Be Creative! Ideas for Transitioning Your Nursery to a Toddler Room
It’s bittersweet when your baby outgrows his or her nursery. After all, the nursery isn’t just a room: It represents the love you had for your little one far before birth and is a culmination of all the memories you’ve made thus far with your child. Fortunately, designing your toddler’s bedroom can be just as creative of a project, using his or her interests and passions as inspiration.
Theme Ideas For Your Toddler Room
Is your little one a Disney princess fanatic? Maybe he can’t get enough of Star Wars. Or perhaps they are an aspiring ballerina. Using your child’s interest to guide the theme of his or her toddler bedroom is one of the best parts of creating a new space for your not-so-little baby.
Fortunately, transitioning from a nursery to a toddler room doesn’t have to break the bank. You can use the existing color scheme, or even the theme, to help guide your design overhaul.
New Toddler Furniture To Meet Your Big Kid’s Needs
As your baby grows, you’ll realize that his or her crib and changing table had a limited lifespan in the nursery. Those thuds you hear in the middle of the night are probably your toddler crawling out of his crib, a sure sign that he’s ready for a toddler bed.
Freestanding toddler beds are low to the ground, making it easy for your child to get in and out, while preventing them from getting hurt from rolling out of bed. Most toddler beds allow you to use your existing crib mattress, which is a big win for your wallet. Toddler furniture comes in a variety of colors and themes, including popular characters like Minnie Mouse and Paw Patrol.
For expectant parents who want to plan ahead, consider purchasing nursery furniture that can grow with your baby. Instead of buying a changing table, you can buy a dresser that is compatible with changing tops. Delta Children’s cribs can convert into toddler, twin and full size beds with the purchase of additional toddler guardrails and full size bed rails.
Inspire Creativity with Desks and Art Easels for Toddlers
It’s important to have open space for your little one to play in his or her room and filling the toddler room with items that stimulate their creativity. By providing opportunity for your child to actively use their senses, you’re helping to promote brain development.
Consider moving the glider into another room of the house and replacing items like the diaper pail with toy boxes and storage items for the never-ending growth of toys and books. You’ll be surprised how big of a mess baby-sized stuff can make!
Find more tips for keeping your nursery or toddler room organized here.
Delta Children Has All You Need For Your Toddler Bedroom Designs
At Delta Children we are proud to offer a wide variety of nursery and toddler bedroom furniture that is uniquely suited to every parents’ ideas for their toddler room. And best of all Delta Children’s furniture leads the industry in safety, exceeding all regulations set forth by the CSPC/EU Commission.