The space-saving Puj infant bathtub folds down flat and can be hung on the back of a bathroom door. $45.
38% smaller than the average crib, the Origami Mini Crib can easily be moved and even collapsed when not in use. $269.
Invented by a city-dwelling mom, the StrollAway is an adjustable, over-the-door hook for your umbrella stroller. $40.
Attractive and portable, these canvas drums offer versatile storage. $50 to $76.
Yes, the oval shape of this solid beechwood crib is elegant, but more important, it saves precious space in a small nursery because it fits in spots where rectangular cribs cannot. Space-strapped parents also appreciate the lockable swivel wheels that make moving the bed from room to room quick and easy. Though the Sleepi crib and mattress is a bit pricey, you'll get your money's worth, as this crib is designed to grow with your child: With extra conversion kits, the bed will be able to accommodate your child up until his 10th birthday. $799, $199 for required mattress.
Hook-on high chairs are supreme space savers, and we appreciate how this one from Chicco was designed with safety in mind. Most notably, its rubber grips clamp down securely on any table up to 5.5" thick, offering baby a super-stable place to eat. Another handy feature: The chair rotates a full 360° and locks in six positions, so you can feed your baby from any angle. Afterward, simply pop the tray insert in the dishwasher for easy cleanup. $74.99.
Once your baby has outgrown the hook-on chair, transition her to this compact toddler booster seat, which is designed to fit with most standard dining room tables. Two straps secure it to any chair, while slip-resistant feet and a three-point harness keep squirmy tots in place. $41.
The smaller size of this chic travel crib makes it perfect for trips to Grandma's—and your cramped living room. At less than 35 inches wide and 25 inches deep, it's a cozy spot for your sleepy sweetie to nap or hang out in while you tackle all those two-handed tasks you've been neglecting lately. When sleep time is over, you'll appreciate the easy one-handed fold and lightweight aluminum frame. $120.
A changing table can be tough to justify when you don't have an extra square foot to spare. But this slim workhorse is worth considering, since it doubles as a mini-dresser now and, eventually, a preschooler's desk. (Just flip the top and lower it!) $149.
Diaper disposal systems come in handy, especially in the early months, but they're bulky. Not so with the Diaper Dekor, which is a trim 10 inches wide but still holds 40 size 1 diapers. Best part? When baby's out of dipes, you can relocate the pail to the bathroom and use it as a trash can. $31.45.
This clever kitchen helpmate is as functional as it is fun. Just plop bottles, nipples, and sippy cups down on the narrow strip of "grass" to dry a mess of mealtime tools. $15.99.