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Mothers – and fathers – who are expecting a child naturally want to create a nursery that is a ‘perfect little haven’ for their little one. However, designing a nursery requires more than just choosing the right colour and theme.
Here are six items to factor in when designing a nursery:
Location. A nursery should ideally be located on the ground floor and not the upper floor of a house since staircases pose ‘fall’ hazards. Select a quiet room close to your bedroom so you can hear the baby cry and do not have to walk far to reach him or her. If you do not have a spare room, put up a divider in your bedroom to create a nursery; a space that measures eight by nine feet is more than adequate. Continue reading