Having lack of space at home while you’re welcoming a new member in the family is almost frustrating. Especially, we all know that babies, despite their small bodies, always require a lot of room. You will need a room for their bed, dresser, and other baby stuff. While you don’t think you have any room left for that, just try to share room. Let your baby’s older sibling be the company. This will make you worry less when you have to leave your baby asleep in the room, also become another way of space saving solution to nursery ideas.
You can always decide to share your room with the baby. But of course, you won’t have those childish decorations to stay in the room. Even if it’s not something so essential, sure it will be easier when siblings share the room. You may only need to get a matching bedding for the crib and a dresser.
Shared Room Nursery Ideas
Firstly, sure you can just find some baby stuff that match with your elder child’s room. But if you intend to redecorate the room, sure it will be fun. Will it be more complicated than having to design a room for a single kid? Not really. If both of the children who share a room have different gender, you can go with a gender neutral design.
Or, you can have both designs for a girl and a boy in one room without having to make one dominating over the other. You will not have to use put two different colors for the room; it’s just you need to use different bedding prints or set for each kid. The color white is the most neutral base tone to help you with that, yet you can also choose blue or gray that can also do the same.
It is even simpler when both of your children have the same gender. Here, you just have to find the beddings that match one another. Before that, you might need to decide what color to use as the theme so that it will ease you to focus on which to buy—meanwhile the others might look more intriguing. Again, white will be the best tone to deal with various colors when you feel like purchasing different kinds of bedding.