OH BABY! ADD REFRIGERATION TO A NURSERY FOR ULTIMATE CONVENIENCE
Have you ever thought about putting a refrigeration unit in a nursery?
For some, it makes a lot of sense; not only for the short-term, but also when considering the long-term plan for a space. A quality fridge is something that can set the foundation for a room that can transition and grow along with the family.
As many moms know, the nursery is more than just where your baby sleeps. It can also be where feedings take place at various times throughout the day—and night!
One thing that would’ve been helpful for me when my kids were babies would have been to have a small refrigerator in the nursery where I could store milk and also grab bottles of water for replenishment. Add a bottle warmer to the set up and you’re ready to go.
While this idea would definitely make the “nursing” phase easier, some might wonder how to make that investment of space and money pay off in the long run. The key is to make sure the nursery is a space that can eventually grow with the child or, alternatively, serve as a space that can be transitioned into a playroom, man cave or mommy’s den.
With careful planning and foresight, there are many ways a Perlick refrigeration unit can help a room transition as the family grows:
1) Family/Game Room
Design the space surrounding the Perlick unit so it can become a space where the kids and their friends can grab sodas and popcorn as they watch a movie.
2) Man Cave
A Perlick refrigeration unit could be perfectly paired with a Perlick beer dispenser to create the ideal bar setup for a man cave.
3) Guest Bedroom Coffee Station
If the nursery eventually becomes a guest bedroom, the Perlick unit would be the perfect foundation for a beverage center where guests can have a bottle of water in the middle of the night or brew their first cup of coffee in the morning.
As a mom, I think adding a Perlick unit to a nursery is a brilliant idea—and because the units are so well made, they will hold up over the years as the space transitions throughout the life of the family. Explore Perlick’s website for even more creative design solutions.