Having a small nursery doesn’t mean you have to compromise on functionality or style. With a bit of creativity and good planning, you can make the most of the limited space available and create a cozy and efficient environment for your little one. Read on to find out more about how to do this to create the ideal nursery for your baby, no matter what size the room might be.

Use Multifunctional Furniture

You’re going to need furniture in your nursery; you’ll need a cot, a chest of drawers, a toy chest, and perhaps a wardrobe (we’ll talk about this more later). The more furniture you have, the more storage you’ll have, and the neater your nursery will be – this is important. However, if you don’t have a lot of space, you’ll find that putting too much furniture into the room is a bad idea as it will make the room feel cramped.

The solution is to invest in multifunctional furniture. You could choose a changing table with plenty of storage underneath, for example, which would mean you don’t also need a chest of drawers. Or you could find a cot where you can fit storage boxes underneath, which will help you keep nappies and other essentials neat and tidy.

Choose The Right Wardrobe

One of the most important things to think about when you’re looking for ways to use a small nursery better is to consider storage, as we’ve mentioned a number of times. If you can find the right wardrobe, you’ll instantly have a great amount of storage that works well for you and the room itself.

Choose a wardrobe that has shelves inside it, and perhaps space for a chest of drawers too. Make sure the shelving is adjustable so that you can fit anything you need inside it. With just this one piece of furniture, you can free up plenty of space in the room and have a stylish piece of furniture to make everything look good.

Vertical Storage

If floor space is an issue in a smaller nursery, but you still need to find more storage options, why not use vertical storage? This can be ideal not only because you can use space that would otherwise have been wasted, but because you can make the room much more functional by saving floor space which you can then install children’s playmats on so there is a safe place to play and move around in.

When you have vertical storage like shelving or even buckets attached to a frame on the wall, you can keep all the necessities like nappies, wipes, spare clothes, muslin cloths, and so on close at hand. If you need them quickly, you don’t have to rummage around to find them; you can simply grab them from the shelving at eye level.

Lighting

Although the lighting you have in the nursery won’t physically give you more space, it will make the room feel bigger and more comfortable. You and your child will like being in there, and it might even make it a better place to sleep, which is something all parents want.

Choosing lighting that gives you a bright enough result so you can see and use all the space in the room is a great idea, but make sure you also use as much natural light as possible as this is good for your health.

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