Q&A: Crib for Tiny Nursery?

My nursery is tiny, and a crib would take up almost the entire room! What are my best space-saving options?
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ByMelissa Gould and Ellie Miller
Founding partners of The Baby Planners™
Updated
Mar 2017
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Good news — baby won’t need a crib until about three months, so you have some time to consider your options. In the meantime, bassinets and Moses baskets are great because they’re portable and easy to fit in even the smallest spaces. Another choice is the Arm’s Reach Co-Sleeper, which is basically a small bassinet that attaches to your bed and makes late night feedings a breeze.

Once baby is ready, we recommend an oval shaped crib — an innovative option for our space challenged clients. We love the Stokke Sleepi crib. It goes from infancy to toddler and eventually even a chair, making it not only a great space saver but a money saver, too!

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