Baby Room Design Ideas for 2019
You’ve come out from your 20 week scan on a high, you might even have discovered out the gender of your baby! Everything has become more real!
It is the most exciting feeling to have the second scan and feel reassured that everything is progressing well. What better time to begin thinking about your Baby’s Room and getting excited about the cute tiny purchases that you’ll need?! After that, why not head over to my Blog on Preparing for your Birth in Surrey.
How can one tiny human need so much? Don’t panic! I have put together this handy guide for you to get you on track for creating a Minimalist Baby Room which is Instagram worthy whilst keeping it to the key items you’ll need.
What will you need? Creating a Modern Nursery Room
Babies sleep in with you for the first 6 months (sometimes more!), so you can make the best of your baby’s future room with a modern design like the SnuzKot Rococo Cot Bed which cleverly converts to a toddler bed and upward to age 10 without the sides! Choosing a timeless colour like white, muted grey or white/beech mix will mean that your room can change style over time, yet retain the modern minimal look you love.
For truly Instagrammable images, take a look at the Rose Gold cot bed, and conversion kit for longer lasting use. Simple yet stunning, with the ability to go feminine or opt for a minimal design.
Many mums love the Sleepyhead Deluxe, you can get beautiful covers from online sellers to customise your pillow. Use it in the Cot Bed once you move over to baby’s room. Use during the day for play, sleep and the best thing is that the Deluxe comes with clever loops and baby play bar, enabling you to convert into a play are and tummy time as baby grows.
Where do you put all of baby’s teeny babygro’s, bibs, vests and sweet outfits? Clever mamas on line have been coming up with ingenious ways to combine storage and changing. This clever changing area is designed using Ikea Rast with a changing table topper added. If you opt for a bigger item like this Ikea square storage, you’ll have plenty of space for changing and keeping nappies in easy reach! Don’t forget to add non-slip grip mats under and ties to avoid your changing mat slipping.
Dress your room with a modern rug from West Elm, made.com. Aim for classic and timeless items & toys. Aim for toys which combine form with function, doubling as gorgeous décor– muted tone wood toys, arch toys from places like Sarah & Bendrix Kids , SkandiBorn , The Natural Baby Shower, Bagshot and The Baby Service, Chobham. Framed artwork by Mrs Mighetto or Mini Learners , finish with natural wicker baskets with pom poms by Cottage toys.
I hope you found these tips and finds inspiring. Have a fantastic time designing and in making your Nursery dream become reality. I would love you to share your finds and hacks here with other mums!