Baby Furniture Burlington VT
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Kids Town(802) 764-1800
SOUTH BURLINGTON, VT
290 Boyer Circle
477 Saint Paul Street
Sweet Start Doula Care(802) 363-3297
1205 Main St.
Vermont Gift Company(802) 865-3707
377 Pine St
Toys R Us
244 Retail Way
Gap Kids(802) 860-7592
5 Burlington Sq
Bebop Baby Shop(802) 338-1425
167 Pearl St
Essex Junction, VT
Essex Junction, VT
Vermont Furniture Designs(802) 655-6568
4 Tigan St
Ashley Furniture HomeStore(802) 865-9911
555 Shelburne Rd
Baby Room Trends
Bringing a new baby into the home can be very exciting. But just as exciting is getting to decorate his or her’s room and transform it into a place of their own. For exuberant mothers this task can be fun but for the expecting father it can sometimes be frustrating and boring.
Today I am going to introduce you to some of the hottest trends in baby room décor to spice things up a little. Decorate your baby’s room just like celebrity infants, look at some of the hottest trends:
When it comes to colors interior designers are ditching the traditional pink and white colored walls but instead are trading things in with hot mixed colors, patterns and shapes. Recently a Designer Showhouse featuring a infant’s room that had been painted bright greens, fuchsia pinks and white. So don’t be afraid to experiment with bright colors and an assortment of them.
You don’t have to stick to one or two colors. Murals are also a big trend this year. You can have murals painted of trees, animals and of the family. Personalized colored walls with pictures and patterns can add so much flavor to your baby’s room.
This year it’s all about being environmentally friendly and now you can incorporate that into your new nursery. Yes, use organic bedding. This is more healthier than bedding made from other harmful materials.
As always, parents love their wooden vintage cribs. This year things are taking a little bit of a spin. Trade in your traditional crib that you may have passed down from generation to generation to a convertible crib. So no more single purpose crib, why not try a convertible crib that also convert into a crib? This allows mothers to get comfy with their baby right in the crib. Round shaped cribs are also a new trend. No more canopy cribs this has proved to be hazardous.
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