You Had a Nursery, Didn't You?
For couples who have children, the birth of the first and then the second, etc., brings huge changes. As a woman and a man become parents, they form a family with their child, with all its joys and difficulties.
You had a nursery, didn't you?
For couples who have children, the birth of the first and then the second, etc., brings huge changes. As a woman and a man become parents, they form a family with their child, with all its joys and difficulties. Most couples are excited, happy, and sometimes perhaps with little fear for their unborn baby. One of the most important tasks is to furnish and design the child's room. The style of the children's room largely determines the well-being and mood of the little boy or girl living in it.
What aspects should we pay attention to when decorating our child's room?
When decorating a room for a newborn or infant baby, the primary factor is a safe, healthy environment and atmosphere. The location and size of the room also matter when designing the interior design. When planning the colour of the walls, we prefer pastel shades, more restrained colours. Depending on the age of the child, we can beautify the room with patterns and decorative elements. To create a healthy atmosphere, ventilate often unless you live in an area with excessive smog. In this case, the air can be cleaned with air purifying or air filtering equipment. Many parents have trouble anesthetizing their child, or when their baby is finally asleep, they often wake up and cry, unable to sleep soundly.
One of the reasons for disturbed, restless sleep may be the persistent environmental noise outside. There are certain sounds whose monotony and unique frequency have a sedative and calming effect on children, these are called white noises. But not all noise helps you fall asleep. The sound of the exhaust from vehicles infiltrating the street, the humming, the roaring music from the cars, the shouting of drunk or party passersby can be scary for children. If we live in a condominium, the loudness of the neighbours also prevents a peaceful rest. Traditional building materials such as brick and concrete, as well as reflective surfaces on glass surfaces, reflect sounds that create annoying echoes in the room. In small, square or rectangular rooms, this is intensified even more. To make the sound insulation effective, use elements made of a material that has sound absorption.
If the child sleeps, our night will be calm
Acoustic, sound-insulating panels can be placed on walls and ceilings to prevent echoes and eliminate noise. The structure of soundproofing materials is flexible, dense, porous. We do not have to give up decorative accessories in favor of sound insulation, as sound-absorbing panels, blackout curtains are available in several colours and styles. And photo-printed elements can be made with any image or photo, according to the style of the nursery or the taste of our child. We place soundproof curtains in front of the windows, so that not only can we filter out loud noises, we can also exclude light, which is very useful during daytime sleeping. Lay thick, densely woven soundproof carpets on the floor of the nursery; these fabrics absorb noise, are safe due to their soft, soft feel if, for example, a toddler falls, and are also easy to clean! If our child loves music, soft, pleasant music can help them fall asleep. The sound-absorbing elements also improve the sound of the music a lot.
The human ear cannot rule out sounds even in its dreams. In our modern world, noise pollution is one of the most serious problems. Babies and young children are much more sensitive to sounds and noises. Just think of it, the fetus can already hear its mother’s voice, heartbeat, and external noises in the womb. The amniotic fluid muffles the infiltrating sounds, but when the baby comes into the world, he hears in loudness everything that is happening around him. Prolonged noise can also cause tension, aggression, restlessness, headaches, and nervous system problems. The extent to which noise is affected depends on age and gender, but research has shown that children are most sensitive to unpleasant sounds. Don't just focus on colours and patterns when designing your children's room, let's take care of a calm, noise-free environment!
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