Munchkin Diaper Duty Organizer
Simple and sleek, this organizer from Munchkin is designed to go on top of a changing table or shelf. (Though it's advertised as having a wall-mounting option, parents say this isn't the case.) There are eight compartments – a large one for diapers and smaller ones for cotton swabs, lotions, pacifiers, and other baby supplies. It also has a shelf for your wipes container or warmer.
What to watch out for: Munchkin says this organizer holds up to 50 diapers, but parents say the real number is more like 20. Also, the wipes warmer pictured is not included with the organizer.
How much: $18
Dexbaby Nursery Organizer
Tight on space but want everything at your fingertips? This nursery organizer has room for diapers, clothing, accessories, lotions, and more. It attaches easily to a door or changing table, and has a large spot for a wipes container or warmer.
What to watch out for: Parents warn that the Velcro attachment doesn't hold up over time and isn't strong enough to handle heavier items. To solve the problem, you can use the hoops on the back of the organizer to nail or tack it to the wall – but that's a more involved process.
How much: $17
3 Sprouts Hanging Wall Organizer
A whimsical way to stay put together in the nursery, these wall organizers win points for their modern look, cute felt appliqués, and ample storage space (each pocket measures 11 1/2 by 14 inches). Choose from a purple cow, green alligator, brown moose, or black and white penguin. Another plus: This organizer makes a seamless transition from nursery to playroom or big-kid room – it's perfect for storing art supplies and small toys.
What to watch out for: The canvas fabric is durable but not structured enough to hold heavy items well, some parents say. Others were disappointed that 3 Sprouts doesn't include hardware to attach this organizer to walls or doors.
How much: $28
JJ Cole Diaper Caddy
Cute, convenient, and portable, this diaper caddy can easily travel from room to room. Use it to organize your main changing area or to create a quick diaper-changing spot somewhere else in your home. With a drawer for diapers and a top level for wipes and other essentials, it's surprisingly roomy for such a compact design. And it comes with a matching changing pad.
What to watch out for: The changing pad is on the flimsy side – some parents say it leaks through the middle.
How much: $30
Koala Baby Closet Organizer
This nifty little product is ideal for adding more room to a small nursery closet. Installation is a snap – you just hang it over the clothes rod and you're ready to go. The vertical separators keep hanging clothes in order, and six cubbies at the bottom hold folded essentials like blankets and baby clothes. Parents like the durable canvas fabric and neutral color.
What to watch out for: No complaints here. The price is right and it does the job.
How much: $20