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Tag Archives: Tiny
Mini Cribs – A Great Option
Mini Cribs are just that…mini. They are a great option for new babies because they really can fit all over the house. You can have your baby sleep in your room for the first few months, without investing in a separate co-sleeper. You can put them in a nook (or a closet) if you don’t have a separate nursery space. They can easily fit into an existing child’s bedroom. They are narrow enough to even move from room to room if needed. They are versatile and should last through the first year of your child’s life (depending on the size of your baby). … Continue reading
Organization for a Small Nursery – 6 Double Duty Basics
If you’re faced with a tiny or small nursery space, organization is going to be key. One of the most important design decisions is to make sure every item has more then one purpose, or will be able to grow with your child. Some of these are so basic that I think we forget them when looking to put together a room. Six Double Duty Basics: 1. The crib. I’m a true believer in purchasing a small crib that will grow with your child. I do not believe that you need to buy one that will grow with them all the way to college (the crib … Continue reading
Tiny Office Space – Creative Solution
We have great friends who have 2 young boys in a small 2 bedroom. Prior to having the boys, they had plenty of space for their home office – afterwards, not so much. Luckily, they did have a pantry…and vision. The built in’s along the wall include a file cabinet and supplies on the left, and additional pantry space on the right. CityBaby Living at it’s best. Recommend on Facebook Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend