Top Tips for Designing Your Baby Nursery: Creating A Space That’s As Unique as You

Top Tips for Designing Your Baby Nursery

There’s no doubt that your baby’s nursery will be one of the most special rooms in your home. It will be a place that you and your child return to time and again as you help them grow from a newborn into a little person. While there’s plenty of scope for making the space represent your unique tastes, some universal principles of good design should be followed to create an appealing, comfortable and practical room for your child. Here are some top tips for designing the perfect baby nursery:

Space and Light

The most important aspects of your baby’s nursery design are space and light. Your child will be spending a lot of time in their nursery, and this is a room that you will be spending a lot of time in too. Whether it is feeding and changing your little one, looking after them if they are unwell, or just playing and reading with them, this is the room where most of these activities will take place. Practicality should be key, but you will also want the room to be a space you enjoy. Make sure there is sufficient natural lighting as well as light fixtures in the room too.

Colour and Patterns

There are no hard and fast rules when creating a colour scheme for your baby’s nursery. There is, however, plenty of evidence to suggest that specific colour schemes are more appropriate for a baby’s room than others. As a general rule, you should avoid using red in a baby’s room, as this colour is thought to be a sleep disruptor. Regarding other colours, there are no hard and fast rules. You may wish to create a bold or neutral nursery or even a room that reflects a theme, such as animals, characters, or even nature.

Furniture and Storage

Baby furniture is a huge industry, with plenty of designers creating pieces as unique as they are functional; you can see great examples in the Cuckoolands nursery furniture collection. You will, of course, want to select stylish and safe furniture for your child. You should try to resist the temptation to overfill the nursery with pieces of furniture, no matter how useful each item may appear. Some pieces are almost essential in a baby’s nursery. A cot is an obvious choice that will be used for many years. You may also wish to include a changing table in the room, which will be used for many daily tasks. A wardrobe will help store baby clothes and other items. A chest of drawers can be used for storing other essentials such as books, toys and blankets. Other furniture items, such as chairs and tables, can be added if necessary.

Safety First

You should select items that are as stylish as they are functional. Examples include blackout blinds, a safety gate, a stable cot and a vibration-free table. A few safety equipment pieces may help prevent your child from accessing dangerous items. For example, you can purchase a plastic cover for your plug sockets to prevent curious little fingers from touching the live parts.

Summing up

The baby nursery is the room that you and your little one will return to again and again. This is a room that you will want to be both beautiful and functional, as it will be used for everything from feeding and changing your little one to reading and playing with them. When designing a nursery, there are no hard and fast rules, but plenty of principles of good design should be followed to create an appealing, comfortable and practical room for your child.

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Vicki Renz

Vicki Renz

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