Small spaces solutions for the Baby boy rooms nursery room.
Integrate storage in the cot
Invest the angles of a room
In a narrow bedroom, remember not to leave any empty space and especially not to neglect the corners of the room. Here, a small pram has been installed next to the bed of a parental room to save space and a baby corner has been installed right next to the parents.
A changing table above the bed
A child’s room converted into a baby room
Are you expecting a second child but don’t have room for them to have their own bedroom? Simply install a cot under a mezzanine and voila! For convenience, choose a model with sliding or easily retractable walls.
Fix your changing table to the wall
A compact bed and three in one
Whether the nursery is in the attic or in a small space, this three-in-one bed is compact while accommodating a changing table as well as open and closed storage. We couldn’t be more ergonomic! All you have to do is find matching bed linen and you’re good to go.
Install a bed on casters
A small rocking bed in the master bedroom
If you prefer to sleep next to your baby during their first few weeks, you can set up a small hanging or rocking crib next to your bed. This model has only one barrier to be able to touch your baby and rock him so that he falls asleep in all serenity.
Everything for baby in a few square meters
Surprise, they are twins! Do not panic in terms of space if you have room for a baby’s room, you can easily install both babies in the same room. Be aware that this can also work if you already have a baby because he will be able to accommodate his little brother or sister in his room.
A baby’s room in the child’s room
A compact nursery
If you do not have a dedicated room for the newborn, you can opt for a compact module that will only require a free section of the wall. It will combine the bed, storage, changing table space, and even a small armchair for the night’s bottle. Very ingenious!
A baby’s room in a corner
A delimited baby room
If you cannot install a baby in a corner of your room, be sure to delimit his space within the room. Just use a strip of wallpaper and a few decorative letters above your bed to create your space even in your bedroom.
A cradle in the parental bedroom
A separate baby room
If you want to separate the nursery from the parental space, do not hesitate to close the room to create two bedrooms. Use screens, Japanese panels, or even simple curtains to add a room.
A baby’s room in an untapped space
A baby’s room in a spare room
During the first years of life, your baby won’t need a lot of space. Also, you can easily install your bedroom in a very small room such as a small office or a dressing room.
A baby’s room in another room
If you have a good-sized room such as an office or a guest bedroom, you can install your baby there in order to benefit from a dual-function room. The 2 in 1 is the secret of small spaces!
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