Papel de parede infantil
kids wallpaper + nursery + industrial look crib
Baby Nursery Design in Twelve Easy Steps Decorating a nursery can be a daunting future, especially if you are a first time mother. There are so many decisions to make, so little time. You feel a stress attack coming on. Wait. Stress is not good for the child. relax. Take a deep breath. Nursery design can be fun if you take it one step at a time ... Step 1: Child safety is your first concern. Be sure to take this into account through the body design process. Step 2: Determine in a room style. Cute, modern, traditional, ethnic, the choice is yours. This decision affects your choice of furniture, themes and color schemes. Step 3: Choose a crib. The crib will be the point of contact for your nursery. Take your time and choose wisely. Form, style, finish and durability are among the factors you should consider. Step 4: Find nursery furniture to complement your crib. Important furniture items include: a changing table; a rocker or swivel; a night stand or table and a nursery restrain. Step 5: How will you give night lights in the nursery? A dimmer switch, sconce, chandelier or night light are among your options. Choose more than one if you want. Step 6: Choose your nursery floor. Do you want it to match the rest of your home? Do you or your spouse have a history of allergies? Baby can also be suspected. Keep this in mind when choosing your choice. Step 7: Decide whether you want to decorate with a child care theme. Everything goes from cowboys to flowers, pirates to butterflies. Or something more modern, like blocks or stripes. Step 8: Develop a color scheme. This will be affected by your orphanage, if you have chosen one. If not, it is governed by the room style you chose in step 2. For example, soft pastels will work with the cottage but burnt orange, creams and browns are a better idea for the modern. Step 9: Decorate the nursery. Now that the practical things are out of the way, continue with the really fun part. Choose your color, wallpaper, mural, pictures, bedding. Buy things, sew things, glue things. Let the room come to life and move in your furniture. Step 10: Hang your nursery. Add a block out blind if you want the baby to sleep well! and ... Step 11: Go shopping. The time for the big nursery shopping spree you've been waiting for. What's in your list of things to buy? * Equipment for the nursery. For example, a breathing monitor. * Things for children's layette. For example, diapers and small booties. * Candy to keep baby happy. For example, a cot and a children's gym. * Cool baby gear. For example, a pram and diaper bag. Step 12: Finally, unpack all the little baby candies. Sit back, relax and wait for your child to change your life forever.