baby bottle drying rack near your setup. Truthfully, I stored my bottles more often than not on our drying rack!
And our readers agree, the Boon Drying Rack is the best – hands down!
You can buy accessories for it, including the poke and stem pieces that sit on the “grass” to create more space.
4. Use Baskets or Bins on the Counter
Perhaps one of the most simple baby bottle storage ideas on the list is to use a couple of bins to store baby bottles on your kitchen countertop.
I like this two-tier drawer basket unit for a counter, because it saves a bit of space.
5. Use a Rolling Cart for Baby Bottle Station
Using a rolling cart for baby bottle storage is a great idea, especially if you pump because it makes for a great breastfeeding station.
They come in so many fun colors, so they can blend well into any room!
You can use bins or dividers on each section further organize and store your baby bottles and parts.
6. Over-the-Door Storage on Pantry Door
If you read this blog often, you know I’m a huge fan of using the vertical space on a back of a door for storage.
I love these type of over-the-door racks, because you can store so much stuff in them.
They really make for a great place to store baby bottles, baby food and more.
I also love how they are using a coat rack to store baby bibs! You could also use command hooks for this on a back of a door.
7. Use Dividers in Kitchen Cabinet
I thought prior to trying to store baby bottles that I could simply line them up in a cabinet, like I do so with glasses and mugs.
However, I didn’t account for them tipping over a thousand times a day when I went to reach for one. It turns out, empty baby bottles are pretty light.
So, I highly recommend grabbing a divided storage bin to store your baby bottles if they’ll be going in a cabinet.
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8. Baby Bottle Storage Ideas: Drawer Dividers
If you have a deep drawer, you could consider using drawer dividers to store you baby bottles.
If you don’t have a drawer quite deep enough, you can still use them to sort and organize nipples, lids, and pumping parts. You could then use a bin or basket on a kitchen countertop to store the actual baby bottles.
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