Designing A Baby’s Room ? Consider the Following Points
When the baby is born, the dilemma may arise in your mind. Does a baby need to be given a special room (baby’s room), separated from your room? According to Rina Renville, an interior designer from De’Stijl Interior Design Consultant, a child from infancy been accustomed to sleeping alone possess more self-sufficient and not spoiled.
However, before you design your baby’s room, there are some things that you should remember. Room, for the little guy, not just a place to sleep, but where he grows and develops. Plus, the baby’s room needs a few things differently than other rooms. ExtendCreative.com summarize in the following five main points:
1. Choose a strategic location
Baby’s room must have a location close to other parts of the house. Make baby’s room adjacent to the parents’ bedroom, so you can easily control and determine the activity of the child.
2. Keep it away from the noisy area
If you have room noises in the house, like the kitchen, you need to keep it out of the baby’s room, because it was feared the baby becomes difficult to rest due to noise pollution.
3. Lighting is important
Associated with lighting and aeration, you would already know that the morning sun is good for the growth of bones and teeth. For that, make sure your baby’s room gets the morning sun and healthy air circulation so that the bacteria can not breed in it.
4. Furniture according to the needs
The furniture in the baby’s room should be in accordance with the needs of the child and what activities are done with it. For example, to sleep, needed a crib. To save his need, it takes a cupboard. For the sake of changing diapers, you need a baby credenza at the top can be used to change a diaper.
5. The color selection
Pastel colors are a good option to paint the walls of the baby’s room. The combination of soft colors gives a particular stimulus for the occupants of the room. Avoid using colors that are too dark or too bright, like red, dark blue, or dark purple because it gives a creepy effect for the baby. In addition, these colors cannot stimulate the motor nerves to continue working.