How to distribute the furniture in the baby's room
If you have already planned the decoration of the baby's room, we will begin to distribute the furniture to ensure that the space is well used and safe for our baby. The first thing is to think about the elements that we will need to distribute , taking into account our needs, the available space an
If you have already planned the decoration of the baby's room, we will begin to distribute the furniture to ensure that the space is well used and safe for our baby.
The first thing is to think about the elements that we will need to distribute, taking into account our needs, the available space and thinking that in the not too distant future the bedroom will need some changes. The space should not be variegated with unnecessary elements because functionality is a very important factor in children's bedrooms.
Basic furniture for the baby's room
As essential furniture we have the crib, changing table and wardrobe. If we have enough space it is very advisable to also have a small breastfeeding area with a comfortable chair or armchair and a small side table to leave objects. There are floor lamps that already have a small built-in table that serve perfectly for this purpose.
The most voluminous element is the cabinet. Many times there is already one built in the bedroom which will determine the disposition of the rest of the furniture. In the case that it does not exist we will look for one that adapts in measures to our space. You should be able to keep the baby's clothes, lingerie and those items that you need to have on hand. Think about what you will need when you open the doors comfortably and without obstacles.
The crib should be placed in a safe place, away from the window to avoid drafts and noise. Be careful with the ropes of the curtains and radiators. Generally, a lateral or headboard is placed on a wall. It should be well lit and easily accessible to care for the baby.
The changer is necessary for the daily care of the small. You can choose between different models and dimensions, with or without a built-in bathtub ... It is advisable to place it in a well-lit place, either by a window or by a lamp and near the closet. You must have a space to store the diapers, creams, wipes and boats that you will need at the time of the change.
There are other auxiliary items that can help us maintain order such as shelves, bookstores and toy stores. Also when the child grows you can use them to keep your little treasures.