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How To Design A Baby Room


As GoYoungs furniture, creating a healthy and comfortable environment where toddlers and babies can feel safe while they’re sleeping is our main concern. Reaching the optimum safety and space according to children’s needs has never been exclusive before with GoYoungs baby rooms, which are equipped with motion-sensitive, smart and eco-friendly furniture. Let’s talk about how to design your baby’s room properly!

  1. Designing a baby’s room starts with getting inspired. Take a little time to look for nursery inspiration. Keep an eye out for things that perk your interest-themes, colors, art, fabrics, etc.
  2. Go through your inspiration pieces, photos, or prints and try to define your nursery style. 
  3. Choose the baby room style that resonates with your personal tastes. 
  4. Settle a nursery theme and colors for the baby’s room.
  5. Create a baby room mood board featuring the must-have nursery furniture and accessories. A mood board is a great way to plan, visualize, concept and experiment. It is really the best way to see your whole design come together without having to commit to a nursery design.
  6. Map out the layout for the baby’s room. A successful nursery layout should take into account the furniture placement, traffic flow, negative space, and of course, the focal points.
  7. Look at the mood board and the layout and identify opportunities to add nursery storage solutions to make the space more efficient and organized. Bring in baskets, and hanging bookshelves, add wall hooks and incorporate shelving into the design.
  8. Start purchasing your big-ticket items such as a crib, nursery chair, rug, and dresser. These key pieces may take a while to be delivered.
  9. While you await your deliveries, it’s the perfect time to get the space ready. Start painting the wall, hang up that wallpaper or create that standout accent wall.
  10. Bring in accessories to add personality to the baby’s room and to make it uniquely yours.
  11. Update the nursery lighting and install dimmers.  Don’t forget to add nightlights for late-night feedings and diaper changes.
  12. Stock up the nursery with baby essentials such as diapers, wipes, lotions, and ointment.
  13. Bring in a baby monitor, humidifier, and a sound machine to help your little one get a good night’s sleep and give you peace of mind.

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