Firstly, let's be very clear.
A sensory room is very different from a nursery. A nursery is generally a room solely filled with positive sleep associations such as night lights, diffusers, and a white noise machine. It's a room dedicated to promoting healthy sleep, while a sensory room is a space for a baby to explore, learn and play. It's a room or area specifically designed to spark your child's imagination with sensory toys designed to stimulate their minds to help with their development.
Think colours, textures, sounds, smells, and engaging, sensory toys that will ignite their curiosity and inspire movement.
Now that we're clear on the definition of a sensory room let's get into what decor you may find in a sensory room for babies...
We all want our baby's first Christmas to be a memorable one. So it makes sense that you want to spoil your little love or your best friend's new family addition.
But where do you start?
We've listed five sensory and educational items that will make perfect presents for a baby's first Christmas!
Between nursing, changing, sleeping and playing, it’s not just bub who’s looking at the nursery walls! Take boring walls from drab to fab with beautiful baby room decorations to create the perfect space for you and your baby.
Here are our favourite ways to decorate…