Nifty·Posted on Nov 23, 201325 Hacks To Make Room For A Baby In Your Tiny HomeBabies are small. Their stuff is not.by Mike SpohrBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Use hidden storage. The Lovely Lark / Via five4fivemeals.com The space under the crib is usually ignored but it's a great place to store baby supplies. Find these storage boxes here for $14.99 each. 2. Swap out the TV stand for a dresser. twotwentyone.net A TV stand takes up a lot of space (especially in a studio or one bedroom apartment), but a dresser can do the same job and hold your baby's clothes, too. 3. Make decorative pieces functional. mom.me Every nursery needs its cute touches. This rack is plenty cute while also supplying a place to hang your baby's clothes. 4. Install a fold down changing table. Marsh and Clark / Via decorpad.com Like a miniature Murphy bed, these changing tables save a ton of space. 5. Use a foldable changing table. ikea.com You can put this changing table away when not in use. Find this one at Amazon for $79.99. 6. Start with a mini crib. apartmenttherapy.com These are significantly smaller in both length and width than a normal crib. Get this one from Amazon for $123.99. 7. Seek out a crib with built-In changing table. sears.com These are terrific for maximizing space, and usually come with additional storage. Sears has this one for $169.99. 8. Put the crib in a small closet. rebekahgough.blogspot.ca lovelymorning.com This will really open up the space available to you. 9. Hang clothes on the wall. claudiazinzan.com Putting the crib in the closet doesn't mean you can't hang up your baby's clothes. 10. Think vertically. sundancecatalog.com bootsandtotty.com Maximizing as much vertical space as possible will make your life a whole lot easier. One great idea is to use a Farmer's Market Epergne to hold diapers and other baby supplies. Get one from Sundance for $75. 11. Lose the laundry hamper. chiccheapnursery.com Laundry hampers take up a lot of floor space, so try hanging a laundry bag from a hook instead. 12. Install two rods in the closet. hgtv.com Baby and toddler clothes are small, so install two rods to hang twice as many clothes. 13. Use an extra collapsible stroller. toysrus.com These take up a lot less space than a traditional stroller. 14. Hang the stroller up. metrotots.com Closet space is precious in a studio or one bedroom apartment so hang your stroller on the back of a door with the StrollAway, sold at Amazon for $39.99. 15. Remove closet doors. homeperfection-melissa.blogspot.com This will open up the room and make things feel a lot less cramped. 16. Don't use a traditional high chair. Flickr: plasticcandy Clip-on high chairs are especially great for apartment dwellers who don't have a sizable kitchen, and easily clip onto just about any table. Find Phil & Ted's Lobster High Chair at Target for $79.99. 17. Go with a smaller rocking chair. hgtv.sndimg.com Most rocking chairs take up a surprising amount of space, so seek out something smaller like this mid-century modern rocker, available from Overstock for $101.99. 18. Use a dresser as a changing table. mom.me Put all of your diapers, wipes, and other supplies in the top drawer for easy access. Find a four-sided changing mat at Target for $21.99. 19. Mount a diaper supply board over the changing table. projectnursery.com Save space by storing diapers, wipes, and other supplies on a board mounted over the changing table. 20. Push furniture closer together. babydeco.co.uk Your nursery will look every bit as nice and you'll have a lot more space. 21. Put the crib on rollers. diapers.com Being able to move your crib gives you a lot more flexibility in a limited space. Diapers.com has this one for $179.99. 22. Store stuffed animals in a toy hammock. ebay.com Keep the many stuffed animals your child will inevitably acquire from cluttering your home with this hammock, found here for $9.95. 23. Create a baby corner in your bedroom. marriageisthebomb.com If you don't have a room for a nursery you can use a corner of your bedroom. Decorate the nursery area with its own theme so it's less like an extension of your room and more like your baby's own place. 24. Use an over-the-door pocket shoe organizer for nursery storage. attemptingaloha.com Babies only have a few shoes to start, so fill the rest of the pockets with baby medicine, pacifiers, toys, and anything else that's all too easy to lose in a small space. 25. Use a travel baby swing. toysrus.com Travel sized baby swings are smaller than standard ones, but soothe babies every bit as much. Find this one at Babies R Us for $69.98. Are you a parent or parent-to-be looking for a little help figuring things out? Sign up for the BuzzFeed Parents newsletter!