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Healthy Nursery Tips

This is the time of year when many of us make resolutions with the hope that the upcoming year will be the best yet. Health is always a popular resolution; some people want to improve their lifestyles through diet and exercise, and this year we’re resolving to help make nurseries a little healthier for our teeny tiny clients. From cleaning products to crib mattresses, here are some of our top picks for a healthy nursery.

We’ve come to really love The Honest Company’s line of products. From non-toxic cleaning supplies to natural baby care essentials, we know these products will help us ensure that baby comes home to a healthy nursery.

The Honest Company Cleaning Products

When organic crib mattresses became all the rage several years ago, we were skeptical about whether or not they were really worth the price. Over a hundred nurseries later, we can definitively say that we are sold. These mattresses go above and beyond the call of duty by giving baby a natural, comfortable and non-allergenic place to sleep. We highly recommend a good organic mattress for every nursery and children’s room we design.

Organic Crib Mattress from Naturalmat

This powerful little air purifier is just the right size for a nursery, and what could be healthier for little lungs than clean air? We’ve already ordered a few of these air purifiers to have on hand for clients who want to want to create a healthy nursery!

Duux Air Purifier

Finally, infants and small children spend a lot of time on the floor, so this is another area really worth considering. For a healthy nursery, we try to select a rug made from clean, natural fibers that are non-toxic without sacrificing the cute factor. Here are some great options we recently recommended to a client.

Cotton Rug from Serena and Lily

Feather Rug

Cotton Rug from The Rug Company

Udaipur Blue Rug

Did you resolve to create a healthier home for your family in 2014? What are your must-haves for a healthy nursery?


Saturday 7th of February 2015

These rugs are adorable! Sharing on Pinterest! Meanwhile... What should I b looking for when looking for nontoxic furniture and rugs in my own home?