Nurseries by Stephenie Avila

Stephenie Avila

Decorating a nursery can seem like an intimidating task, especially if it's for your first child. There are so many things to consider and so many choices, it's no wonder that many parents feel confused and don't know where to start.

First thing to consider is childproofing the room.Think about it all the way through the design process - safety should be your primary concern.

Next to consider is your budget. Keeping within your budget will ensure a stress free room make-over. Remember that children grow quickly, so spend your money on functional items that you will be able to use in a re-design for years to more
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July 17 2009 - US
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