Published at Saturday, 05 October 2019. Baby Nursery. By Clotilde Schulze.
The first most important consideration and one never to ignore in the nursery is safety. All furniture should pass the safety tests for age-appropriate furnishings. Any decor that is hung from the ceiling or attached to the wall must be fully secured. All electrical devices that are plugged into outlets should be checked for safety as well.
As part of your floor plan, create some simple furniture templates and play around with different arrangements to see what will work best. This is a very important step to do if you are planning on buying new furniture and will be using the space for your child’s bedroom for years to come. You see, while a new crib may fit in nicely alongside a bookcase, a toddler or twin bed may not. You should take into consideration not only your baby’s current needs but also his or her future ones.
For a baby or small child, a nursery can be a microcosm of the world. It is in the nursery they are placed in order to be safe from harm. That is, they cannot wander nor can they get their hands on things that might prove harmful. That is the standard plan that a parent may have when placing a child in a nursery. However, it is critical that additional steps are taken to make sure the child’s safety is properly met. Often, a parent will not notice some of the common safety problems prevalent to a nursery. As such, here is a brief guide to a number of steps that can be taken to increase nursery safety.
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