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Babies grow fast, and with time they like to experiment and explore things. Their visual and motor skills develop more rapidly if you create a perfect environment for them in their room. There are many ways to transform your baby’s nursery into a child’s room. Come up with judicious renovating and add up some color to the room. Involve your kid in the process as much as possible and make it a fun experience for them. Create fun, functional, and practical; add an accessory that can help them learn fast.

Here are eight ideas that can help you to transform a nursery into a child’s room:

Declutter

The room requirements are different; many things in the nursery are just for decoration. Your child needs a comfortable space to play and enjoy, sort out all the stuff and decide if they are useful and practical for the new room. Make a checklist about what to keep. When we go down the list, there are a few things that nurseries usually have:

  • Changing table
  • Storage baskets
  • Dresser clothes
  • Hamper and many other things

You can containerize all the unnecessary stuff or use your vertical space to store these things. Sometimes the decluttering process gets challenging because of insufficient space. When you find it hard to keep all the items in your house, try selling them online, or organize a garage sale.

There are various other options to meet your space issues; ask your friends or family if you can borrow their extra space for storage. Otherwise, you can search for some local storage unit agencies. If you live in Washington, you will find suitable storage units there. These temporary storage units are very efficient. One of them is bonney lake self storage that offers up to eight storage sizes to meet your storage needs. Never let storage issues intervene with any of your house renovation or room transformation steps.

Bed And Bedding

Eventually, you have to replace the crib with a bed or replace the higher rail kit with a lower one. There are convertible crib beds that allow you to transform a crib into a bed when your baby grows; this is a good option if you do not want to buy a new mattress and a bed. For your child’s safety, never compromise on the quality of the bed and cribs. Floor bedding is also a good option as it takes up less space, especially if you are handling a small space.

Keep It Simple

Adopt a minimalist way of decorating your child’s room. Keeping it simple creates more space in the room. Children like to play and run around the room; leave plenty of open floor space for all the fun your child plans to have.

Create A Safe And Kid-Friendly Space

Consider your child’s height when you put things in their room. Avoid placing heavy and sharp objects in the room. Once you are sure about the room’s safety, you will be at ease when your child is playing alone in the room. Take care of the electric sockets and remove any wire with potential danger.

Update The Art Section

Suppose your child is drawing, painting, or doing any art, display it on the wall to appreciate their efforts. You can keep some drawings from the nursery as a sweet reminder of your baby’s early age. Also, try to buy colors that are toxic-free.

Change The Curtains

Now the curtain selection is tricky and exciting; you have to choose a curtain that adds up the room’s ambiance and looks artistic. But at the same time, you have to pick a fabric that can block the light during the day when your child falls asleep. You can add a double-layered curtain with one dark and one light tone.

Add Colors To The Room

Paint the walls and add patterns to the room. Make it visually beautiful; it’s not just about decorating your child’s room. It’s more about allowing them to learn through observation. If you are not comfortable with painting the walls, then use wallpaper for an accent wall.

Flexible Closet Ideas And Book Corner

Here are a few tips for organizing kid’s bedroom. If there is a built-in closet in the room, you can easily organize the clothes and look for portable dressing shelves. It allows you to use space efficiently and provides a safer environment for your child. Mobile shelving is also very cost-effective. Keeping their wardrobe organized is a challenge, but it’s doable; train them to dress up independently. Make it a cozy, friendly place for your kid, even if it’s a small corner in the room. Make it a habit to buy new books every month. A child’s holistic development gets more decisive in the early years when all the senses are observing at a much higher frequency. Kiddos love some alone time, and their book corner is the best go-to place.

Final Words

It looks like a swift transition when you think about your pregnancy announcement to your delivery date and moving from nursery days to preparing your child’s first room. Babies grow fast, and they become more eager to learn and play; while decorating their place, make sure you leave plenty of space for learning. If you are dealing with a small space, go for floor bedding and add colors to the room. Experiment with colors, shapes, and patterns; repurpose all the room’s existing elements if you do not feel like replacing them. Curtains, bedding, clothing section, dressing section, and reading area are focus areas. Whatever changes you make never compromise your child’s safety and leave lots of space for fun and learning.

Bringing a baby into this world and the loving embrace of your family is one of life’s greatest blessings, and we’re all excited for you and this new chapter you have turned in the book of life. Along with the never-ending joy of waking up at 3AM every night to feed your little bundle of joy and lull them back to sleep, you also have to prepare everything well-before the munchkin arrives.

This means that you’re in for one heck of a decorating project, transforming the guest room in your home into a nursery equipped with everything a modern mom (and dad) could need. The importance of functionality notwithstanding, there is also a need to create an enchanting setting with colors and decor that will portray a dreamy nursery you and the baby will love. Let’s dig in.

Going neutral with pastel accents

Choosing a neutral foundation for the walls and ceiling is always a great idea, as it gives you the unimpeded freedom to decorate and accentuate to your liking. After all, everything goes great with white and off-white hues.

What’s more, you can easily complement such a backdrop with quirky pastels in the corners, on the windowsills, on the floor, and everywhere in between. That said, a neutral foundation is not your only option, as a modern nursery design can truly come to life with a backdrop that tells an enchanting story.

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Creating a fairytale-like backdrop

Painting the walls in interesting scenes and patters is another great idea that never fails to bewilder, enchant, and amuse the observer, no matter how young the baby or how tired the parent might be. If you’re not skillful with a paintbrush – no problem. There are plenty of professional and amateur artists that would relish the opportunity to bring a fairytale-like setting to life. You can also simplify the entire process and paint the wall in a solid hue, such as aqua blue, and then add some creative decals to achieve a similar effect.

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Complementing the furniture with photos

Every nursery needs three essential features: a crib, a changing area, and a nursing nook. But that doesn’t mean that the decorating should stop there. Quite the contrary, this is your opportunity to enrich the space with beautiful accents such as family photos.

Picture frames look amazing when overlooking the crib or the changing table, gracing the wall and bringing in a beautiful motif imbued with love and happiness. One great aesthetic idea is to keep the frames identical in design, but different in size to give the room a clean yet creative look.

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Setting a theme the baby will love

Of course, there is no rule that forbids you from decorating the room in a specific theme, so all of you Star Wars fans, fire away! Even if the force is not strong within you, there are plenty of interesting design themes to choose from.

You can start by choosing an overarching theme that will allow you to decorate and complement the setting accordingly. So, for instance, the nursery could enjoy a detailed space theme, boasting stars, planets and galaxies on the walls and the ceiling. On the other hand, you can choose to bring nature in and decorate with paintings of trees, animals, whole valleys even – the possibilities are endless; just let your imagination run free.

Bringing functionality and aesthetics together

Lastly, it can be pretty easy to get caught up in all the decorating and forget about the importance of functionality. The nursery needs to be a place of comfort in every sense of the word, so you need to find the best layout that offers capaciousness and maneuverability.

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To that end, consider placing the crib next to the wall at the door, then move to the second wall where the changing table and shelves will be, and then introduce a nursing nook in the corner and a reading area in the far corner of the room. Be sure to leave plenty of space in the middle of the room for playing and don’t forget to baby-proof the floor with a fluffy area rug.

Designing a dreamy nursery for the whole family to enjoy is an easy and rewarding task you and your partner can take on together over the weekend. So, let this simple guide help you decorate and arrange a dreamy nursery your baby will love.