The arrival of a baby is an event that all parents look forward to. However, even though the baby hasn’t yet shown up, you should already be working on getting the room set up properly. To make the right choice, there are various criteria to consider.
Opt for a complete and progressive room
Finding the right layout for your unborn baby’s room is not always easy. To make it easier for you, you can choose a complete baby room. A fully equipped baby room has the advantage of saving you time. Usually it already includes a cradle, changing table and wardrobe.
You can also opt for a nursery that can be upgraded. The main advantage of a complete and expandable nursery is that it is practical and economical. It is ready to receive your baby as soon as he or she is born, but grows with your baby. This means that when your baby grows up, you don’t have to spend money to make regular changes to the room.
Floor and wall coverings adapted for a healthy and pleasant interior.
Choosing the right room for your baby is not only about the choice of furniture. It also includes the floor and wall coverings. For example, solid or laminated parquet flooring has the dual advantage of being non-allergic and pleasant to the touch. Carpet, on the other hand, is not suitable. This type of flooring retains dust and dust mites.
For wall covering, the most common choices are paper and paint. In both cases, you should always make sure that they do not contain chemicals that could harm your baby’s health. You have a wide choice in terms of colours and patterns.
Mistakes to be avoided for a successful design of your baby’s room
When you furnish the baby’s room, the key word is simplicity. Therefore, priority should be given to furniture that is practical for you, the parents, and comfortable for your child. In other words, in order to allow the room to breathe, you must avoid the accumulation of imposing furniture such as massive cupboards, large bookcases, etc.
Once you have chosen the right furniture, you must also find a clever layout. For the bed, choose a location away from the door so that the noise does not disturb the baby. Place a chair near the crib for you. Finally, it is advisable to place the changing table close to the chest of drawers so that you can keep an eye on him.