The nursery is the room in your home that is just for your baby. As a parent, you want to make your little one's bedroom as stylish, comfortable and safe as possible for you and your child. Walgreens can help you decorate the nursery with ease and find special finishing touches to complete the space. You can shop our full selection of cribs, beds, bedding and air care products online, complete your purchase and have your order delivered right to your door. We can also show you how to find nursery products that are available for purchase at your nearest Walgreens store.
Comfortable Places for Baby to Sleep
Whether your child will sleep in a bassinet, a crib or a cradle, Walgreens can help you get the bedding you need to ensure that your baby gets a good night's rest. Our assortment of products includes time-saving, convenient solutions for the nursery like waterproof mats that protect mattresses from leaky diapers. You can also find products for toddler and twin beds to help make the transition to a big boy or big girl bed easier.
Lighting up the Room
The right lighting can help parents check on babies without disturbing their sleep and can help you determine when it's time for those late-night feedings and diaper changes. Night lights provide soft illumination that won't disturb your baby's sleep. Options include lights that plug into wall outlets and stick-on lights that run on batteries. Light-emitting diode (LED) options have longer lifespans and use less energy than halogen and incandescent night lights.
Improving Air Quality
With nursery products, you can improve the indoor air quality in the room and help babies breathe more easily. Air purifiers can remove contaminants from the air. Some models feature HEPA filters that capture up to 99.9 percent of floating particles like dust and pollen. Other purifiers use ultraviolet rays to kill germs.
Your pediatrician may recommend a humidifier to release moisture into the air. Humidifiers may produce mist with heating elements or by producing sonic vibrations. For nasal congestion, medical providers often suggest that parents use vaporizers in the nursery. A vaporizer uses cartridges and water to produce steam.