Pregnant Mothers Who Nest Want The Best
Without question, women who are expecting love to decorate their babies’ nurseries. It’s also part of the motherly instinct to pad the nest with the best textiles and nursery design products they can find. If you are an expecting mother, chances are you seek the same for your baby nursery too.
The Best Is Online
There many popular designers and designer labels for nursery necessities online, such as Discover Fabric. Purchase from these online stores because then you can see swatches of cloth, fabrics and matching wallpaper that fit with your nursery decorating needs. Several designer stores send out samples upon request to help new moms decide from the colors and patterns offered. Additionally, they offer a handful of traditional and non-traditional colors to choose from which can’t be found or bought in the fabric retail chains across the country.
Color and Print Selection
Colors and prints selected to make basic baby items reflect popular nursery themes. Currently, a popular quilting cloth designer for babies’ quilts is Josephine Kimberling. Her Blown Away by Josephine Kimberling solids and prints are available in pinks, blues, yellows, greens, and white. They celebrate the world of babies.
For really non-traditional looks, damasks in black and white to silks in polka dot prints offered by online retailers allow you to get really creative with your baby’s nursery and nursery accessories. Such prints and cloth textures come to you from some of the other popular baby fabric designers.
What Else To Look For
High quality designer nursery fabrics come from all natural materials. They are soft to the touch and allergen-free. The dyes used to color them do not cause skin irritation because they are all-natural too. Baby necessities created from these fabrics keep your baby warm without feeling heavy or smothering.
Thread count equals high quality as well. This system measures the number of threads per inch square. The higher the thread count (e.g., 800, 1,000, 1,200, etc.) the higher quality the fabric and the softer the fabric as well. Really high thread counts go hand in hand with luxury baby fabrics.
Cost Versus Quality
The price of these fabrics is much higher per square yard than anything else you can buy. However, the cost weighed against your baby’s comfort and the desire to provide him or her with the best takes a back seat as you care for your little bundle of joy. Like most mothers, the cost means nothing when providing your baby with comfort, style and safety.
Some designers cost a little bit less than others. Also, some retired colors and patterns sell for less, but may be more difficult to find. You, as the new mom, get to choose what’s most important when making these choices for your nursery and for baby.Read More