Small Space for Baby Room
Room for a Baby
The secret to making the most of your small home is knowing how much you can afford and stick with it. It’s important for everyone – even couples planning on having children later down the line! The following article will help guide those who want a baby but live simply by teaching them what sorta space they’ll need before getting pregnant or adopting an infant child into their lives already-whether this means buying new furniture pieces that are bigger than ever now due to growing bumps during pregnancy, installing higher ceilings so everything feels brighter.
Keep reading below to learn some of the best baby room hacks!
1. Share the Room
The first thing that you need to do is make room for the baby in your bedroom. Your baby doesn’t need a separate room as they sleep much better with their mothers around. So, you need to move around a few things in your small room to make room for your baby.
Consider taking out all the unnecessary furniture and decorative items. Dedicate a corner of the room to your baby. If you want to feel a sense of separation, then consider hanging curtains to separate your bed from your baby’s.
2. Choose Minimalist Gear
The best way to make room is to choose small gear. Always go for mini-sized baby gear. You don’t need to get a full-sized cart with additional features when a small baby-sized cart can do the job. The same goes for storage. You don’t need a separate closet for the baby, but small containers can also work just fine. If you’ve already bought the gear, you may still be able to exchange it for a smaller size by contacting the manufacturer.
3. Use Ceiling Curtains to Hide Storage
No one likes clutter, but storage also takes up space. So, how does one deal with that? By storing smartly and concealing it. Start storing things vertically and then covering up the storage with ceiling-mounted curtains. This way, you can store more stuff without taking up more space. Use the entire length of the wall and store different items on different shelves. Consider labelling them so you always stay organised.
4. Store all the Items Not in Use
At this age, your baby is already a growing boy or girl! It’s time to get them started on their first few outfits and toys. But don’t forget about storage – you’ll want space for all those new items coming into town soon enough so keep it together until then by storing away anything non-essential at home like old clothes that they no longer need but haven’t yet grown out of either completely–you may be surprised how often moms use these same pieces again after buying more than one set initially just because Pinterest told me I needed it 🙂
5. Create a Play Wall
You can also use the walls for toys. Create a play wall for your child where you hang all the toys that they play with frequently. This is the perfect combination that offers space-saving and access to play all the time.
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