The Multifunctional Furniture Collection Offers Only The Best For You And Your Baby

Decorating your baby’s nursery room for the first time is definitely an exciting step but also one which poses numerous challenges. German company Paidi offers a large range of furniture for the nursery and this allows us to use this collection as a perfect example to illustrate the main requirements to take into consideration when decorating this space.

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The furniture you choose for this space has to be multifunctional. First of all, it has to be practical and functional for you as a parent which means it has to be sturdy and user-friendly. Of course, it also has to suit your baby’s needs so it has to be safe, comfortable and child-friendly. As you can observe here, most of these furniture pieces are multifunctional. They include plenty of storage space, lots of shelves and they also have simple and delicate designs.

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Aesthetically, the furniture is the nursery rooms should be visually-appealing and it should provide interesting focal points. Babies are easily distracted and they need entertaining elements in their room. This often means bold touches of color or interesting shapes and cute accents.

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But be careful because it’s easy to exaggerate with these details. Notice that the furniture presented here usually features soft colors and pleasant tones. Also, there are usually just two or three colors in the whole room. Choose delicate colors like pink, beige, ivory, even white, combine them with stained wood and with occasional accent tones which can be a little more vibrant.