Looking forward to a little miracle in your family? Then you may be puzzling over lots of things connected with your baby and of course with the nursery. As parents-to-be usually have lots of worries and issues to solve, we decided to help you, guys, and tell you of some practical and functional IKEA hacks for a nursery, take a look!
The main thing in any nursery is your child’s bed, so take a look at Gulliver, Stuva, Sundvik, Sniglar and other cots and cribs. You may hack them with paints to match your nursery color scheme, add upholstery, add framing to imitate a house or do whatever else comes to your mind.
We have already shared some cool changing tables made of IKEA items, and you can find these hacks here.
Now think of yourself: you’ll have to spend much time in the nursery, so a comfortable chair is a proper piece. The leaders here are IKEA Poang and Strandmon chairs that are rather budget-friendly, comfortable, especially Strandmon, which is a rocker, and can be hacked in a thousand of ways to match your nursery, from painting to printing.
Storage is one of the main concerns when designing a nursery, and though your changing table can accommodate some stuff, you may need more storage space. Various dressers and storage units like Kallax, Expedit, Hemnes are perfect for renovating them into comfortable storage units. IKEA Ribba ledges will display your kid’s books, a Moppe box can be placed on hairpin legs and can be used for storage, too, and a Raskog cart is great as a supply station. Get inspired and make your baby’s nursery the dreamiest!