I know not everyone has ample space when putting together a room for baby. Here are a few pieces, though, that work great when you are tight on space. This family is putting baby in the master closet, so I thought I'd share what is going to work for them!
The little one coming home to this space is a very much prayed for rainbow baby! Love this rainbow rug so much that works great as a wall tapestry, too (it actually has a pocket in the top, so it's easy to hang). That origami crib is absolutely the sweetest. It's a smaller size than a regular crib, and has little wheels, so you can keep it by your bed if you want, and then move it easily into other spaces for naps and such. It also folds up really easily for storage, so it's a great option for grandparents, too.
I also love love this affordable and adorable dresser/changer. It's beautifully simple, and transitions well into a dresser. It's a really gorgeous, well made piece, and I especially love the natural wood option! Putting a shelf above adds extra options for storage (and while you may not want it there once baby is reaching/grabbing/sitting, it's really handy for late night changings/feedings/etc. when you have a newborn and you are exhausted!).
Some of you also asked about this grasshopper print - I pulled it from this book (which I love!). It has the sweetest large pictures of animals and critters, and makes for great art.
I love the Dottie shelf so much. The multicolored knobs are just precious!
Hope that is helpful! I love Babyletto's line of adorable, affordable, and well made pieces that work so well to transition from nursery to big kid room!