Have a nursery in a small house? We have you covered

    Congratulations on the new addition to your family!  We at The Powell Group are sure you are beaming with joy at having a new baby.

    If you have a small house, though, finding the space to care for him or her can be a cumbersome task.  Don’t worry!  We’ve got you covered.

    There's plenty of things to do in a small nursery
    There’s plenty of things to do in a small nursery
    1. If you don’t have a lot of room in your nursery, you won’t be able to fit a lot of furniture items.  Therefore, use the top of the dresser as your changing area.  You’ll be able to do the necessary tasks there and you’ll save room for the other items in the room.
    2. Thanks to your baby shower, you probably have a lot of items for your little one, especially clothes.  Use the space you have to organize everything just as you would in your bedroom.  After a few months, your baby will grow out of those clothes and you can focus on a few new outfits.  Give the infant-sized clothes to a new mom or donate them.
    3. Furniture that serves two purposes is a great way to be economical and save room in the nursery.  If you can find ways to combine things, it’ll work wonders for you.
    4. Consider storing toys.  Babies have plenty of toys to play with, and they will naturally choose some over others.  Those toys that don’t get picked can easily be stored in the nursery closet or any other area in the house.  It will free up space for your baby to focus on the toys he or she loves most.

    The Powell Group invites you to explore other ways to make room for baby.  If you have any other housing questions, our team members have your answers.

    If you are moving to the Western Upstate of South Carolina, log on to our website and view all of our available homes.  We are sure you will find exactly what you are looking for.

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