Nursery furniture

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  • Posted: 1 Jul 2012 14:35

    Nursery furniture

    Again, humour me. Of course im not buying anything but im bored and wondering - what items do you have in your nursery, and what do you actually use? What items are not needed?

  • Posted: 1 Jul 2012 14:39

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    I bought a crib rather than Moses basket as im

    Hoping it will last a bit longer than Moses basket. I have been lucky and borrowed stuff too. Obviously I can't say if it's useful has I'm patiently waiting for this one to arrive. 

  • Posted: 1 Jul 2012 14:43

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    Cot chest of drawers hat rack used as hanging space. Id put money on our nursery being the smallest and with the least furniture.

  • Posted: 1 Jul 2012 15:21

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    R did't have a nursery Embarrassed

    He was in the carry cot (that we got with the travel system) for the first 4 weeks, then he moved into a travel cot until 4 months old when we moved and we we finally got an actual cot.  This then lived at the bottom of the double bed in our second bedroom for 2 years until we moved again and he had a big boy bed and furniture, an actual bedroom if you likeEmbarrassed  

    KB3, I think I may also get a crown for the least amount of furniture and possibly for the longest?

    I think this is why I always have nursery envy when I see the pictures on here Laugh

  • Posted: 1 Jul 2012 15:45

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    Cot and chest of drawers and a seagrass basket for nappies. Wardrobe is built in with curtains. The chest of drawers came from Ikea as there didn't seem any point buying a baby one when it was all we needed, it's huge and fab. I also have some hanging drawers in the wardrobe which are mostly used for stuff he has grown out of.

    When he was in our room, he started in a moses basket and then I got a crib when he outgrew the basket - if I did it again I'd go straight for the crib.

  • Posted: 1 Jul 2012 15:49

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    LC i see your 2yrs in a cot and raise you 2yrs 7months lol Louie only moved into a bed on Thursday lol

  • Posted: 1 Jul 2012 16:31

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    KB3, I salute you. The crown is yours lol

  • Posted: 1 Jul 2012 16:44

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    We bought a cot-bed, matching drawers and toy chest.  Also have some shelves and a big double built in wardrobe, plus an Ikea Poang chair.

    We also bought an over the cot changer thing, but I hated it although MrDD used it.

  • Posted: 1 Jul 2012 16:44

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    Chest of drawers, wardrobe, cot and rocking chair. I use all of them. 

  • Posted: 1 Jul 2012 17:11

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    F has a cotbed, wardrobe and changing table. The side bits on the changing unit come off to make a nice dresser when he's older. We use all of it and could actually to with more drawers if anything. I did buy a nursing chair which we use a lot too.
  • Posted: 1 Jul 2012 18:23

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    We didn't have a nursery as such but we have used the moses basket for at least 5 months with each baby.

    I had an undercot drawer on wheels which I still use and a chest of drawers with a changing station on top which was fab.

  • Posted: 1 Jul 2012 18:30

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    Sawyer (2) has:

    Wardrobe

    Chest of drawers

    Bedside cabinet

    Cot

     

    We never bothered with changing table or anything speciality and wont be this time either. I'm more of a change 'em on your knee type gal!

  • Posted: 1 Jul 2012 18:53

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    We have a rocking chair, cotbed and chest of drawers. The chest of drawers has a detachable changing bit on the top. E is in our bedroom in a Moses basket so doesn't use the cot yet - haven't even bought a mattress or bedding for it yet. We have a built in wardrobe space too. 

    I do use the changing table and rocking chair every day. The chest of drawers/changing table is my favourite purchase - I do all the nappy changes on there and there's plenty of space for all her nappies (we use cloth). It'll last forever too as the changing bit comes off and then it's a normal chest of drawers. 

  • Posted: 1 Jul 2012 18:56

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    KB3:

    Cot chest of drawers hat rack used as hanging space. Id put money on our nursery being the smallest and with the least furniture.

    Beat you, cot and chest of drawers onlyLaugh Couldn't actually fit anythign esle in the room.

     

  • Posted: 1 Jul 2012 19:36

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    Just a cot. His clothes are kept in C's chest of drawers.

    Didn't bother with changing table, as I only change bums on my lap, far easier.

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