From relaxing shades and textures to nursing chairs and toys, we take a look at what we’ve loved this year and what we’re going to expect in 2019. It’s so important to get things perfect and getting your nursery just right is a great way to prepare for the arrival of your newborn. Interior designer from The Address Interiors Lina Pankhania advised us about the latest trends when it comes to nursery decor.
A relaxing colour palette
Soft colours make the most relaxing environment, a must-have when trying to soothe your newborn to sleep. They also make a calming play environment during the daytime. Pastel tones are becoming more popular, especially when combined with muted tones.
Children love animals. Prints, artwork, toys are a super cute and comforting part of your dream nursery. When stuffed toys come into the mix, so does storage. Invest in a storage companion for keepsakes, toys and baby essentials. Put toys away in baskets: you won’t trip over them in the middle of the night and it will encourage your child to become tidier.
Adding a nursing chair
You’ll under estimate the importance of a nursing chair, but they become indispensable when you’re trying to get your tot off to sleep, particularly in the daytime. Invest in a nursing chair for those late-night feeds and having a comfortable place beside your little one’s bed for nursing, soothing and spending time with your baba.
Layering different textures
Layering different textures helps to create a soothing space. That’s why I love layering up my bed sheets and blankets! Adding different textures, such as leather finishes, weaves and velvets will create a lovely relaxing atmosphere for you and your little one.
Our favourite nursery collections
TeddyOne has gone from strength to strength over the past year, their cot bed collections gracing nurseries across the UK. In fact, the TeddyOne cot bed was how Leonora completed her dream nursery third time round. The cot beds, dressers and wardrobes are all hand-finished and come with a 5-year warranty and are really made to last and be passed down the generations.
To find out more and start building your nursery, visit TeddyOne.uk
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