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Put Baby in the Closet: 5 Lovely Converted Closet Nurseries

Nobody puts baby in a corner. But the closet? As my husband and I ponder baby number two, the question of space keeps coming up. Our two-bedroom home already houses three people, a dog, a cat, and a turtle — where would we put a new addition? We do have a lot of big closets, and the thought of converting one into a nursery has crossed my mind. To get inspired, I hunted down creative nurseries built into closets. These closet nurseries make the most of small space and have lots of little details to keep the rooms cozy while still feeling open.

TWO BABIES IN A CLOSET

Image source: Lofts Boston
Image source: Lofts Boston

The storage bins make it feel so neat and tidy while getting the most use of the space overhead. Spotted at Lofts Boston.

BUILT-IN CLOSET CRIB

Image source: One Little Minute
Image source: One Little Minute

Ingenious! Get the full DIY at One Little Minute.

THE BABY CLOSET

Image source: Project Nursery
Image source: Project Nursery

A mini crib fits just right. Learn more at Project Nursery.

CURTAINED CLOSET

Image source: Lora Lynn Fanning
Image source: Lora Lynn Fanning

Taking the sliding doors off and adding curtains makes this nook cozy but with breathing room. See the before and after at Vita Familiae.

CLOSET CONVERSION

Image source: Offbeat Home
Image source: Offbeat Home

This walk in closet has a window, making it a perfect little room for a little one. See more pictures at Offbeat Home.

Article Posted 5 years Ago

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