26 Ideas To Make A Nursery Work In A Master Bedroom
Many parents today opt for a nursery nook right in their master bedroom for many reasons: first of all, many young parents prefer to keep an eye on the baby, second, not every home can accommodate an additional kid’s space, and third, it may be just more comfortable for some other reasons. If you want to incorporate a nursery nook into your bedroom, here are some tips that may be useful for you.
First of all, have a look at your bedroom and understand if there’s enough space for a whole nursery nook or it’s better to keep just a crib and nothing else. If your bedroom is rather small, better place just one crib and wardrobes and a changing table can be moved to other spaces. This way your bedroom will feel airier and more welcoming, which is essential for a bedroom, and both you and your child will feel it. A crib can be placed next to the bed or even suspended where it’s comfortable, it will save some more space.
If your bedroom is large enough, organize a whole baby’s nook with a crib, a wardrobe or a makeshift closet of your baby, some shelves, a changing table, a mobile, some artworks and baskets or dressers for storage. The amount of furniture and what you choose is up to you – opt for the coolest and most functional pieces and don’t forget some art and lights to make the nook special.
a modern bedroom decorated with IKEA furniture and a comfy crib at the bedfoot
a modern glam master bedorom with a crib and a canopy by the wall - evena small space can accomodate what you need
a modern farmhouse shared master bedroom and nursery space with a crib and a changing table
a peaceful blue master bedroom with a baby's corner with a crib and a changing table with baskets
a peaceful light-colored space with boho touches and a woven crib hanging by the window looks heavenly
a peaceful shabby chic bedroom decorated in neutrals and a baby's crib by the wall
a preppy bedroom with a vintage feel and a fabric covered crib by the bed
placing a crib by the window is great to give your kid as much natural light as possible
even a small bedroom can accomodate a nursery nook - place a crib and some toys in the corner and add lights
Stick To The Style
Whether you are going to place just one crib here or want to create a whole nook, incorporate every new detail into your existing space with harmony. Choose furniture that fits your bedroom in style and looks, don’t make it contrasting to avoid a tasteless look. Decor items should be fitting, too, and I strongly recommend to avoid too many childish items in the room not to make it look like a large nursery – it’s your space, too! Get inspired!
a calm and welcoming space that includes a master bedroom and a nursery nook by the window, everything in the same style
a modern master bedroom with a boho crib nook that perfectly fits the space sprucing it up a little
a monochrome Scnadinavian bedroom with minimalist furniture and a crib in the corner, a chair and lights are a must there
a natural master bedroom with a vintage feel and a baby's nook with a crib, a basket and shelves in the same style
a peaceful shared space with white vintage furniture and a comfy pastel color palette
a Scandinavian shared bedroom and nursery with a crib on casters and a restraint color palette
a small Scandinavian bedroom with a baby's nook with a crib, shelves, a mobile and a wardrobe
a traditional farmhouse bedroom with a crib by the wall and a comfy chair with an ottoman
an uncluttered Scandinavian space with a crib, a basket and a bed with a small nightstand