Decorating your baby’s nursery can be challenging enough but if you only have a small room it can feel impossible. These baby boy room ideas for small spaces show you clever ways you can use the space you do have. After all in many cases all you really need in a nursery is a crib, a dresser and a comfortable chair.
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Baby Boy Room Ideas for Small Spaces (Pictures)
When you’re short on space and you don’t have room for a closet you can make use of wall hooks and wire cubbies for storing clothes or even diapers. [Kate Jackson Interior Design]
A dresser can double as a changing table with the addition of a simple mat. Choose one with curved sides to keep your baby boy safe while you are changing his bottom. [Charm Home Design]
Creating an accent wall with horizontal stripes, by using wallpaper or a paint effect, can help to make your little boy’s room appear bigger than it actually is. [Steffanie Danby]
Here’s another way to add stripes to a feature wall to add width to a small space, this time using wooden battens. The storage unit has been attached to the wall for storing books and toys and a horizontal mirror along the top of the wall reflects light from the window making a dark space appear brighter. [S2 Architects]
When we think of colours for a baby boy room our first instinct is often to choose blue, here’s a great example of how you can use brown and natural wood to create a wonderful nautical theme. [Nessa Lee Baby]
If you can’t possibly squeeze a bookcase into the room take a look at this clever idea for using small shelves on the wall. Wooden spice racks will do the job perfectly and the book covers double up as colourful art work. [Etch Design Lab]
This baby boy nursery design just goes to show how much you really can fit into a small space without it appearing cramped and unwelcoming. A smaller crib is a great choice for small rooms and the shelves framing the window are a great use of space. [Cocoa Rensen Design]
If you are really pushed for space and there is a built in closet in your baby boy’s room remove the door and tuck the crib inside. Wall hooks and shelves brighten the space as well as being useful for practical items and trinkets. [Lovely Morning]
A peg board mounted over the top of the dresser is a great way to store diaper supplies. The mobile is a great addition to keep your little boy amused while you get him all cleaned up. Project Nursery]
This nursery design is for you if you are thinking these baby boy room ideas for small spaces are fabulous but you don’t even have a room to spare. Your little boy will be just as happy in a small space carved out just for him in the corner of your own bedroom. [Marriage is the Bomb]