It doesn’t need to be emphasized that a rocker is almost a must in every nursery…it’s fun, motivates activity and a great pastime! But what most of us probably don’t know is, there are really cool designs out there which kids can’t help but love 🙂
The stringed swaying seat of this rocker, lends a minimalist and quirky look…
This rocking sheep is not only engaging for tiny tots, it’s soft and cuddly too!
A rocker painted in the colors of the rainbow is pretty educational.
It is not just a whimsical little rocker, when you turn it over, it becomes a cool race-car!
Having your own pet rabbit to go on a wild ride is obviously appealing to any kid.
This one is really creative and a great way to get used to life’s fast lane!
For those children who have highly original thoughts or are extremely imaginative…this “monster” rocker is a must. Let the adventure begin!
The rocking frog made from bamboo is both entertaining and environment friendly.
These rockers have been inspired by a creature from Star Wars! No doubt they look so exotic…
Why does it always have to be a horse? Why not these woolly, silky soft sheep? This way, no matter how long the ride, the seat will always be comfy!
Now all this “rocking” makes us want to go back to our childhood 🙂 Do you feel the same way?
Photo courtesy: Trend Hunter
Not having enough space in your home, should not discourage you from starting a family! A renowned furniture design company has come up with unique, creatively designed furniture to keep your bundle of joy, comfortable 🙂 And they effectively save on the floor area too! Check them out…
Stylish cushioned sleek rocker, high chairs that use space smartly, fold-able cribs and compact table and chair sets for toddlers. So making room for the new baby is now a cakewalk, isn’t it? We think so 🙂
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The adventure of parenthood is perhaps the most exhilarating experience ever! The planning for the baby’s room, splurging on all those cute little clothes and toys, deciding the name of your angel, your hopes and dreams and that seemingly endless wait till the baby arrives…
So why let the size of the nursery dishearten you when the space in your heart is big enough? Living in metropolitan cities very often deprives us of adequate space for everything. But here we bring you some great décor and organization ideas for small nurseries…
When the wall of a nursery is as captivating as the images you see above, they help divert attention from the size of the room! Needless to say, wall decals or stickers liven up plain, blank walls and are visually stimulating for the baby too. See more: http://tinyurl.com/qyplf2o; http://tinyurl.com/o2zkh4t
Closed low cabinets efficiently hide clutter and the top can act as a stand for little odds and ends. Drawers under the crib are really helpful when it comes to storing blankets, bedding or extra clothes.
If you have some space for a simple closet or wall unit, then nothing like it. See how some simple rods, racks and bins can solve the perennial problem of storage! Labeling each bin will help recognize which contains what. And we love the gorgeous combination of pink and grey in the second nursery too 🙂 See more: http://tinyurl.com/op3t84l
Use the vertical space as much as possible to save on floor area. This way there will be fewer things to bump into when you move about! Simple open shelves, hooks and rods can support most of the stuff as you can see above. The top of a traditional dresser can easily become a changing station. Don’t miss the dark blue walls in the second nursery. Though dark colors are usually perceived to make small rooms appear smaller, we beg to differ…it can provide an illusion of depth and an interesting background for light colored furniture.
If you are still confused about the décor, going for light colored walls and furnishing is a safe bet…the room will appear bright and airy too. Still, we suggest, listen to your heart and do what is best for your little one…you can never go wrong 🙂
Photo credit: “Disney Baby” and “The Bump”