I got these modular cabinets at Pottery Barn, and they are fantastic storage units that hide all of the “stuff!” You can mix and match the cubes, but all of mine had doors. The two bases are huge drawers that hold the circuits for the ventilator and clothes/blankets/bibs/etc.
This is at Sam’s club costs about $100 and I couldn’t live with out it.
Green baskets are gastric. One has extensions, both mickey and 4ft extensions and replacement Y ports. The middle one has tapes and guaze. The last one has 60ml syringes
Black for breathing. All neb masks, cups, tubing, and vortex masks.
The colored ones (soon to be replaced with solid colors like others) have different size syringes. I have 1ml, 3ml, 6ml, 12ml, and 20ml.
Bottom shelf is formula and duocal.
On the floor is 500ml bags, 1200ml bags, and pedialyte.
Off in the back is all surplus supplies.
all surplus meds are to the left of gastic(soon to be a red basket). The top white one is my youngest’s hypoglycemia supplies. The bottom white drawer is full of instant ice packs.
We purchased this rolling cart/rack to use as our respiratory cart. So much easier than having to set everything up each time we need it.
We had a large bay window in our master bedroom and built-in a window seat. We made the seat a little higher than normal to save our backs from bending over. We added cubbies for storage underneath. The cubbies held diaper supplies and linens for the bath. We had the foam on top made from a high end- medical grade foam and then there was a water protective layer between the foam and the canvas (easy to clean) exterior fabric. To most people it looks like a simple window seat; we even chose fabric to match the bedroom and take away from any medical look and feel. This was just outside the bathroom we used for bathing our daughter so it worked perfect for after the bath as well as changing diapers. The photos show a before and after.