Creating the Perfect Baby Room

Misbah Akhtar

There are many expecting couples who decide they want to know the gender of the baby prior to its arrival so that they can perfectly layer the baby’s bedroom. Many also prefer the surprise element of finding out on the day.

This plays heavily on influence when it comes to decorating and fitting out the new arrival’s bedroom, whether to opt for pinks or blues or go for a neutral colour as much as possible by using greens and yellows.

There are other factors to consider also, from what to kit the room out with to how suitable the flooring is and could be improved.

Creating the Perfect Baby Room

Practical Flooring

Instead of hardwood or carpet flooring in the baby’s bedroom, you can be completely practical and layer it with Luvanto luxury vinyl flooring.

Unlike wood and carpet, vinyl flooring is completely waterproof and stain-resistant, so you don’t have any worries about anything ruining it should it come into contact with it. Unlike hardwood flooring, Luvanto vinyl can perfectly accommodate underfloor heating which is perfect for keeping the little one warm at night. It also provides many different styles, colours and palettes to choose from that can last well into their growing years.


As time moves on, the walls in the baby room are going to see a lot of combat from crayons to food to drinks being spilt.

Some parents opt to have child-friendly walls that can be drawn on and wiped clean, and it’s always handy to have plenty of wall stickers on standby. Decorating the walls with removable dinosaurs, birds, planes, teddy bears, and other fun activities give them something to focus and have fun with whilst giving you a perfect cover for any embarrassing incidents with the colouring playsets.

Matching Furnishings

When your baby is settling for sleep overnight, giving them as much comfort to sleep easy is more than just singing them to sleep.

Having darker blinds or a blackout shade will certainly aid in keeping any passing cars or street lighting from glaring into the room, whilst curtains in front of them that are pleasing calm colours will keep the tone of the room light.

Having a baby is one of the most exciting times in your life, and decorating the room with soft furnishings, practical flooring and accommodating wall design is a huge part of welcoming your newborn into his first home.

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