It's very doable. Babies don't take up much space at all.
When my youngest was born she was in our room until she was two.
We coslept, so no cot. I had a change table in the corner of the room with all of her clothes folded on shelves underneath. That's about it really. Oh a rocker in that lived in the loungeroom and a bucket of toys for her as well.
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We have a 3br house but DS was cosleeping with us for a year. We had a mattress to give us a break if needed. For clothes/baby stuff - you don't need much.
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