Baby Baby sleep guide Nursery ideas - a buyer's guide When it comes to bedtime, we've got the latest looks 1 of Ad break Neutral beddingCute Honeypot bedding set in neutral tones, including quilt, bumper, fleece blanket, cable-knit blanket and matching curtains, from £20, silvercross.co.uk Neutral Moses basketGreat for the early weeks. My Little Stars Moses basket, £89.99, tippitoes.com Neutral rugThis cotton Sheep and Clouds rug will add a soft touch, £69, vertbaudet.co.uk Neutral cot and beddingThis cot is part of the wood-finish furniture called Brighton, £69.99, with Olive & Henri bedding set, £84.99, both babiesrus.co.uk Continue slideshow > Boy's duvet setFab Pirate set in 100% cotton, available in cot/cotbed or single bed sizes for duvet cover and pillowcase, from £40, Great Little Trading Co Boy's storage boxBright and funky toy storage idea, which clears away all the clutter instantly! Vehicles Toy Chest, £28, wilkinsonplus.com Boy's lampshadeThis Fire Brigade lampshade has lots of hanging, moving decorations, £29, vertbaudet.co.uk Cot top changerA cot-top changer like this fits most cots and cotbeds and offers a convenient place for nappy changes, £30, saplings.com Continue slideshow > Nautical beddingSail Away bedding includes quilt, bumper, blanket and pillowcase for £59.99, tippitoes.com Pink for a girlOlder toddlers will love this combination of Little Blossom bunting, £15, and quilt, £55, teamed with the pretty Patchwork Pooches cushion and soft toy, £15 each, plus duvet set, £45, all John Lewis Sugar and spiceOrganic cotton Chirpy Chick 2.5 tog sleeping bag, from £35 (sizes from 0-3yrs), Vertbaudet Chic cribThis enchanting bassinet, with drape and stand, comes in vintage pink (shown here), blue or cream, £175, Silver Cross Continue slideshow > Bear-themed Moses basketSettle your little one down to sleep in the spotty comfort of this I Love My Bear Moses basket, complete with mattress, lining and hood, £39.99, Babies R Us Butterfly storageThe Butterfly Six-Bin Storage contains boxes perfect for storing books, toys, dressing-up clothes, shoes and dolls, £33, WilkinsonPlus Sticker decorationsJust peel and place this Twinkle Twinkle Little Star wall sticker decoration on a flat wall surface, £30, Great Little Trading Company Sleep safeThe Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths (FSID) recommends placing your baby in the 'feet-to-foot' position for safety. This means laying him down to sleep at the bottom of the cot, with his feet against the end. Sheets and blankets should cover your little one no further than up to his shoulders, and his head should be uncovered. If your little one is prone to kicking covers off, try a sleeping bag instead. Duvet quilts and pillows are not recommended for use until your baby is over 1 year. By MadeForMums Comments Latest on MadeForMums Which pregnant celebs are due in 2018? Postpartum psychosis – just how many mums suffer from it? How much sugar is in your child's favourite ice lolly? Kimberley Walsh: ‘It killed me teaching my boys to sleep through the night'