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7 Clever Solutions to Maximise Small Space When a Baby Arrives

If you are waiting for your first baby to arrive in your life is a time of great joy, excitement and much planning. Living in a tiny home, making room for baby is quite a daunting task, but we have some amazing tips for you, especially if you are one of those who likes to save money: believe us you can make the transition into parenthood that too keeping the chill at your tine home.

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Make a baby corner in your bedroom

If you don't have an extra room for a nursery, then no need to worry. You can use a baby corner in your bedroom as per your own theme so it looks like your baby's own place.

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TV stands for dressers

TV stand has a flat surface and it can become a practical space for storage. Think about the kid's items you commonly need in your room and store them underneath the television

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Double duty dresser

If you have limited space, remove all unnecessary furniture which is lying in your living room. A dresser can be doubled as a bedside table. In case, if you have a low dresser, try to set up a change table on top to get rid of the requirement for extra furniture.

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Use nooks and alcoves

Of course, your closet is safe for keeping clothes, but you can also try creating a little nook for your baby. This works easily for cribs.

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Keep a rug - safe for tiptoeing

A rug can act as a divider from the baby in your living room. Also, a rug can absorb sounds, which is helpful around baby’s sleep schedule. Try to purchase a high-end rug in a neutral shade that can work with various colour schemes and different patterns.

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Swap the laundry hamper

Laundry hampers are one of the items which take up a lot of floor space, instead, you can hang a laundry bag from a hook.

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Hang baby’s clothes on the wall

Baby’s clothes are awfully cute, so why not display them? For hanging your baby’s clothes, install wall racks in room, and keep your baby’s cute booties and pink shoes up on top. This will also help you get rid of the inevitable pile-up of your baby’s clothes as excess clothing in one bedroom apartment is not an option.

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7 Clever Solutions to Maximise Small Space When a Baby Arrives

If you are waiting for your first baby to arrive in your life is a time of great joy, excitement and much planning. Living in a tiny home, making room for baby is quite a daunting task, but we have some amazing tips for you, especially if you are one of those who likes to save money: believe us you can make the transition into parenthood that too keeping the chill at your tine home.

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Make a baby corner in your bedroom

If you don't have an extra room for a nursery, then no need to worry. You can use a baby corner in your bedroom as per your own theme so it looks like your baby's own place.

Pin it {{item.title}}
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TV stands for dressers

TV stand has a flat surface and it can become a practical space for storage. Think about the kid's items you commonly need in your room and store them underneath the television

Pin it {{item.title}}
{{item.title}}

Double duty dresser

If you have limited space, remove all unnecessary furniture which is lying in your living room. A dresser can be doubled as a bedside table. In case, if you have a low dresser, try to set up a change table on top to get rid of the requirement for extra furniture.

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Use nooks and alcoves

Of course, your closet is safe for keeping clothes, but you can also try creating a little nook for your baby. This works easily for cribs.

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Keep a rug - safe for tiptoeing

A rug can act as a divider from the baby in your living room. Also, a rug can absorb sounds, which is helpful around baby’s sleep schedule. Try to purchase a high-end rug in a neutral shade that can work with various colour schemes and different patterns.

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Swap the laundry hamper

Laundry hampers are one of the items which take up a lot of floor space, instead, you can hang a laundry bag from a hook.

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Hang baby’s clothes on the wall

Baby’s clothes are awfully cute, so why not display them? For hanging your baby’s clothes, install wall racks in room, and keep your baby’s cute booties and pink shoes up on top. This will also help you get rid of the inevitable pile-up of your baby’s clothes as excess clothing in one bedroom apartment is not an option.

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