Let’s face it, nurseries take a lot of time and planning and kids grow up quickly. Today you’re fanning out paint samples, tomorrow you’re duct taping foam to the coffee table. Not only is the transition to toddler room the last thing on your mind while you’re applying for preschools and introducing a whole new range of solid foods, but it’s a sentimental hardship to say goodbye to what was your once infant’s brand new nursery.
Here are some examples of blending nursery with toddler. By choosing big kid-friendly design in your baby-lodging rooms, you’ll get back some precious time to cope with the rapid growth of your little sprout. This Infant to Toddler Room is two for the price of one!
Baby Chase’s Nursery will easily transition to Toddler Chase’s Bedroom when it’s time to swap the crib for a big boy bed. The designer opted for vibrant colors and playful scenery as opposed to the sweet accents you see in traditional nurseries.
Lydia Marie’s Room doubles as a toddler room and nursery already. Who knew that transitioning could be as easy as storing away the crib and changing table?
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