Should my baby’s nursery have a ceiling fan?
Putting a ceiling fan in your nursery not only elevates the style of the space, but researchers have found that it could help your baby sleep safer!
According to this study by the Journal of the American Medical Association, researchers discovered that running a fan. At the same time, the baby is asleep will reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) by 72 percent.
A pediatric nurse at the St. Louis Children’s Hospital published an article on helping infants sleep safely. One piece of advice included leaving a ceiling fan in their room to continuously circulate air – and prevent the baby from overheating.
While we’re not scientific researchers or doctors, we can tell you that when it comes to home design and choosing the perfect fan for your baby’s nursery, we have a lot of insights.
When you decide it’s time to check the “prepare a room for baby” box, you’ll need to deep clean the space, declutter and reorganize the things that were previously in this space and renovate any required areas like trim, window sealing, etc.
Then it’s time for the fun stuff! See how you can get your infant’s nursery prepared and safe for their homecoming with our baby room decor tips and ceiling fan recommendations!
Determine Your Nursey’s Theme or Aesthetic
When it comes to design for your nursery, you’ll have to decide, “does this space have its own sense of style? Or does it match the rest of your home?”
Mirroring similar design elements will make your nursery feel cohesive; however, giving your baby’s room its own style will allow it to stand on its own! Establishing your nursery’s style plan is critical – this space is where you’ll spend a lot of time! Neither direction is wrong; it all depends on your home and your goals for the area!
Rustic Farmhouse + Modern Farmhouse
If you’re aboard the farmhouse home décor train, you should consider continuing that style into your nursery! This style comes from country life, simple, rustic, elegant, and pieces that will last the test of time. It has a cozy heritage feel – exactly how you want your nursery to feel. Our Barn Metal Windmill Ceiling Fan, handmade with rust-accented blades, would pull a room in this style together effortlessly.
Utilizing a neutral color palette like the creams and blue hues of our Navajo Wool Windmill Ceiling Fan is another way to give your nursery a farmhouse feel. This color palette with shades of blue also lends to a coastal, coastal farmhouse coastal style. Incorporating blues, greens, and yellows for a pop of color that stays with the farmhouse look! We’d recommend the Patina Copper and Weathered Texas Turquoise finishes, which are fantastic for a farmhouse rustic-inspired nursery.
Landscapes + Print Themes
If you want to transform your nursery into its own world, you can easily accomplish that design vision with landscapes, prints, or a specific theme. Lush greenery, southwestern landscapes, or prints are one way to achieve a vibrant element in your nursery but in a more mature way that they can grow into as they grow. A Rustic Western-themed baby room is one of our favorite nursery design trends! This theme is super successful with rich hues like emerald greens, shades of terracotta, rust, or bold blues. Our Weathered Rust Gray with Patina Bronze Tips and our Aspen Timber finish make a bold statement and bring something new and exciting for your little one to look at and be intrigued by. We anticipate seeing many more nursery designs with jewel-like or earthy tones that give the space a sense of rejuvenation.
We love seeing parents turn to nontraditional colors to liven up the baby’s room! You can go in many directions with a theme, adding subtle theme-focused art and decor accents on the walls, mobile, and furniture.
All these elements make your nursery calm and cozy for you and your baby. And the BEST part is that this nursery theme is broad and versatile enough to grow and change with your child over time!
The Soft modern style is so popular because it is transitional and playful, so it can grow and change as your child grows and changes. Your modern nursery design can easily be organized to fit your design aesthetic. Designing a child’s space can be hard to navigate if your personal or home style leans toward the minimal side of life.
However, this effortless aesthetic gives you the bandwidth to add modern fixtures and details, and different colors and change up the feel and texture of this space. Fill your space with comforts to help your infant thrive, and bring a clean design with as little clutter as possible for yourself! Our Modern finish styles of ceiling fans, like Brushed Metal or Rustic Black, have a modern design that stands out in bedrooms.
Accent pieces in your nursery, like pillows, curtains, and rugs with prints, are a great way to bring a bohemian flair into your baby’s room. You must remember to include the mind-molding vibrant artwork; framed photography and greenery will compliment a well-styled, dynamic space.
Plus, with Windmill Ceiling Fans, you can add lighting elements, and the fan can be remote-controlled for your convenience. We spent a lot of time designing the best lighting kit for our 18-blade Windmill Ceiling Fans. This lighting kit can be added to any size and custom finish. (150 Watt) Our clients were the inspiration to create the lighting kit you see below.
Why design THIS lighting kit and not the traditional hanging light?
- We wanted to keep the gorgeous design and look your ceiling would have with lights hanging down.
- Having the lights on the top will illuminate the ceiling creating a unique glow on your ceiling.
- Lighting on the top would eliminate the typical strobe effect on your ceiling if the lights were hanging below. As a reminder, we have 18-blade Windmill Ceiling Fans.
Determine A Color Palette
Now that you have a clean, clear, organized space, a theme, and a vibe, choosing your colors for the nursery will be a breeze! When selecting a color palette, remember that visual stimulation is paramount for your infant—having a color combination of rich hues and colors that contrast makes for a great design. Think light yellow and a cool green, a good balance of personality, brightness, and good contrast!
If you want the space to work for your child as they grow, consider using neutrals or one primary color for the walls and adding accents of prints and designs with furniture, pillows, rugs, etc.
Painting the walls or including a Windmill Ceiling Fan like our Weathered Texas Turquoise Windmill Ceiling Fan with Patina Bronze Tips (above) is the best way to add style to a functional piece of art in your home!
Their mobile isn’t the only thing your infant will be staring at while in their crib – give them a custom, handcrafted, rustic windmill ceiling fan to look at too!
Bringing It ALL Together
Once you’ve determined your style, brought in furniture, and prepared for your new arrival, it’s time to add those finishing touches to your baby’s nursery.
If you haven’t already, bring in some small space decorations, such as floating shelves, mobiles, and curtains, to bring the space together and make it feel warm and cozy. And if you need some additional lighting in the room, choose a nursery ceiling fan with a light to make the space even more functional.
Preparing for your baby’s arrival home is an exhilarating time that gives you design and style control while you await your bundle of joy. We hope you have fun bringing your nursery to life, and remember to send us how your Windmill Ceiling Fan looks in your nursery! Use hashtag #windmillceilingfans and tag us on Instagram @Windmillceilingfans, and we’d love to feature photos of your fan and spaces!
The Windmill Ceiling Fan is reminiscent of the old farm-style windmills, incorporating a large diameter and strong blades to create a surprisingly efficient and delightfully inexpensive product. These fans can be silver-colored and galvanized, with a weathered look, powder-coated, oil-rubbed bronze, rustic copper, tarnished tin, and more.
Our fans are hand-cut, hand-assembled, and hand-packaged at our warehouse in Pilot Point, Texas. Each fan’s last nook and cranny, right down to the lightweight aluminum custom finish, is made to suit each order. On top of that, we deliver a one-of-a-kind look, feel, and unrivaled strength and craftsmanship.
We are the only windmill ceiling fan supplier that provides custom fans to match your personality and style.
- Quickly match the finish of your fan to the rest of your home.
- A one-of-a-kind look and feel
- Not mass-produced
- Made in America
- Unrivaled strength and craftsmanship
Ready to order yours? Give Kelly a call today at 972-834-5555. We LOVE to chat with all our customers or visit www.windmillceilingfans.com.
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