Some dressers come with safety features like anti-tip brackets to prevent them from tipping over. You may also want to choose a dresser with soft-close drawers to avoid slamming fingers.
Nursery drawers are a great place to store baby clothes, burp cloths, blankets, and other smaller items. You can also use them to organize nappies, wipes, and other changing supplies. If you have a larger nursery dresser, you can even use the drawers for storage of toys or extra bedding.
A little nursery drawer organization is going to make your life easier. Here are a few tips for organising a nursery dresser to keep your baby's space tidy:
A nursery dresser can go anywhere in the room, but it's often best to place it near the changing table if it is separate. That way, you'll have everything you need within reach when you're changing diapers or getting baby dressed.
Most nursery dressers come fully assembled, but you may need to attach the handles or knobs. Follow the instructions that come with your dresser, and you should be able to put it together without any trouble.
In addition to nursery drawers or a dresser, other nursery furniture you will also need are a bassinet, changing table, and a nursing chair. You may also want to add a glider or rocker to the mix for nursing or rocking your baby to sleep.
Here are a few other nursery accessories and that can be helpful:
With these nursery essentials, you'll be all set to create a functional and stylish space for your new arrival.