How to Set up a Cozy and Sustainable Nursery

How to Set up a Cozy and Sustainable Nursery

New parents have many concerns, but the safety and the quality of their child’s life are their top priority, which is why so many of them try to create a safe and serene nursery. In addition to that, choosing sustainability as a leading style and including as many natural materials is the right thing to do. Not only will you create the best surroundings for your child, but you’ll also show them why sustainability is so important. Don’t worry, creating an eco-friendly interior doesn’t mean your nursery can’t be amazing and absolutely beautiful. Quite the opposite, many sustainable decor pieces are beautiful and will improve the look of any nursery.

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Pick the right crib

This is probably the most important item you’ll have to choose for your baby’s nursery, and there’s plenty of different options to choose from. What you can do if you want to be frugal all the way is to find a used crib and upgrade it to make it perfect for your child. If you decide to repurpose an old one, make sure you stick to eco-friendly paint to avoid using any bad and potentially dangerous chemicals. In addition to that, make sure you do this process a few months before your baby arrives in order to let all the fumes evaporate. There are different eco-friendly finishes you can use if you want to keep that old color and make the crib look extra vintage.

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Pay attention to bedding and materials

Bamboo has become one of the most popular materials in the last decade or so just because you can find everything made from this sustainable material. Use different organic textiles and make sure you don’t overdo it when it comes to different types of bedding. If you use your money smartly and plan everything before you go shopping, you can buy fewer items without jeopardizing the quality. Everything from bedding and sleeping bags to diapers and clothes can be from different sustainable materials that are also beneficial to your child’s skin because they are absolutely chemical-free.

Add more coziness

Just because you’ve decided to decorate your nursery in accordance with nature doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have any nice furniture or beautiful decorative pieces. You can achieve this by adding a rocking chair that will look great and help you feed your child. Add a blanket and a pillow to make everything easier and make sure you choose a sustainable material while doing that. Finally, think about adding a soft carpet from HK that will work well with the design, but also take the visual appeal of this space to a whole new level. In the end, don’t forget to coordinate colors in your nursery and try to pick just two or three tones that will dominate the place. If you fail to do that, you’ll create a space that’s too colorful and shiny, and that’s something that might bother your children and disrupt their sleep.

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Insist on fresh air and sunlight

Most people believe babies love spending their days in a dark place and that any sort of sunlight can prevent them from sleeping. While that may be the case for some children, our youngsters generally love tons of fresh air and as much sunlight as possible. This is why their nursery needs to be airy and shiny, and insisting on these two things might be more crucial than you can imagine. Add different types of lighting just to have it when you need it for feeding and changing. On the one hand, this is great for your kids’ mental and physical health, their development, and overall well-being, while, on the other, this is a simple and effective way to make their nurseries even more sustainable than before. Luckily, providing them with lots of fresh air and sunlight is easy – just open the windows in the nursery and keep them open all day long! 

Creating a cozy and sustainable nursery might not be easy, but since this is your baby’s first room, making it perfect is a must. So, check these ideas out, and don’t be afraid to invest as much time and energy into this project as you can.

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