If you are having a baby, you need to plan for many things. One of these things is the baby nursery. It can be fun designing it and getting it all set up. If you are just starting doing this, below are three tips you should find helpful. This will ensure your baby's room will be perfect for them, as well as for you.
Keep Everything Close
When you have your baby on the changing table, you cannot step away from it for even one second. For this reason, place the changing table in an area where you can keep everything close, such as diapers, the diaper pail, diaper wipes, lotions, powder, etc. You should be able to reach these things with one arm while still being able to keep one hand on your baby.
Paint the Room
There are many paint colors that go well with a baby's room. What you choose depends on if you have a boy or girl, such as light blue or pink, or you could paint the room a neutral color, such as pastel green or yellow.
Choose paint that is free from volatile organic compounds (VOCs), as the Environmental Protection Agency has stated this type of paint can affect indoor air quality. It could cause your baby to have problems with throat, nose, and eye irritation, nausea, headaches, and even damage to the kidneys and liver. Talk with the paint salesperson about the paint you are purchasing to determine if it has this compound in it.
Hire a professional to paint the room for you to ensure it looks perfect for you and your baby.
Make it Look Larger
If the room is small, you can make it appear larger. For example, paint three walls a pale color and one wall a deeper shade. This can make the room appear larger because the darker wall will appear to recede when someone walks in the room. Use minimalist curtains, such as light Roman shades with a valance or you could use simple blinds.
Because a baby requires a lot of things, having them in sight can make a small room even smaller. Put a crib skit around the baby's crib. You can then "hide" things underneath it but still can get to them easily. For example, you may purchase extra diapers for your baby. Purchase plastic storage bins for any extra baby cloths and blankets.
When you are finished with your baby's room, find yourself a comfortable rocking chair to place in the room so you and your baby will have a special place during feeding times. For more information, contact companies like Carvey Painting & Decorating Inc.Share