Many parents today opt for a nursery corner right in their master bedroom for many reasons: first, many young parents prefer to keep an eye on the baby, second, not every house can accommodate an additional nursery, and third, it can be easy for other reasons be more comfortable. If you’re looking to incorporate a nursery into your bedroom, here are some tips that may be helpful to you.
Don’t make a mess
First, take a look at your bedroom and understand if there is enough space for an entire child’s room or if it is better to just keep a cot and nothing else. If your bedroom is on the small side, it’s better to put just a crib and cupboards, and a changing table can be moved to other rooms. This way, your bedroom will feel airier and more welcoming, which is essential for a bedroom, and you and your child will feel it. A cot can be placed next to the bed or even hung where it is convenient. This saves more space.
If your bedroom is big enough, organize an entire baby nook with a crib, wardrobe or makeshift closet for your baby, some shelves, a changing table, a cell phone, some artwork, and baskets or dressers for storage. The amount of furniture and what you choose is up to you – go for the coolest and most functional pieces and don’t forget about some artwork and lights to make the corner special.
Stick to the style
Regardless of whether you just want to place a cot here or create an entire corner, integrate every new detail harmoniously into your existing space. Choose furniture that matches your bedroom with style and appearance. Don’t make any contrasts to avoid a tasteless look. Decorative items should fit too, and I highly recommend avoiding too many childish items in the room so it doesn’t look like a large kid’s room – it’s your place too! Get inspired!