How To Choose The Perfect Rug For A Child’s Bedroom

By Elizabeth Summers / August 14, 2019 / No comments
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Though they may be one of the last things on your mind when you get home after giving birth, you may have some decisions that you almost instantaneously must make. Some of these might be of incredible importance, and some of them relatively banal. For example, you may be looking for a new rug for your kid’s bedroom, and below we will give you some tips on how to choose one.

There are practical considerations to take into account when you are choosing. First of all, you will want to rug that is not too likely to chafe your new baby’s skin. You may also want to choose a fabric that is as near as possible to being hypoallergenic. Likewise, perhaps a darker shade may be more appropriate for a child’s bedroom, given the fact that we all know that they may make a little bit of mess, to put it mildly! For all of these considerations, perhaps a good choice would be wool, which as well as being hardwearing and cleanable is unlikely to set off an allergy. However, another option is also polypropylene, which comes with the added bonus of being a little cheaper.

Most new parents want to get straight down to educating their kids, and giving them stimulating experiences to help develop their cognitive skills. Amazingly, now a rug can help you with this. This is because there are now rugs that can be used as puzzle boards, and which contain images or scenes from your kid’s favourite movies or cartoons, and which can also be used as part of play. So, whether you want a biblical scene, or an image from a cartoon, a football pitch or car track, there is something for everyone. Just ensure that you allow your kids to take some part in the choice, as otherwise they will definitely not thank you!

Though this is not an exhaustive list, we hope that the above has given you some food for thought on choosing a good fit for your kid’s room.

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