Seven ideas to decorate the baby's room

Seven ideas to decorate the baby's room

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DR Advertising - Read on below 1 Take advantage of space with custom designs

Here, the bed rests on a custom furniture, which multiplies the storage space. The design, designed by Judith Noguera, owner of KA International de Mataró, has lower drawers and a side chest that serves as a headboard. The screen hung upside down to give the room a more fun air. Paper, quilt, lamp and cushions, from KA International.

2 Bet on furniture that is functional

You can adapt them to the child's needs and they will continue to be useful. For example, this cradle allows you to place the bed base in four positions, and in the lower one, it serves as a park. In addition, when the child passes to his bed, the crib is transformed into two chairs. The comfortable changing table was purchased at Toys 'R' Us, and the drawer fronts were papered with paper. Beech cradle, Stokke Sleepi; at 1.27 x 0.74 x 0.78 m. Quilt made by Mª Jesús Álvarez. Estor, from The Porch Ship.

3 Includes a good closet that will serve you more time

Find a model whose distribution can be easily modified. Keep in mind that, as your child grows, the type of clothes he wears also varies. Before you know it, pants and bulky jumpers will require gaps larger than their frogs. Place diapers and toiletries on a table that you can use as a bedside table. Closet and cot; both of Pili Carrera. Bedside table and armchair; of The Porch Ship.

4 Make the dresser profitable using it as a changing table

Install a mat or table changer on its surface. It is convenient that the diaper changes and the massages that you give your baby after the bath are performed on a high surface, which does not force you to bend your back. The dresser, in addition to practice for storing clothes, has the right height, and you can always update its design by changing the handles. Chest of drawers and cradle in Luna Lunera. Quilt made by Mª Jesús Álvarez. Curtains made with Maison Decor fabric.

5 Try to create a playground

If the room is shared, use a trundle bed. Through play your child will stimulate psychomotor skills and favor his development. To have more space, a good solution is to place a trundle bed; During the day, the lower bed is hidden under the upper one, which allows you to take advantage of a large part of the room to place a table and a couple of chairs. If you complete the bed with some cushions, it will serve as a sofa.

6 Do you like classics?

It combines blue and white But give it a more contemporary look with modern design details. In this bedroom, Isabel López-Quesada decorated the walls in pastel blue, but chose some original white-patinated iron headboards with a reticular design. As the room was not very spacious, a single bedside table was placed with shelves, so that each child had their own space to store their things. So that they could read in bed, the lighting was resolved with a table lamp and a wall sconce.

7 Protect the bottom of the wall with a socket

Plastic paint is a good option, as it is cleaned with a cloth slightly moistened in soapy water. Dare to create your own compositions and achieve visual effects with them. Here a socket was made in a suffered blue tone, which is easily cleaned, while the upper part of the wall was painted in blue and white stripes to make the room look taller. A fun paper border with motifs in the same tones defines both zones. The bedding is textured.