Nursery Interiors

Discover high quality and organic nursery interior accessories to add comfort, character and charm to your little one's nursery. Nursery accessories include cushions, mobiles, storage baskets, nursery lights and more.
nursery-interiors | Natural Baby Shower
    375 products

    Nursery Interiors FAQs

    Add some life to your nursery with colourful prints and framed pictures! Not only will these brighten up the room, but they'll also aid in your baby's development by providing captivating contrasts and colours. A warm and inviting atmosphere also helps your little ones feel safe and secure. Come visit our Surrey store and explore our stunning nursery showrooms upstairs, showcasing all the essentials you need for a cosy and charming space.

    Ideally, your baby’s nursery should be set up a few weeks prior to your due date - you never know if they’ll decide to make an early appearance! Despite the limitless design options, a cot/crib, bedding and a changing table are the top three necessities for a nursery. A peaceful, safe, and comfortable sleeping area is also important for your new arrival. We recommend you choose a sleep space that will grow with your little one and be appropriate till they are three or older, like our range of adjustable cribs and cot beds. Aim to get your mattress at the same time as your cot to guarantee a tight and safe fit. Aside from this, keep in mind that most models aren't pre-assembled, so give delivery and set up extra time. To begin, you'll need washable mattress protectors and a fitted sheet with elastics and lastly create a special area where you may change your child that is well-organised with new nappies, wipes, creams, and sleeping bags.

    Night lights are great for 2 things! They really help set the 'mood' and aid the transition between day and night. This is something toddlers often find quite difficult, especially if bathtime is quite active in your house! Stepping out of the bath and into a calm room with dim, warm lighting (such as a nightlight) can trigger the body to start to slow the pace down.

    Night lights are also great for toddlers and preschoolers with a genuine fear of the dark, and they may benefit from having the light on its lowest setting for the duration of the night. This helps them feel reassured when waking in the night, realising they are safe and in a familiar environment, and hopefully falling back to sleep easily without waking you.

    Try using a dresser as a changing table or floating shelves to add a stylish touch while providing additional storage. Wall hooks and bookshelves are also fantastic solutions for maximising your space. Stick to neutral paint colours for a calming atmosphere and consider the room layout when placing furniture. Multipurpose pieces are a must-have for small nurseries, and a compact crib will save you precious space. Alternatively, you can ditch the traditional changing table and opt for smart storage solutions. Head over to our Instagram for inspiration on other nursery set-ups and soon you'll be able to create an organised and functional space for your little one without sacrificing style!

    Make your nursery a safe haven for your little one! Cover all electrical outlets with safety covers and position cribs and furniture away from windows. Keep cords from blinds and draperies out of reach and opt for cordless window treatments. Ensure your baby sleeps soundly on a firm mattress, placed on their back, rather than a soft surface like a waterbed, sofa, soft mattress or pillow. Keep powder products out of reach, and always be cautious when using secondhand furniture, as it may be missing parts or have been recalled.

    When beginning to design a nursery, you need to think about spacing and layout. Measure up your room and plan out the essential furniture you will need. You can then efficiently arrange all other furniture, toys and décor around the biggest pieces of furniture.

    Natural Baby Shower has an adorable Nursery Inspo Pinterest Board which you can browse for top tips and ideas when designing your nursery.

    Here are some of the essentials you will need in your nursery before your little one’s arrival: Moses basket and crib, mattress and sheets, furniture, feeding chair, playmat, dresser, changing table, nappy disposal, wardrobe, bouncer, toys.

    You may also want to consider getting a nightlight, books and a white noise machine to help them sleep.

    The nursery should be a safe and tranquil space for both you and your baby.

    If you’re starting to set up a nursery in a small room, there are plenty of ways you can make the most out of storage and safe space.

    Consider using a piece of furniture for more than one purpose. For example, the top of a chest of drawers is the perfect place for a changing table. You can either
    choose a dresser that has an integrated changing table on top such as SnuzKot
    Changing Unit, or you can simply put a multipurpose changing mat on the top of
    your changing table which works just as well.

    A smaller cot certainly doesn’t always mean you’ll have to compromise on quality or style, Boori have the perfect answer with their brand new Boori Turin Cot, exclusively at Natural Baby Shower. With two base heights, this space saver cot is designed to fit perfectly in smaller nurseries or living spaces with it's slightly smaller compact dimensions of H: 82cm W: 70cm L: 124cm.

    When floor space is limited think outside the box, by box we mean the four walls of your nursery space. Utilising your walls is the perfect space saving answer to get more things into your nursery without taking up any more floor space.

    For more tips on how to set up a nursery in a small space, check out this blog.

    When furnishing your nursery, here are some of the essential pieces that most parents choose: crib, mattress & sheets, dresser, changing table, rocking/feeding chair, wardrobe, and chest of drawers.

    Check out our expanding collection of Nursery Furniture, featuring cots, beds, wardrobes, and bedside cribs to make your baby's room complete.

    It is advised to put your little one to sleep in their own safe space, but in the same room as you for at least the first six months.

    When babies are around seven to eight months old, they start to become aware of their surroundings, and whether or not there is someone sleeping close by. Most
    parents will move their baby into their nursery when they are between six to 12
    months old, six months is the recommended age.