Before your bundle of joy comes home you should be keen to get the baby’s room ready in time for their arrival. The decorations will depend on gender of your little one. Decorating your baby’s room makes new beginning to your life and it will give a pleasant feeling to both mom and the baby.
Research have found that in the early stages of your baby’s life, they can only see shades of black, grey and white and their best vision is 8-12 inches away. The best way to decorate your newborn’s room is to use monochrome colors and patterns. This provides your baby with the best form of visual stimulation, it will also assist in brain growth and development.
Their eyes are sensitive to bright light, so will probably open their eyes in low light. Sometimes your newborn’s eyes will cross or drift outward (go “wall-eyed”), this is normal until your baby’s vision improves and eye muscles strengthen.
By the time your baby reaches three months old, it’s believed that they can see colors. And so, bringing some vibrancy into their nursery is essential for their continued development. Contrasting patterns, and movement are the things newborns like to look at most.
If you start with a monochrome base for your newborn, there should be no trouble finding a color that works with your room.
Welcoming a baby girl into the world is an exciting time and the beginning of a new chapter in life. Being the first space, she gets to claim as her own, her nursery is a room that should be styled and personalized to provide a warm, welcome home.
- Most of the times you just go for soft pink and yellow, but there are much more endless colors you can see varying from muted earth tones to vibrant and bold.
- But it’s better to avoid from using dark colors.
- You can use wall stickers, flowers, dolls and teddies.
When you go to decorate your baby boy’s room, it’s going to be little different from colors and toys.
- Most of the times people go for blue color.
- You can make bold statement or be a mellow sanctuary on the space.
- Also, you can go for themes like super heroes.
If you are still not sure about the gender of your baby, just go for unisex themes as follows:
Here you can select colors and themes which can use for both baby girls and boys. Also, you can hang some decorations to take attention of your baby.
You can use these things for birth day decorations also. From all these ideas lets Welcome your new member by decorating and creating the perfect space to grow up.
Ms. Leshani Samaradiwakara is a recent graduate with a BA in Economics and a minor in Psychology and Sociology. She is currently working as a Business Entrepreneur in MAS Holdings. In her role as a Business Entrepreneur, she explores new trends in the apparel industry, studies the consumer behavior and conducts market research, especially in the area of women health & wellness. She is a enthusiastic individual who is interested in discovering new places, traveling the world, exploring new cultures and meeting new people.