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10 TIPS TO MAKE THE NURSERY LOOK BIGGER

We are sharing our best tips and tricks to make the nursery look bigger.

Crafting a haven for your little one within the confines of a small room can be a design challenge. It may feel overwhelming, but don't let the small square footage restrict you.

Spacial limitations push creativity, and with a few thoughtful tweaks, you can make a small nursery look bigger and equally charming. We're here to guide you in turning a small space into a room that's big on style and practical luxury.

In this guide, we walk you through our expert tips and exclusive tricks to create an illusion of a larger space in a compact nursery. We dive into the art of clever furniture placement, multifunctional essentials, color psychology, and strategic use of light — all aimed at enhancing the room’s perception.

Get ready to bring your dream nursery to life even in the tiniest of spaces. Watch as we break down big ideas for your small nursery and reveal how size doesn't dictate either style or functionality.

10 TIPS TO MAKE THE NURSERY LOOK BIGGER


Peek into practical, clutter-free, and striking nursery interiors that inspire and radiate roominess, regardless of their actual dimensions.


HOW TO MAKE NURSERY LOOK BIGGER


Embrace Light Colors

Light colors reflect light, making a room appear larger by providing an airy, open feel. Opt for a soothing pastel or neutral palette for the walls, flooring, and large furniture pieces.

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Maximize Natural Light

Allow plenty of natural light into the nursery as it illuminates corners and makes the room feel spacious.

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Use Mirrors Strategically

Adding a mirror to the nursery can work wonders for size perception. It not only reflects light but also makes the room feel expansive by mirroring the space.

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Invest in Multi-Functional Furniture

Choose furniture pieces that serve multiple purposes. A crib that converts into a toddler bed, a changing table doubling up as a dresser, or an ottoman with storage space, all help in reducing clutter.

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Be Smart About Storage

Utilize hidden storage solutions or vertical storage to keep the room clutter-free. Wall-mounted shelves, under-the-crib storage, and door racks are excellent ways to maximize space.

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Keep the Floor Visible

The more floor area you see, the larger the room appears. Opt for leggy furniture that creates a sense of spaciousness by exposing the floor beneath.

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Opt for Wall Art Instead of Cluttering Accessories

Use wall art or a mural as a high-impact element, reducing the need for space-consuming decor items. It not only creates a focal point but also saves floor space.

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Paint the Ceiling

A fun, patterned, or colored ceiling draws the eyes upward and gives the illusion of height, subtly expanding the perception of the room.

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Choose the Right Rug

Opt for a large rug that fits all furniture. A small rug can visually fragment the floor space, making the room feel smaller.

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Create Zones

Even in a small nursery, define zones for play, sleep, and change. Use a rug to delineate play area or separate furniture to mark distinction. This gives an organized, roomy feel.


MAXIMIZE SPACE IN NURSERY CLOSET

One often overlooked aspect of nursery design is optimizing the nursery closet space. Efficiently organizing the nursery closet can work wonders in conserving space within the room and enhancing its overall appearance.


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