Choosing Rugs For Your Baby Nursery
For the most part, baby nursery rugs are functional at first, but baby will spend some time on them in the future in ways that you or older people in your home would not. To choose the best baby nursery rugs you first need to evaluate the room. Think about what kind of rug will best suit the room, measure the space to determine what size rug will fit properly, and consider the color scheme or decorating theme of the nursery. Before purchasing a rug for the baby nursery, decide what type of rug will work best in the room. If the nursery has hardwood or tile floors, you might want to get a large area rug that will cover a large portion of the floor space, but if the room is already carpeted, accent rugs might be best. Measuring the room, and the areas where you are planning on placing the baby rugs will ensure that the rugs you purchase will fit in the room.
Instead of placing one large area rug in the center of the baby nursery room, you might consider using several small baby rugs. For instance, you could place a half-circle rug in front of the changing table and a rectangular rug in front of the crib. A larger rug of any shape can be used for the center of the room, depending on the size of the room and furniture placement.