By Alisz Schmitt. Baby Room. Published at Sunday, August 12th, 2018 - 10:41:42 AM.
Mix and Match Nursery: This involves the use of different bright and bold colours in a variety of shades and patterns in a baby’s room. Nothing really has to match but everything goes. Colour Block Nursery: Pick a few of your favourite colours and create a colour block mural on the wall of the nursery.
A glider and ottoman or a rocking chair are also great furniture pieces to have in the baby room. They provide a place to sit not only during late night feedings but also when you just want to spend some quality time cuddling and bonding with the baby. A toy box and bookcase are other furniture items you might consider for the baby room. Both will provide much needed storage for the many items a baby requires and will help keep the room organized and tidy.
The most important things to remember while you design your baby room is to create a space that you and your baby will enjoy and to have fun with the experience since designing your baby’s room is a joyful occasion that you should be able to look back on fondly.
A dresser and/or changing table is also another essential baby room furniture item. You can get a combo piece that works as both or purchase each piece individually. The dresser is important for providing storage for baby clothes and the changing table provides a designated changing and diapering area. If you get a furniture piece that is a combination of the two, you can convert the changing table part when your baby outgrows the need for it and continue to use it in their room as they grow.
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