Soothing spaces for you and baby.
Nursery furniture ideas
There's no escaping it, babies come with a lot gear - so incorporating plenty of storage is a priority when designing their nursery.
Coordinating nursery furniture sets
The easiest route to a finished and beautifully furnished nursery? Browse our favourite furniture bundles.
Nursery decor ideas
This is the fun bit! Time to dial up the cuteness and layer on the snuggle-factor with the sweetest selection of decoration ideas.
Starting from scratch? We've covered off all the things you need, plus a few nice to haves too.
Need to haves:
- Crib/Moses basket - For the first 6 months or so your baby will sleep with you.
- Cot - Get more advice on cots from our guide to baby sleep.
- Cot mattress - Even if you're reusing a cot, you should always buy baby a new mattress.
- Fitted sheets and mattress protector - Waterproof protectors are great for any leaks.
- Storage - Lots of it. Some open shelving offers a great easy-reach option.
- Baby monitor - You can go simple or high tech, read our guide for more advice.
- Room thermometer - Helps you keep their sleep environment just right.
- Blackout blinds and curtains - Useful for daytime naps and sleeping through summer.
Nice to haves:
- Nursing chair - These comfy chairs gently rock and offer you support whilst feeding. Alternatively you could choose an armchair style that you like.
- Nappy bin - These can save you making quite so many trips out to the wheelie bin, plus they trap in odours to keep your nursery smell-free.
- Changing table - You can get away with just a changing mat on a surface, but if you have the space a changing table has the benefit of more storage.
- Sleep aid - These use lights, colours and soothing sounds to help settle your baby.
- Nightlight To help avoid any stubbed toes on those late night feeds.
Moving up to toddler
Ready for the jump to a toddler bed? Here's how to easily transition their space into something a little more toddler friendly.