There are tons of creative ways on how to organize cloth diapers. It all depends on the type of diapers that you have and the space requirement. I have my cloth diapers stored in open baskets near diaper changing area. Some moms have them next to their baby's crib or bed. Pick a place that is most convenient for you.
Cloth diapers are commonly organized by type (pocket, AIO, covers, prefolds, daddy-friendly, babysitter-friendly, etc.). You can store them either in baskets, bins or in a dresser. There is no strict requirement as where to store them as long as they are kept dry and clean.
Below are few videos of how other moms organize their cloth diapers! Watch these videos and you would surely be inspired and get some great ideas on how to organize your diaper stash!
This mom here loves these plastic-weaved long baskets she got from Target for about $10 or so each. One basket can hold up to twelve medium-sized cloth diaper nicely. Her diaper stash is in the same area where she keeps her baby medicine kit, drops, and other baby accessories.
Mommy here have a lot of cloth diapers and stores them in a 4-level wood shelf. On each level there are four bins where she categorize the diapers as organic cloth diapers, regular cloth diapers, fitted diapers, etc. She mostly organized her dypes according to brand. I can say that her baby room is pretty well organized!.
She gives you a great tip on drying the diaper cover between diaper changes, so that you can get the most use out of one diaper cover before washing. This crafty mom places Velcro strips on her window sill and changing diapers so she can air dry them every so often and saves some space!
This mom has a nice changing table that comes with shelves underneath. She use this space to store her cloth diapers. She creatively organized her cloth diapers with "daddy-friendly" cloth diapers on couple of baskets and some boxes as "daddy-don't-touch" or "daddy-don't-touch-because-mommy-is-testing-them".
She has couple of boxes right next to the diaper changing mattress for easy access. Her changing area is also right next to her daughter's room. She uses photo boxes to hold her cloth diapers and uses shoe box to store her inserts. She puts out just enough number of cloth diapers she will use for the day and put them next to changing mat. The rest goes in the cabinet just under the changing table.
Her diaper changing area is right in the bathroom for easy and convenient access to the toilet. She has a diaper spray ready to clean up poopy cloth diapers. She stacks her cloth diaper stash in cute fabric boxes right under the shelves of her changing table.
She organized her cloth diapers in toy bins and keep them on a shelf right beside her changing table. Right under her changing table goes the prefolds, microfibers, and wipes.
This mom use a plastic drawer organizer right next to her diaper changing table. It's transparent so she get too see what's in them even before opening each shelf. She also shows how she organizes her diaper bag with cloth diapers.
She stores her cloth diapers in a dresser. She lives in a two level house and has two separate places for cloth diapers - one upstairs, one downstairs.