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For a baby, the nursery is a room they’ll be in for a lot of their day. It should be a place where they feel relaxed and comfortable. You can create the best nursery for your child just by adding and changing a few things.
Here are 8 ways to enhance your child’s nursery.
1. Think About the Lighting
Depending on what style you’re after, there are different ways to go about lighting the nursery. You might want to use paper lanterns, lamps, or chandeliers. Another idea is to install little lights on the ceiling for a creative star effect for your baby to fall asleep to.
2. Keep it Simple—at Least at the Start
Babies aren’t born being able to see all colors—That develops as they grow. Don’t stress your baby by adding too much color stimulation.
3. Customize the Walls
Walls serve as great ways to make a room feel more personalized. You might choose to paint a wall mural, paint a wall with chalkboard paint, and add wallpaper or decals. You could also stencil the walls yourself for a more affordable alternative. Even simply hanging up photographs would add a personal touch. You can also add cheap flowers; real or fake it’s your call. You can always teach them colours using these stimulating blooms!
4. Incorporate Storage into the Design
Something as simple as a bookshelf can be used as storage. Items like picture frames can be placed there out of reach. You could also use some of the shelf space for a few storage baskets. Storage doesn’t have to take up a lot of room space. Installing shelves on the walls is a great way to have easy access while taking up minimal space. Here are some more ideas.
5. Choose a Color Scheme
With so many colors available, the possibilities are endless. You could choose complimentary colors, neutral colors, vibrant colors, etc.
6. Add a Rug
Rugs are great additions to rooms. They add boundary areas, color, and can serve as sensory stimulation.
7. Don’t Forget About the Ceiling
Adding a mobile is a wonderful way to liven up a room and add personality.
8. Think Practically
Your child will outgrow the nursery in what seems like no time at all, and if you’re on a budget, this can be a pretty big deal. You can combat this by purchasing items that can have more than one life and painting the wall in a color or design that won’t need to be re-painted later on.