Decorations. Published at Monday, July 02nd 2018, 09:39:45 AM by Dawn.
Nursery Furniture should be made of materials that are safe for children. Prepare for your baby's room is a fun activity. What should be considered in preparing the room to make the baby feel comfortable? This of course involves the decor, layout until the selection of goods for babies. The first factor that needs more attention is the system of ventilation and air circulation in the nursery. At least, it should have one large window that allows air circulation spin well. In addition, it is also used to accommodate the morning sun that is good for bone and health of the baby. Thus, the nursery does not seem dark and damp.
The other Important Factors in Nursery Furniture
The second one is about the furniture and baby equipment. If the room is not too big, the nursery is simply filled with the main furniture such as cribs, cabinets, shelves and chairs. Pay attention to where to put the baby furniture in order to facilitate the mother to move. If there is still space available, you can add the baby swing, toy boxes and decorative shelves. The third is your accuracy in selecting materials, colors and patterns. Adjust these factors with your baby's sex. This time, it is available an assortment of cute motifs for baby girls and boys.
How about the Safety Factors?
Make sure the selected crib has the best security system. This should have a key that can only be opened by the hands of adults. In addition, make sure that the distance of the radius of the bars is not too small and too wide so that baby's head and body are not pinched. You also need to choose the non-toxic paint that will not cause allergies in baby. Do not put a carpet or rug in the nursery because it can keep the dust. It would be better if you use wood or tile floors.
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