By Lorelai Killian. Nursery Furniture. Published at Friday, May 25th, 2018 - 20:51:22 PM.
Baby Change Table. If you don't want to give yourself a backache, you definitely need a proper baby change table. These usually have a suitable height flat surface on top with rails around so that baby can't fall off. Beneath you'll find shelves or drawers which are ideal for storing nappies and your baby layette.
Cribs are involved in more infant deaths each year than any other nursery product. Know what to look for when buying a crib. First check the corner posts on the crib. The best option is corner posts that are flush with the headboard and footboard. At most, they should extent 1/16” above the top. They should not be long enough for clothing worn to get hooked on.
Take safety into consideration. A guardrail on the side of the bed that's away from the wall will prevent your child from rolling out of bed at night. You could also place several large pillows on the floor next to the bed, or, if the bed has a trundle with a mattress, pull it out so there's a soft landing spot.
Determine what nursery furnishings you really want and what can be performed without. While it could be lovely to enter a retailer and order one in all the whole lot in an identical set, is it all really necessary? Keep in mind that the manufacturers of nursery furnishings and accessories preserve including to their ranges so they can sell extra, this doesn’t imply that it's important to purchase it all.
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