Making room for a baby in your tiny NYC apartment — on a budget

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Having a baby is always costly, and in New York City, space and money are especially limited. So there's no way PIX11's Kala Rama is going to get a queen-size bed, nightstand, dresser, crib and armoire into a 10 by 10 foot room, right? Think again.

Rama spoke to interior design expert Kathy Kuo, who shared some amazing tips with the mom-to-be:

  1. Get creative with closets to add extra square footage
  2. Peel and stick wallpaper makes a quick statement
  3. Maximize organization with shelves and storage

Watch the video for more!

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