To save room in this multi-functional nursery space, designers removed the door from the closet in the room and installed a changing table equipped with all the essentials. This clever idea keeps clothes, diapers and blankets close at hand. As the baby grows and the changing table is no longer needed, it can be removed from the space and it can function as a big kid's closet.
A fun play closet for a toddler adds a lot of visual punch to a bright nursery. The custom laminate cabinets and shelves carry out the sky orange accent from the soft carpet squares which cover the floor for a cozy play area for a little one.
Create more space in the baby’s room by tucking all your nursery needs in the closet. Lisa Janvrin, owner of YouthfulNest, designed this adorable space that includes changing table and drawers for baby supplies. The clothing rack above the changing table is all you need for wee little wardrobe.
Although the remodeling budget didn't allow for replacement of these mirrored closet doors, they were refreshed by attaching painted overlays. The teddy bear drawing was made for the baby as a gift by a close family friend.
On the other side of the room, a closet with doubles doors keeps the little one's wardrobe neat and organized. Because there's so much space inside, the owners can also tuck stray toys -- and Barbie cars -- out of sight.
This nursery's closet features built-in partitions for organization and is located next to a wall covered in pink silk flowers. Custom art, including a canvas that says "Endure" in the handwriting of the mother-to-be's late grandmother, adds a personal touch that makes the space unique to the family.
As seen on HGTV's Rocky Mountain Reno, this small upstairs bedroom has been turned into the new nursery of the couple. The sweet nursery is complete with muted colors and animal decorations. On the other side, there is a dresser and a closet for all of baby's toys and clothes.
The hallway that enters this nursery is not exempt from the elegant design. A flat light fixture is used in this space to minimize the effect of the low ceiling and allow for plenty of room to open the closet doors. A hop scotch rug leading from the heart of the nursery to the door adds a fun little touch to this space.