If you’re decorating your baby’s room, think about getting one of the nursery floor lamps for it. Those may be quite handy, especial when it comes to late night feedings or diaper changes. You may place one of them near the rocking chair and turn it on when you want to read to your baby before the night time or when you’re sat down ready to feed your newborn and rock him to sleep.
White floor lamps for nursery usually work the best, as they may fit into pretty much any theme without looking too bulky for the baby’s room. Different designs on the shade’s canvass make them a little bit more fun and decorative. A floor lamp that looks like a vintage garden light or a bird’s cage will fit the baby girl room perfectly. And, the ones that imitate animal figures may turn into the nursery’s centerpiece.
If you’re worrying that your child is going to knock the lamp over on him when he gets a little bit older and starts crawling and walking, you may choose one of the floor lamps for baby nursery that look like a table light attached to a wooden square shelf. And, you may even store baby diapers or a bunch of different rattling toys in a cute wicker basket underneath that light. And, if you’re a crafty person, you can even make that fixture on your own.
So, in order to make a DIY floor lamp for baby nursery, you may pick up a base – an old wooden night stand without its back and front part and attach a piece of old vintage-looking railing to it. Use the wood glue and clamps for this matter. Paint the wooden base if you want. Secure the lampshade part of the feature when it’s dry. You can find a tutorial on how to make it out of piece of canvas fabric and wires as well. Conceal the wire, secure the light bulb cartridge and you’re done.