Nov 16th, 2020
Design your space for family zzzzs.
Want to make those 2 a.m. feedings a little easier? Add a nursery nook to the principal bedroom. All you need is a cozy spot for the crib and a restful sitting area for nursing and bonding time. Here are our top style tips to get this look.
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Tara Queen Bed – Grey
Mia Faux Marble Chairside Table
Floral 3-Piece Full/Queen Comforter Set
Dayton Shag Area Rug - 5' 3" x 7' 7"
Emerson 4-in-1 Convertible Crib - Dove Grey
Safety 1st Peaceful Lullabies Crib and Toddler Bed Mattress
Kari Linen-Look Fabric Accent Chair with Ottoman - Light Grey
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Style Tip #1:
Layer your bed with comfy bedding for a restful sleep. Switch out your bedding seasonally: cool crisp sheets for spring/summer, snuggly flannel for fall/winter.
Style Tip #2:
Carve out space for feeding and bonding. All it takes is a supportive armchair and foot stool. This set-up doubles as the perfect reading nook, too.
Style Tip #3:
A convertible crib takes your baby from infant to toddler to little kid. Cozy up the nursery with soft rugs and clutter-hiding baskets.
Did you know?
You get more value with a four-in-one crib. This one adjusts between three different mattress heights and converts into a day bed. You can even use attachable rails (sold separately), to turn it into a full-size bed.
Bunking with baby is a great way to bond and ease the transition into parenthood. You don’t need a lot of space, either. Most window nooks or corners can be converted into space for your growing family.