By Olivia Fay. Nursery Furniture. Published at Friday, May 25th, 2018 - 21:11:07 PM.
Floor space is often at a premium in a shared nursery, so seek out compact, versatile furniture. Select the cribs first. To maximize value, consider convertible cribs that convert to toddler beds and to full–sized headboards. You may want to start with portable bassinets or Moses baskets for the early months, which make it easy to separate a waking baby from a sleeping one.
Furnishing and equipping a nursery for a new arrival can be a very exciting and enjoyable project. Also, if one gives it some thought and invests careful planning, the nursery could well be a very comfortable asset for you and your new bundle of joy.
What do you need to start from? You need to tackle the theme of the baby room first. But remember that the chosen colour for the nursery is far more important than the theme itself. Don't use aggressive and bright fundamental colours to serve as a background to the main design idea even if they are your favourite ones.
Buying a changing table and crib from the same collection gives the nursery a cohesive look, but don't be afraid to combine collections. Matching finishes can tie the look together. Choose a changing table with easily accessible shelves, cabinets or drawers, so you can reach what you need with one hand while keeping your other on your baby. Many have a removable top for easy conversion to a dresser.
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