How to Create a Baby Friendly Nursery

A Guide to Designing a Baby-Friendly Nursery


Select a room that is quiet, away from direct sunlight, and has a comfortable temperature.

Walls and Furniture:

Use low-VOC paint and natural materials for furniture to minimize exposure to harmful chemicals.


Choose an easy-to-clean floor that is soft and comfortable for your baby to crawl on.


Use dimmable lamps and soft lighting to create a calming atmosphere. 


Choose a safe and sturdy crib that meets all safety standards. Use a firm mattress and avoid loose bedding or pillows. 


Opt for breathable, natural fiber sheets and blankets.

Sound Machine:

Consider using a white noise machine to block out distracting sounds and promote sleep.

Maintain a comfortable room temperature between 68-72° F.

Changing Table:

A changing table with storage is essential for diaper changes and keeping baby supplies organized.

Dresser or Shelves:

Use a dresser or shelves to store clothes, diapers, wipes, and other baby essentials.

Diaper Pail:

A diaper pail with a lid helps keep odors contained.


A hamper for dirty laundry is convenient for keeping the nursery tidy.

Soft Toys:

Choose soft, cuddly toys that are safe for your baby to play with.


Read to your baby regularly to expose them to language and develop their listening skills.

Play Mat:

Provide a play mat with various textures and activities for your baby to explore as they grow and develop.

Wall Art:

Hang colorful artwork or personal touches that reflect your style and create a warm and inviting atmosphere.

Curtains or Blinds:

Choose curtains or blinds that allow for natural light while also providing privacy and darkness when needed.


A soft rug can add color and texture to the nursery and provide a comfortable spot for your baby to play.

Chair or Glider:

A comfortable chair or glider is essential for nursing, feeding, and soothing your baby.

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