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Baby Room Design

Baby Room Design

Baby nurseries should be designed to please adults too. Your child might not remember the stylish crib (or those amazingly chic curtains you bought to contrast the stripes you painted on the walls), but they will remember the feeling of love and security that comes from being in a nursery you both enjoy. As you browse nursery ideas, keep in mind which features will make you most comfortable — if you’re comfortable and relaxed, it’s likely your baby will be too. How do I choose baby girl room ideas?Nurseries for girls can range from soft and sweet to bold and bright. Colors play an important role in girls’ nursery designs; while pink is the obvious color choice for such baby rooms, don’t feel like you have to conform to this standard. Pick a color that you like — maybe an elegant deep purple or a soft coral, and incorporate it into the room so that it’s not overbearing. Don’t be afraid to use patterns in wallpaper, rugs and curtains to introduce your color into baby rooms. Mixing and matching feminine florals, solids and geometrics in coordinating colors can help achieve a layered look and be visually stimulating for your baby girl. How do I choose baby boy room ideas?When it comes to baby room ideas for the little guy, picking a theme can be more important than color. Most nursery themes for boys use a similar color palette: white, blues, greens and maybe a hint of red. So think about what toys or hobbies your boy might grow up to like; sports, motor vehicles (cars, trains and planes) and the great outdoors are perfect starting points for your boy nursery ideas. You can even go with something as simple and masculine as plaid. With plain furniture, you can use toys, bedding and fun wall decals or photos as nursery decor to bring the theme to life throughout the space. How do I decorate a gender neutral nursery?Finding good neutral nursery decorating ideas is easier than you might think. If you want to be surprised, or are lucky enough to have twins of different genders, a neutral nursery design will be welcoming to all small bundles of joy. Neutral does not have to be boring. Play with mixing shades of blues, greens, yellows and oranges, and bring in some metallic or wood accents to tie things together. Have fun with the furniture and textures in the room. Look for pieces that will transition well to either gender. Animals and outdoor motifs, such as nautical or beach themes, are great neutral nursery room ideas. If you find something you like, go for it! Make sure you are using products that will be safe for your child once they start crawling, climbing and walking — it happens sooner than you might think.
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Baby Room Design

Decor Now that you have most of the functional pieces of your nursery, you can get to work really decorating the space. The rug is a great place to start. It can add a lot of personality to the space. Here are a few things to consider when choosing a kids rug. If you have wood flooring, opt for a plush wool or shag rug. It’ll cushion baby as he learns to sit, crawl and walk. If you go the shag route, just be sure the shag is a short pile. Long pile rugs can pose a choking hazard. If you have carpet, opt for a flat weave construction. It will add color to the space without any additional bulk. No matter the construction, choose one that cleans easily. Wool rugs can take a beating and clean up beautifully. Some cotton versions can be machine washed. Just be sure whatever you choose, that it’s easy to spot clean because you will definitely be spot cleaning it. Curtains are a very important part of the nursery design, since you’ll likely want your baby to sleep a bit in the middle of the day. Be sure to use a blackout shade or choose curtains with a built in blackout liner, so you can darken the room at naptime. If you have a small space, consider roman shades or short tailored panels. They’ll add far less bulk to the room and help to keep it looking spacious. When it comes to decor, the only rule to follow is that there aren’t really rules. If you fill your space with things that make you happy, the result will be beautiful and will make you happy. The nursery is a great place to display items that have been handed down through your family, as well as new items that you’re drawn to. The room doesn’t have to scream “baby.” It should be a reflection of your taste and style, just as the rest of your home is a reflection of your family. If this is your second child, consider having your older child make something for the new baby’s room. Perhaps a finger-painting that you frame and add to a gallery wall. If you’re still intimidated by the process of the actual design, start with color inspiration. Find a photograph of an outfit or room or landscape that has an overall palette that you’re drawn to. Then, pull from that. Consider making a Pinterest board to gather ideas. It’ll really help to visualize the space. And, if there’s one thing parenting will teach you, it’s to ask for help when you need it. So, ask a friend or ask us. We’d be happy to design the whole room, or just look over your ideas and give you the thumbs up.
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Baby Room Design

