As a parent, you know that there can never be enough storage, especially with new additions to family. Things pile up, other things get lost, and then of course, there are the kids themselves. So what’s the best way to keep curious kiddies from hurting themselves all while keeping your new nursery organized to save you from a mad scramble during a diaper change?
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Never fear, dear readers. With the help of other Wishack customers, we’ve compiled a list of 5 Nursery Room Must-Haves so that you can get the dream room you’ve been Pinning about.
All that’s left is dealing with the paint samples. This mint green is pretty soothing though, don’t you agree?
Versailles Convertible Crib in a White Finish J-98202
1. The Crib
We could go on for ages when it comes to the pros and cons of one crib over another but there are three things to really consider: Versatility (is the crib convertible), Safety, and Style. Convertible cribs allow you to turn the crib into a twin of full size bed as your child gets older.What’s better than knowing you don’t have to spend more money in three years time?
The Versailles Crib from Atlantic furniture is made of solid hardwood so you know it’ll last for as long as you need it.
Badger Basket White Sleigh Style Changing Table
2. Change Tables + Storage
Aside from the crib, one of the key nursery must-haves is the change table. There are plenty of options out there, however, so how do you know which one is right for you? Like most rooms, storage is key. After we asked our Wishack customers, we realized that features like a diaper caddy and easy access drawers were the winning factors.
The Badger Basket Sleigh Style Changing Table was our Reader’s Choice!
AFG Athena Deluxe Glider Chair in Pecan
3. Gliders + Rockers:
What better way to relax with your baby than in a comfortable glider? Not to be confused with a rocking chair (although those are also handy) a glider offers more cushioned comfort.
Look for gliders that come with reclining ottomans as well like the Athena Glider from AFG. Look for options like a hardwood base and easy glide hardware. This will ensure your glider will last. And you don’t need to keep this in the nursery after your baby gets a little older, this still a comfortable recliner for your bedroom or living space.
Now that you’ve got the essential furniture picked out, what about accessories and decor? With you baby’s safety in mind, look for items that are non-toxic and hypo-allergenic. Brands like Atlantic Furniture, Kidkraft, and Storkcraft make sure to meet all ASTM, Lead, and CARB ATCM safety standards. This also ensures that you have peace of mind when purchasing their products which are free of any potentially harmful chemicals. It’s nice when the guesswork is taken out of the buying equation isn’t it?
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