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How to Choose the Right Carpet for Baby’s Room

Choosing the right flooring for your baby’s bedroom is not an easy task. You need to consider a lot of factors and first of all you need to decide whether you want to go for hard flooring or carpet.

Baby on soft carpet


Advantages of Choosing Carpet for Baby’s room
Carpeting your baby’s room means you will increase the sound insulation and energy saving of the room. A good pile carpet will also provide more comfort and less pressure on gentle joints for crawlers, toddling feet and will protect your baby from getting sore bums with every fall.

A good non-slip carpet can also prove safer for babies and toddlers than a hard floor. Contrary to some common beliefs, a deep pile carpet can actually work better trapping allergens than a hard floor, which allow allergens to circulate around the room. Carpet fibres are proven to trap the dust and allergens into the pile until released by vacuuming. A good cleaning routine based on everyday vacuum cleaning and immediate removal of stains can work a lot better for a person with high sensitivity to allergens, such as a baby.

Besides, if you go for an all coordinated nursery, a coordinated carpet would be the natural choice, too. Carpets come in virtually unlimited shapes and colours, plus you can now even find one that features your child’s favourite character.

Above all, a carpet is a lot easier to remove and replace if the result of all those little burping accidents, potty training steps, organic yoghurt spills and latest non-toxic paint collection prove too devastating.

If you would like more advice on this or what style of carpet or flooring is best for you, call us on 01903 262277 or visit us at Regency Carpets showroom located in Findon Valley, near Worthing, West Sussex. It is only 13 miles away from Brighton, so come and see us for a free no obligation quote.

This entry was posted on Wednesday, June 29th, 2011 at 11:42 am and is filed under Fresh News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

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