Published at Monday, April 19th 2021, 15:09:35 PM. Cribs. By Arvin Lakin.
With a small nursery, you might toss out the idea of a changing table altogether and look for alternative places to change your baby’s diaper. But if your changing surface is high, remember to never leave your baby alone.
When the new addition arrives, as a parent, you will appreciate having your baby close. Babies need to feel secure and safe also. Creating a baby nursery nook in your bedroom or using a walk-in closet for a baby crib are great ideas that are practical, convenient, and inexpensive.
If you have a small baby nursery to work with, you may want to consider a mini crib or a corner crib instead of a regular rectangular one. Both of these options save a considerable amount of space. On the other hand, if you have a large nursery room, a round crib placed in the center can be more interesting than a standard crib against the wall.
Mount a stylish rod on the wall to hang clothes, or install a hook to hang a laundry bag or canvas bag full of toys. Pegboard is another great way to organize all sorts of baby necessities. You can also use the walls to store all those stuffed animals your little one will inevitably collect. Buy a net (or two!) to hang in the corner to keep your baby’s teddies and dolls cozy and contained.