A baby nursery is a room, usually a small one, designated for the purpose of caring for an infant or toddler. It is also where the baby would sleep throughout the day and night.
A typical baby nursery would be equipped with baby furniture including at least a crib for sleeping and a change table for changing diapers, etc. The room would also likely have some sort of storage area for consumables such as diapers, baby powder, creams, oils, and the like.
The nursery may very well end up being the bedroom of the child as they grow, so if that were the case, the designated room would likely be larger.
You'll find bloggers talking about baby nurseries at sites like Design Dazzle and Spearmint Baby.
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If you have a specially created nursery in your home, then the chances are you’ve had to make a number of decisions on how to fit it out, such as the best crib to use, and how to decorate the room. Another consideration is the type of window dressings to be used. [...] Related Posts: Taking control ...4 days ago
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For the kid who loves green and wants a room full of the color…..and for the parent who really doesn’t want to see green each time they walk through the door, there is a way to enjoy happy hues (in this case, what I call jolly green) without overwhelm. It’s called “cooling strategies.” Take that ...4 weeks ago
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