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Nursery Room Furniture

Having kids is one of the greatest blessings I have ever had, I still remember when I was expecting my first child, although I was very nervous to be a mother but the thought of working on a nursery room for my child, made me even more excited for the bouncing baby. 

I found myself browsing through the web, looking for some unique decor ideas for my nursery room and I have compiled some of the ideas I liked together, in two articles. Here are some of the ideas, to help you get started on working on the nursery room.


Multi-purpose Changing Table

If you think you won't have enough space for a changing table, maybe you could find something that has both the changing table and also some storage space. You can help change your baby's diapers and also clothes without having to move back and forth in the room.



Adaptable Furniture

I know its hard, but the truth is, babies grow up fast. Because of that, you're going to need to buy adaptable furniture, that would cater your kid's needs regardless of his/her's age. The storage wardrobe in the picture above could be used to store bottles, napkins, diapers and so on, when your child is just a baby. Slowly, when your child ages up, you could store their toys. Proving that this furniture is worth the space in the nursery.


Movable Cribs

In relation to adaptable furniture, movable cribs are great for when you would like to watch that favorite TV show and also supervise your little one. Plus, my little one used to love falling asleep to the voices from the television shows, although it may be noisy sometimes, but it used to soothe my child very well.


Nursery on a Budget

You don't have to blow all of your savings on nursery room furniture, there are always some second hand nursery furniture in really good condition, some even barely used! If you're not happy with the color or wood stain, you could always re-paint/re-stain them to your liking. You could even buy a throw blanket close to the theme color of your nursery room to cover up the chair which has the pattern or color you're not happy with.



Bring the stars to your child's room. My kid loves looking at the twinkle-y lights, I love sticking on some glow in the dark stars around my child's room and the ceiling, it helps set the vibe for bed time. 


These were some of the ideas I went through before I had my first child, I didn't expect it to be so much but trust me, everything will be worth it in the end. To really personalise the space, give your walls soft colours. Well, if you prefer a bold look; there's no rule in the handbook that says you shouldn't anyway! If you find painting too risky, you could opt for wall stickers

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