Babyproofing is a big job, and it often involves sacrificing some of the home’s aesthetic. However, it doesn’t have to!
Vogue said, “The crucial issue parents often find with their decor once baby arrives is striking the balance between functional and chic.”
A custom baby gate might do the trick or choosing a fabric ottoman instead of a table that could have dangerous edges.
Put expensive things up high or pack them away for a few years. You could also try choosing washable fabrics on furniture and rugs.
How to Babyproof Your Home Without Sacrificing Style
“Glass tables or those with sharp metal edges really must go into storage when you have a teetering toddler around,” says interior designer and mom Erin Gates.Gates knows a thing or two about crafting livable interiors for littles: her book, “Elements of Family StRead More