Monochrome baby nurseries aren’t just a trend, they’re a sensory experience for your little one. That’s right, black and white furniture, décor and toys help increase your baby’s visual development and improve their ability to focus. How? Babies are able to see high contrast hues (black, white and grey) from birth up until around 4 months. So get them off to the best start with these black and white nursery must-haves…
Classic Bunny Blankie
Sweet and cuddly, this white and black toy comforter will be their new little bestie. It works wonders to soothe them when you’re out and about (it’ll quickly become a symbol of familiarity), plus the simple black lining is easy for baby to see – helping them develop key concentration skills. A great baby shower or new baby gift, this is an instant hit.
Bean Bag Pouf ABC Natural
Educational and sensory nursery décor? Yes, please. A true mum favourite, the Bean Bag Pour ABC Natural is perfect for learning the alphabet, sitting on for story time or just letting your baby admire during tummy time. Best of all, its natural black and off-white cotton are just the thing for visual development without being overwhelming. Remember, babies can only focus on objects that are 8-11 inches away until they’re 3 months old.
Classic Collection Full Bumper
Line your sweetheart’s cot with this charming black and white Bumper. You’ll love how elegant it looks – and it won’t just be your baby staring at the ivory satin, black piping, white roses and tuxedo-style bows. Cot bumpers may be used to cushion the sides of baby’s cot, but this one will naturally encourage optic and cognitive development when they see it in the light.
Salome Nursery Glider
Introducing the rocking chair made for mums and loved by babies. Ideal for story time and winding down before bed, it can be completely personalised to suit your style and nursery décor choices. Monochrome furniture on your mind? Opt for this in white velvet with black piping for optimum sensory stimulation (looks ultra-stylish too). What’s more, you can design a matching footstool (with added storage) and cushion for back support. Yay!