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Our readers know that we love a good IKEA nursery hack. After all, IKEA furnishings are versatile, affordable, and lets us dip our toes into a DIY project -customizing it to suit our unique style. Ahead, find the best IKEA nursery hacks for a small nursery.
If you are decorating a nursery and dealing with limited square footage it can be discouraging at times. You'll need to find space for essential nursery furniture and accommodate adequate nursery storage solutions.
Luckily, inspiration for making the most of a tiny nursery comes from IKEA and fabulous IKEA hacks. Here are 15 brilliant IKEA hacks for small nurseries. These IKEA hacks prove you don’t need a lot of space, nor do you need to spend a lot of money to put your small nursery to work.
13 BEST IKEA HACKS FOR SMALL NURSERIES
1.repurpose IKEA PICTURES LEDGES FOR BOOK STORAGE
2.CONVERT BED SLATS INTO WALL STORGE FOR BABY'S ESSENTIALS
Nothing is more frustrating than a diapering station without storage. Whether you are using a changing table or a dresser, use the space above it for storage. Hang LUROY IKEA bed slats, along with a few S-hooks and baskets to store and organize diapering essentials.
3.convert trofast units as TOY STORAGE
With some custom cane doors and modifications, the once plain IKEA TROFAST units add toy storage to the nursery on a shoestring budget.
4.ADD A WARDROBE
If clothes storage is non-existent because the nursery lacks a closet, add storage with an IKEA free-standing wardrobe. Upgrade it to fit your style by adding color and new hardware.
5.UPDRADE A PLAIN DRESSER
Turn a basic IKEA TARVA dresser into a gorgeous one by customizing it with your favorite design and colors. This IKEA dresser got updated with new legs, hardware, and paint.
6.make a MONTESSORI WARDROBE
Transform the IKEA KALLAX into a stylish Montessori style wardrobe for the baby by adding baskets and a rod for storing clothes.
7.DIY A SIDE TABLE
Regardless of the size of the nursery, you'll need to set up a breastfeeding station with a nursery chair, ottoman, and a side table. Take the IKEA EXPEDIT shelving unit and turn it into a side table worthy of your cozy nursing nook.
8.MOUNT IKEA SPICE RACKS ON THE WALL
When you are decorating a small nursery-vertical storage is golden. Add IKEA BEKVAM spice rack shelves for storage while making a stylish statement.
9.IKEA KALLAX UNIT HACK TO MAXIMIZE NURSERY CLOSET STORAGE
8.use AN IKEA KITCHEN CART as a NURSERY STORAGE UNIT
9.create a wardrobe shelf
When decorating a tiny nursery- every nook needs to be used. Hack an IKEA LACK shelf unit with a clothes rod for extra storage.
10. DIY BOW ORGANIZER
Need to tame the countless headbands and bows your baby has? Install this IKEA SUNNERSTA spice rack with these IKEA hooks on the closet door, and you've got a pretty organizer to keep all the hair accessories in line.
11.TRANSFORM A PLAIN IKEA CABINET INTO A CHANGING TABLE
When decorating a small space-reducing visual clutter is key. The IKEA IVAR cabinet does just that with its streamlined look! Decorate it with paint, stencils, or new hardware to create a gorgeous changing station in the nursery.
12.Hack the IKEA Pax into a Custom NURSERY Closet
Upgrade the builder-grade closet in the nursery into a custom nursery closet with the help of IKEA's bestselling budget-friendly PAX closet system.
13.CUSTOMIZE THE NURSERY CLOSET BY with IKEA BILLY BOOKCASES
Last Updated on April 14, 2022 by Tira Attygalla