| 5 Must-Have Furniture to Complete Your Nursery Room
Posted by Maria on 1/27/2014
Preparing for the arrival of your newborn baby? Make sure that your nursery is all decked out and good to go, and has all the necessities that will cater to your baby’s every need.
To give you an idea of what to place inside the nursery, here are the top 5 basic fixtures you should invest in:
- Crib: Without a doubt, a crib is the most important purchase you’ll make for your newborn baby. But with all the different varieties in the market, you have to make sure that the crib you’re getting is made of durable and long-lasting materials. It would also help to buy a crib that’s big enough to accommodate even a toddler for your baby’s future use as well.
- Changing table: The first few months of after you give birth will be all about feeding your baby and changing diapers all day long. Having a changing table will make it more convenient for you to accomplish this tedious task.
- Armoire/Dresser: Even before the birth of your baby, you’d already have tons of clothes, shoes, and other baby accessories that you’ll need to store, organize, and keep inside an armoire or dresser. These cabinets are also good investments for longtime use as well.
- Glider and Ottoman: Parents need their rest as well and this is what a glider and ottoman is for. You can’t stand all day long and carry your baby whenever he/she cries, during feeding, or sleeping time. You can easily lie back and have a more relaxed and less tiresome time while taking care of the baby.
- Lighting Fixture: Nurseries need a more cozy and homey ambiance. Do away with those harsh lights and go for a low-light setup instead by using lampshades, lighting dimmers and accents, nightlight, and so on.
You don't even have to look any further for any of these nursery necessities because you can easily find all these and so much more from Ideal Baby & Kids.
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