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Rockabye Baby: Nursery Room Essentials For Your Home

Are you about to welcome a new little one into your home? Congratulations! If this is your first baby, it’s an exciting time filled with unexpected joys and many beautiful moments to look forward to experiencing. One of the most fun things you need to do to get ready for that bundle of joy is to create a warm space in your home for the nursery. Here are a few tips on setting up a nursery room in your home.

Choose A Room Nearby Yours

You probably have an idea of which room in your home that you want to use for the nursery. Hopefully, it’s nearby yours so that you don’t have to go very far for those middle of the night feedings. If you have to convert an existing office or other space in your home make sure you get it done as early as possible, so you aren’t scrambling in your final trimester to have the baby’s room ready.

Pick Out The Right Crib And Furniture

The crib is one of the most important features of your baby’s room. You might want to invest in a convertible crib that will grow with the baby into a toddler bed when they are about two-years-old.

Putting the crib together can be a fun time to bond with your spouse or a friend. If you don’t have the skills or time, it’s easy to hire someone that will construct the crib the right way.

Another piece of furniture you may want in the baby’s room is a small loveseat or rocking recliner. This is the perfect way to snuggle up to your baby while you feed them or lull them to sleep in comfort.

Stick To A Color Scheme

More and more families are choosing to go with a neutral palette of colors for the nursery. Colors that are popular right now are more gender neutral than traditional pink or blue. But it’s really up to you on what you’d like your new baby to see on a daily basis.

If you have questions about setting up the perfect baby room in your home, talk to one of our consultants at Regency Furniture. We will be happy to help you pick out accent and furniture pieces for this all-important room to welcome your new baby.

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