TIPS ON PREPARING A NURSERY.Posted by: amazingkozi | Posted on: December 17, 2019
- Crib. A crib before all else must be safe.
The best place to put the crib is near the door of your baby’s room so you can quickly reach her when you’re stumbling around in the middle of the night, or in case of an emergency. Also, follow these safety guidelines as you place the crib. Never put your baby’s crib near a window.
- Waterproof Mattress Cover.
- Crib Sheet.
- Nursing Chair and Pillow.
- Drawers and Dressers.
- Diapers, Wipes, and Clothes.
When babies are first born, the only colors they can see well are black, white and grey. You’ll want to introduce a few colors into baby’s room, but experts recommend avoiding painting the walls red because it is the first color a baby sees, and a room with mostly red can be confusing.
Think About Safety First. Finish all painting and wallpapering at least eight weeks before baby’s arrival should be at the top of your nursery checklist.
- Hang eye catching prints or artwork.
- Pick colourful nursery furniture.
- Use removable wallpaper.
- Incorporate colourful throw pillows.
- Choose colourful crib bedding.
NB:Gray is the perfect neutral. Clean, bright and versatile, this popular nursery color is both chic and sensible. Whether you’re looking for a color scheme that will stand the test of time or just hoping for a fresh take on the traditional gender-neutral palette, gray is a great way to go.
- Red. Red has the ability to energize the body and excite the mind, increasing heart and breathing rates.
- Orange. Largely underused, orange is perhaps one of the most misunderstood colors in the paint deck.
- Buy secondhand. Not everything in your baby’s room needs to be brand-new.
- Search online. Check out sites like Craigslist and eBay, where you can often find new items at discount prices.
- Look for long term pieces.
- Try wall decals.
- Get personal.
- Skip the pricey bedding.
- Choose low-cost storage.
Choosing nursery colors for a baby can be tricky. … Psychological studies, first conducted by advertising firms, suggest that colors can influence mood and behavior, stimulate the brain and body, and even affect your little one’s health. Marketing experts have been using these findings to their advantage for decades.
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