By Alexandra Mello. Nursery Furniture. Published at Saturday, January 20th, 2018 - 10:24:37 AM.
Make it feel cozy and welcoming. A twin bed can seem large after a crib, so pile blankets or stuffed animals at either end to make it cozier. Some parents prefer to start with a toddler bed, which has the same size mattress as a crib but has open sides so the child can get used to climbing into and out of bed independently. A toddler bed also lets the child get accustomed to sleeping in a bed that is made up with a flat sheet, blankets and a quilt.
Ask family and associates to help furnish your nursery. Individuals are going to buy issues for you and the baby, so why not ask them to help you buy the nursery furniture. Individuals could go together on larger gadgets or some might simply provde the money to purchase no matter you want. Let everybody know you want to assist with furnishing the nursery.
Safety, as always, every crib from Pottery Barn Kids is rigorously tested to meet or exceed all required and voluntary safety standards enacted by the US Product Safety Commission, the American Society of Testing Manufacturers and the Canadian Crib and Cradles Regulations. For more information, see our crib safety tips.
Healthy Baby, Healthy Planet. Since the nursery is the room you'll be in most once you have your baby, eco–friendly and baby–safe products are important. The Comfort Swivel Rocker is constructed with many different eco–friendly materials, including hardwood certified by the Sustainable Forestry Initiative. Along with the hardwood frame, the soft seat cushion is made using 20% soy–based foam surrounded by recycled fiber. Additionally, the round base is made of 80% recycled metal and the springs are 70% recycled heavy–gauge steel.
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