By Helena Carrier. Nursery Decor. Published at Sunday, May 27th, 2018 - 03:26:57 AM.
Parents often feel the nursery occupies their thoughts long before the baby arrives. It is exciting and overwhelming to imagine creating the space your child will dream, laugh and grow in. The baby’s nursery should be unique to your family. A room you love, with a style you feel at home with.
Make sure your crib conforms to all the guidelines for safety and that you have a good, firm mattress. Keep to softer pastel colors – blues, greens, pinks and yellows. Any color you like is good, although some, like blues and greens, are more restful.
Toys: Since toys will inevitably end up in your baby's mouth, choose toys made with natural fibers, or wood toys created with non toxic paints. If you want to go plastic, look for toys made without PVC (polyvinyl chloride). Other things to consider when creating your "green" nursery–choose paints with low VOC's (volatile organic compounds) and invest in an air purifier for baby's room. Hardwood floors treated with a non toxic sealer is the best option for a nursery; however area rugs made of natural fibers with no synthetic dyes are acceptable. While not everyone can afford modern nursery furniture, there are slightly more affordable options out there–just do your research! If you're not quite ready to invest in an eco–friendly nursery, that's OK. It's important to use non toxic cleaners whenever you clean your baby's room. Here's to a healthy, happy baby!
Beddings to match your baby's nursery. It is advisable for the baby bedding to go with the whole design of the room. Maritime theme beddings with depicted submarines and sea creatures will match the nursery of a future naval officer. A great number of various beddings can be easily found on nowadays markets.
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