By Stephanie Busby. Nursery Decor. Published at Saturday, May 26th, 2018 - 07:20:04 AM.
Soft shades of pink, blue and yellow are no longer top choices when it comes to decorating a baby's nursery. Now, beautiful color combinations of chocolate brown and sage green have taken over baby's room. The combination of these two colors actually balances each other out perfectly and are completely versatile. Which means that the colors fit both a boy or girl's room. Chocolate brown and sage green can also create a fabulous modern nursery room for baby. And why not? Babies deserves to be stylish too!
However, all may not be as it seems so you must be careful when choosing bedding for your nursery. Some baby bedding on the market today can be made from or contain polyester or acrylic. These items can include quilts and blankets. These are man made fabrics that use plastic. When they are heated by the warmth of your baby's body they can give off gasses which may irritate baby's tender eyes and skin.
Sets Are Simple, like all types of bedding you’ll be able to find individual items and sets in sizes to meet your individual needs. Sets can be an excellent way to save some cash and guarantee that everything matches perfectly. Many camouflage bedding sets are really convenient and often will include extra items. For teens and children most parents go with a comforter set since they normally have a comforter, fitted sheet, flat sheet, pillow cases, and shams which is why they are often called a “bed in a bag” as they have everything you need.
The only crib accessory that you want inside the crib when the baby’s sleeping is perhaps a small, foam wedge that you can use to keep the baby from rolling on her stomach. Sleeping on her back or on her side is the position many experts recommend at first. The sheets should always be fresh and clean; use unscented detergent in case your baby’s sensitive to fragrances. Keep the room dust–free and the space underneath the crib clutter–free, so it won’t accumulate dust. If your baby’s sensitive to dust, you don’t want to trigger a bout of sneezing and a runny nose at bedtime or naptime.
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