"For parents who want to go green for baby, but just aren't sure where to start, I recommend the nursery," says interior designer and founder Trina Masepohl. "Research shows that a newly-decorated baby nursery can emit hundreds of chemicals into the air, yet we know that babies are uniquely susceptible to these chemicals. Since many parents are starting from scratch when decorating the nursery, it’s a great opportunity to buy greener products and avoid bringing harmful chemicals into the home in the first place.”
Because going green is rarely black and white, The Green Nursery Buyer’s Guide provides the information parents need now to quickly and easily make greener choices for baby’s nursery. And with new regulatory changes taking place in the coming years, parents will have even more green choices available if they just know what to look for.
From toxic flame-retardants to asthma-inducing VOCs, the products used to decorate today's homes can contain a host of chemicals that can be harmful to growing babies. The Green Nursery Buyer's Guide clearly spells out what to look for – and what to avoid – when shopping for baby. It includes more than 60 manufacturers and retailers of green nursery products, including:
· Crib mattresses;
· Baby bedding;
· Dressers and storage; and
· Rocking chairs and gliders.
The Green Nursery Buyer’s Guide is available for immediate download from http://www.mixxmodern.com. For just a little more than a cup of coffee, parents everywhere can find the green products they need for their new baby. Just point, click and decorate!
MIXX Modern Interiors, Inc. was founded in 2013 by engineer-turned-