There are a few things that shouldn’t be missing in a nursery. Books to read are a must have to encourage reading, bond and spend quality time with while also exposing your baby to sounds of language and images. You also don’t want to have books just laying around on a dresser in your baby’s room, so nursery bookshelves are the perfect solution.
You can go for neutral looking nursery bookshelves or if you have a theme for your baby’s room, this is a great way to incorporate a unique touch.
Acrylic Invisible Kids Floating Bookshelf
Acrylic shelves make great nursery bookshelves if you’re looking for something that takes up very little space and looks like there almost isn’t even a shelf. If you’re getting a set you can also add some in another room. I also like to use these for my own skin care but can really hold so many different items.
3 Tiers Children’s Bookcase
Rotating Wooden Bookshelf 360 Display
When considering the nursery bookcases or shelves for books in your kid’s room, a big factor of course is the size and the square footage you’re working with. Wall-mount shelves or bookcases for the corner are usually the most space efficient. You can fill your new shelves with fun books for babies under 1, books for one or two year olds. There are also lots of other things that can make a nursery very practical like a mini fridge for breast milk and a no wifi baby monitor as well as Montessori toy shelves.