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How To Organize Your Baby's Nursery With Decorative Storage Items

A baby's room can get cluttered fast, especially if it is the first child since everyone goes nuts with gift giving for the first baby a couple has. One of the hardest things is keeping all of that stuff organized so that it isn't always all over the floor and underfoot. There a several things that you can do to keep the nursery uncluttered that will not interfere with your design plans for the room.

One of the things that you will want to do is look at storage bins that are available on rollers or casters. You really can't beat these, some of them even come with a changing table built in on top of them. It is really easy to just add a decorative piece of cloth that will match the nursery and hide the fact that the storage bin is really a utility cart. The cool thing about the storage carts with wheels is that they are easy to move around and can be easily updated and changed as the child grows up.

Another great option is the under the crib variety of storage unit. These types of storage bins can be found almost anywhere and will easily slide under the crib to keep it out of site. This is also a great place to store the baby clothes that don't fit yet so that they are out of site. If you have a crib skirt it will hide the bin as well, if not you can always buy bins that have colors that match the theme of the nursery.

The majority of new parents these days will have a changing table that will hold a variety of your baby's needs as well as diapers. You can come up with a lot of decorative and fun ideas to make the changing table a nicely styled storage space. These will easily fit under the crib or in any small space. The best thing to do is have an array of bins that will hold anything from diaper creams, teething supplies, baby towels, and more. This way you not only have a matching piece of furniture but also something functional.

I know if you have a baby you also have tons of stuffed animals, everyone does. If someone can't think of a good gift to buy they will usually buy a stuffed animal so you end up with stacks of them. Most people want to keep them as keepsakes for when they get older. One thing that is cool is using a hammock that you can throw them all in and hang in a corner. It looks great and can easily be moved down so they can reach it as they get older. This also adds a great decoration to the room and it's a must have for keeping down clutter.

 


Crib Sets For Expectant Parents

Perhaps one of the delightful tasks in expecting a baby is shopping for crib sets. First time parents, in particular, will get mesmerized with the wide array of crib bedding, furniture, and a lot more. Oftentimes, they end up feeling helpless in the pursuit of finding the best crib sets for their incoming little angels.

Therefore, before anything else, the design is the first thing you should look at. Is your baby a boy or a girl? There are usually different designs that go well with girls and boys alike.

But if you want a neutral tone, you can find one, too. There are sets which have the same theme, and you can also find individual bedding that comes in certain pattern, theme, and color.

One other vital factor to consider is the atmosphere you want your baby to live in. Earth tones usually result to a tranquil room. As for an animated room, a great option for you is a patterned design with different bright colors.

Moreover, you might want to choose crib sets design that will match your baby's nursery. There are various colors that matches well, so be sure they complement each other.

Fitted sheet, crib bumper and skirt, and quilt are four pieces that is commonly found in crib sets. Extra items are also offered in the market which is individually sold. They can make a wonderful addition to the recent appearance of the baby's nursery.

You can also add in some additional equipment you can use like baby blankets, rug, mobile, and diaper stack. On the other hand, you might want to stay away from matching the furniture too much. Rather, you can always go for a little consistency while choosing an off color once in a while. This will balance the theme for your room.

Crib sets come in different price as well. There are different offers that you can find online or in your local shop. So, make sure you know what you need before stepping into any store. It is more likely that you spend a little between $40 and $200.

In the end, you will realize that crib sets make a great investment especially if you are expecting another baby any time soon.

 


Green Baby Nursery Essentials

If you are expecting a new baby and plan on making a green baby nursery, then keep reading for important tips and information. Creating a green or eco-friendly nursery is one of the best decisions you'll make for your baby. An eco-friendly nursery is healthier than a standard or conventionally remodeled room. Here are some basic tips to follow:

Paint
Use only low or no VOC paint. VOCs (volatile organic compounds) are harmful. The gasses from the paint and are unhealthy for you, your baby and the environment. Almost all good-quality paint manufacturers produce low or zero-VOC paint. Alternatively, there are other eco-friendly paint options, such as milk-based paint.

Lighting
Select energy-saving light fixtures and light bulbs. Low-voltage and compact fluorescent lighting fixtures and lamps are the most eco-friendly way to go for your nursery.

Window Treatments
Go for light-colored window treatments as they will allow natural-light into the nursery while still blocking enough light for your baby to nap comfortably. Consider drapes made from hemp or organic cotton or roller shades made from PVC-free material.

Carpeting
Many synthetic carpets release off-gas VOCs. Instead of synthetic carpet, choose wool or jute carpet. Alternatively, use area rugs or carpet tiles.

Toys
Avoid toys made with harmful paint. Look for organic plush cotton toys or wooden toys.

The Crib
Like most wooden furniture, most cribs are not eco-friendly. The problems with cribs are that many are made with unsustainable wood or formaldehyde-filled plywood and utilize VOC finishes. Fortunately, there are several green crib options. Your best bet for selecting nursery furniture is to purchase unfinished, untreated wood. Take the time to research the many eco-friendly crib options.

Bedding
Bedding is the most important part of the nursery when it comes to making it eco-friendly. Your baby will have direct, face-to-bed contact with the bedding. Start by purchasing an organic cotton mattress. Stay with natural fibers for the rest of your crib bedding, including the mattress pad, sheets and changing pads. Organic cotton or bamboo crib sheets are an excellent green choice.

 




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