Not everyone has rooms available to turn into a nursery. With a bit of creativity, an alternative is to turn a closet into a nursery. This might require a bit more preparation, but we will help you get started, with 3 tips to take into consideration.
- Modify furniture or shop oriented to fit furniture into your closet
- Use a lot of white to make the room feel bigger
- Choose furniture with creative storage options
Modify furniture or shop oriented to fit furniture into your closet
Not all nursery furniture is suitable for a nursery in a closet. To make full use of the limited storage space, make sure the furniture fits the room. This might request a modification of for example the crib or changing table. If you’re less handy yourself, some retailers offer to modify cribs or changing tables to the room.
Use a lot of white to make the room feel bigger
We all know that color changes the way you experience a room. This can be used to your advantage. Just make sure that you use a lot of white or lighter colors. These colors can be combined with other colors to brighten up the nursery. An example of this can be to paint the walls white and choose more brightly colored furniture.
Choose furniture with creative storage options
In a nursery, you want necessities nearby. In smaller rooms, with limited space, you got to get creative! Nowadays a lot of useful storage options are included in the design of cribs and changing tables. A crib with drawers underneath or a changing table with convenient storage options.