While farm baby bedding is probably popular among some farming families, this is by no means a niche nursery theme. Just look at some of the farm crib bedding sets we have included on this page and you will see why. Some sets feature individual farm animals such as horse baby bedding, cow crib bedding, or sheep nursery bedding. Many of the sets feature a barn or a tractor on the quilt. Because of the green pastures or lighter colored outdoor scenes in some of these crib sets, several of them are good gender neutral bedding choices. Your son or daughter will love the happy horses, smiling cows, wandering sheep, and even bunnies and roosters featured in some of the patterns. Not only can your little one literally count sheep as they go to sleep, but as your child gets older, you can start to teach them the names of each of the animals in their bedding. Of course you don't have to stop with barnyard baby bedding. Whichever bedding you choose, each farm baby bedding collection features a host of coordinating barn yard nursery decor to help create the ideal farm animal nursery for your little one.
There are so many different ways to decorate your baby's nursery, but the process should be enjoyable. The creative opportunities go far beyond the bedding you choose. Many parents start with the furniture. Depending on the size of the room, you may be considering anything from just a crib to a complete furniture collection. When deciding what furniture pieces to include, storage is an important consideration. Your baby may be small but he or she will have a lot of things that need storing! Consider just the clothing and diapers. The baby's clothing can be stored on hangers in a closet, in dresser drawers, on shelves, or some combination of all three. Once you know the types of furniture pieces you are looking for, you can consider your options based on style and wood color. Before you bring the furniture home or have it delivered, consider painting the room if you are planning to change the wall colors to match the furniture and bedding. Painting is a lot easier before you have furniture in the room. After the room is painted and the furniture is in place, you can decorate as much or as little as you desire. Some parents create a nursery theme complete with dozens of matching decorations and accessories while others take more of a simple-is-best approach and let the nursery grow with the child. Just don't forget to relax and enjoy the process. Your child is sure to love the nursery you create for them no matter what choices you make!