Bedding Published by Mandel Aubin, Wednesday, May 17th 2017, 18:02:31 PM.
However, it is advisable that you give a blanket to your baby once he turns one year old to prevent sudden infant death. Bedding sets are available in funky colours and prints to make your baby‵s bedtime fun and exciting. Safe and skin-friendly rubber mats that are made with Quick Dry technology ensure that your baby is protected from heat and bed rashes. It prevents seepage of liquid deep into the mattress thus leaving it dry and waterproof. Sleeping bags should be used when you baby is a few months older. You should buy a sleeping bag according to the weather, i.e. a low tog of 0.5 tog-1.0 tog in summer and no more than 2.5 tog during winter. Researchers suggest that you use a sleeping bag without a hood so that your baby is safe and does not slip down the bed. Using a sleeping bag with a blanket is bad for your baby as it might produce unwanted heat and disturb your baby‵s sleep. There are a variety of mattress to chose from but a firm one is way better and safer than a soft one.
Options For Every Age Luckily, there are sets and individual items available for every age group. Shabby chic baby bedding is ideal for parents who have a thing for vintage. To make things even more convenient sets include things like bumper pads, coverlets, sheets, and many times accessories like diaper bags all in shabby chic designs. For kids, teens, and adults sets really are the cheapest way to shop and there are sheet, duvet cover, quilt, and comforter sets to help even the pickiest shoppers enjoy this style with ease.
Purchasing décor to match your bedding can be a ton of fun and super cheap too. Shopping in thrift stores and at garage sales you can almost always find well worn items that complement this style perfectly. And of course online there are many brand new ones that are made to look old, for example, mirrors, frames, tables, etc. Unlike other themes, with shabby chic mixing and matching looks fabulous.
Vintage style bedrooms are becoming more and more trendy thanks to designers like Rachel Ashwell who popularized the term shabby chic in the 1980s. If you‵re planning to incorporate this style in your bedroom space, here are the most important things you need to know about this wonderful type of bedding.
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