Area Rug for Baby Room


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Area Rugs for the Baby's Room

Preparing baby's nursery is an essential part of getting ready for your new arrival, and Dean Flooring Company makes it easy with a huge variety of stylish area rugs for the baby's room. There are a few things to consider before deciding on which type of rug to place in the baby's room. You'll want to make sure the rug you choose is designed for long-term use. It should be comfortable enough for you and baby to play on and safe enough to stay once your little one starts to explore.

We always recommend choosing a 100 percent wool area rug for baby's room. Wool is a soft, all-natural fiber that's loved for its plush nature. Although synthetic rugs tend to be more durable (and more affordable), wool is considered one of the safest carpeting fibers for little ones. Wool area rugs are made from 100 percent New Zealand wool at Dean Flooring Company, so you can expect premium comfort and quality.


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If you don't intend to spend much time on the floor and need a safe, long-lasting option for the nursery, consider a natural fiber area rug. Made from materials such as jute, sisal and seagrass, these rugs aren't as soft or plush as wool, but are significantly more affordable and durable. The Dean Desert and Black Sisal Area Rug is a fantastic choice for the practical and neutral nursery.

Quick Tips for Buying an Area Rug for the Nursery:

  • Avoid high-pile rugs and carpets, as small items tend to hide beneath the fibers and cause a choking hazard for baby down the road
  • Choose a soft material, like wool, so that you and baby are comfortable enough to play and interact while sitting on the floor
  • Make sure to add a non-slip rug pad to your area rug to ensure that the rug stays in place
  • Pay attention to chemicals used during the rug's manufacture, such as stain-resistant treatments that could cause a hazard