Now that you have most of the functional pieces of your nursery, you can get to work really decorating the space. The rug is a great place to start. It can add a lot of personality to the space. Here are a few things to consider when choosing a kids rug. If you have wood flooring, opt for a plush wool or shag rug. It’ll cushion baby as he learns to sit, crawl and walk. If you go the shag route, just be sure the shag is a short pile. Long pile rugs can pose a choking hazard. If you have carpet, opt for a flat weave construction. It will add color to the space without any additional bulk. No matter the construction, choose one that cleans easily. Wool rugs can take a beating and clean up beautifully. Some cotton versions can be machine washed. Just be sure whatever you choose, that it’s easy to spot clean because you will definitely be spot cleaning it. Curtains are a very important part of the nursery design, since you’ll likely want your baby to sleep a bit in the middle of the day. Be sure to use a blackout shade or choose curtains with a built in blackout liner, so you can darken the room at naptime. If you have a small space, consider roman shades or short tailored panels. They’ll add far less bulk to the room and help to keep it looking spacious. When it comes to decor, the only rule to follow is that there aren’t really rules. If you fill your space with things that make you happy, the result will be beautiful and will make you happy. The nursery is a great place to display items that have been handed down through your family, as well as new items that you’re drawn to. The room doesn’t have to scream “baby.” It should be a reflection of your taste and style, just as the rest of your home is a reflection of your family. If this is your second child, consider having your older child make something for the new baby’s room. Perhaps a finger-painting that you frame and add to a gallery wall. If you’re still intimidated by the process of the actual design, start with color inspiration. Find a photograph of an outfit or room or landscape that has an overall palette that you’re drawn to. Then, pull from that. Consider making a Pinterest board to gather ideas. It’ll really help to visualize the space. And, if there’s one thing parenting will teach you, it’s to ask for help when you need it. So, ask a friend or ask us. We’d be happy to design the whole room, or just look over your ideas and give you the thumbs up.
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Baby Room Design

The nursery chair. ” This may well be the most important purchase in your nursery, a comfortable place to sit. You’ll sit here to rock your baby to sleep, feed her, read to her, laugh with her, cuddle with her, maybe even share a good cry at 4am with her. In short, it’ll be a place of a lot of parent-baby bonding. So, choose your rocking chair wisely. Consider a rocking chair or glider. The movement will help lull you both to sleep. Look for a fabric that cleans easily and holds up to a lot of use. Did we mention you’ll be sitting here a lot? And there will be spit up, poop, etc. to deal with. Choose a rocking chair or glider with arm rests to support your tired arms. As well, one that’s roomy enough for your now tiny baby to cuddle up with you when she’s a rambunctious toddler. Be sure the chair back height is comfortable for you and your significant other. Consider adding a throw pillow for additional lumbar support. If it’s in the budget, invest in a beautiful rocking chair that can later move to your family room or master bedroom. A high-quality, rocking chair can become a family heirloom that you pass onto your grandkids (many, many, many years from now). Lastly, be sure your rocking chair or glider is beautiful and reflects your taste. If you’re on a budget, this is an opportunity to repurpose a piece from elsewhere in the house. Additional Things To Consider: This area of the nursery isn’t just about the chair. It’s also about what you can reach while seated while holding a sleeping infant, too afraid to move for fear of waking him. So, again, like the changing table, be sure everything you need is close at hand. Consider a small bookcase next to the chair for bedtime stories, or your favorite novels. Choose one with a flat top so you have a place to set a bottle of water, your camera and any other essentials you might need while held captive in the rocking chair by your adorable baby. Be sure you have a lamp nearby that you can easily reach to switch off once baby is fast asleep. And don’t forget an ottoman, so you can put your feet up…you deserve it, it’s been a long day. And a throw blanket, so you can get really cozy if needed.

Baby Room Design

Baby Room Design
Baby Room Design
Baby Room Design

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