Designing a Baby’s Room

Designing a nursery for your little one can be a fun and rewarding experience. However, it may also be a bit daunting, especially when you don’t know where to begin and you’re full of questions like where do I start? Which room can I convert? What needs to be stowed away in a self storage unit? What Colour scheme to go for?Designing your baby’s room should be a fun project for the parents. It always pays to plan for a decorating scheme and the rundown of furniture that goes with it. The essential thing you can do is to make the nursery a place to smile, relax, and enjoy.

If you feel overwhelmed, take a moment, and read on these helpful nursery designs to help you prepare your own baby’s room.

The Crib

The crib is an essential part of any baby’s room. It should be your investment piece. You may be thinking that a crib is only a temporary item because your baby will soon grow up. However, keep in mind that your baby will sleep in the crib for three or more years. That’s why you need to invest in a crib that meets all safety standards. If you also have a plan to have more children, you will need a sturdy crib to last several kids.

Some cribs can convert to toddler beds and even full-size beds. Choose the one that fits your needs and budget. In terms of crib style, you can choose any style you want for as long as the quality is there. If you plan on having more children, keep the crib gender-neutral.

The Crib Bedding

Invest in plenty of cribs fitted sheet because you will be using them more often. Consider the style of your crib when planning to buy the bedding. Combining the crib and its bedding is a great place to experiment and pull in your style. You can also incorporate a theme or build a color palette for your baby’s room.

Look for bedding that is 100% cotton to keep the baby’s sensitive skin healthy and happy.

The Nursery Chair

It is also an essential part of your nursery since this a place to sit comfortably. You’ll use this chair to rock your baby to sleep, feed, and carry her. It will be a place of a lot of parent-baby bonding moments. That’s why you need to choose your chair wisely.

You can consider buying a glider or a rocking chair. Either of the two can help you both to sleep. Choose a fabric that can hold up to a lot of use. Look for one that has armrests to support your tired arms. For decorations, you can add a throw pillow of your style.

When you are in a budget, invest in a sturdy rocking chair that can later transfer to your master bedroom.

Additional Things to Keep in Mind

You can also put a small bookcase next to the chair for your bedtime stories. Make room for a lot of storage since you’ll be needing a lot of things. You can also place an established family sign at the door of the nursery.

Remember, a nursery will be an essential part of your home.

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