Within the next couple of weeks, I will present to my readers a preview of our babies nursery. I was drawn towards Animal print inspired nursery decor and have put together mood boards of my chosen colour pallet and items that I will be displaying. Today I am sharing my designs for inspiration.
We are having another girl and I wanted to tone down the pink slightly for this babies bedroom. Mint and green have always been a firm favourite of mine and I love a grey texture just as my preferred hue. Our nursery has two windows in the room with white voile curtains so plenty of natural light will be radiating in this space. On a far wall is a huge white framed Georgian mirror which gives the impression of a wider room. Our four walls are pretty much a blank canvas to play with. Throughout this post, I have decided to feature wallpaper prints from Murals wallpaper
I adore their range of animal prints which are available in the exact colours that I want to feature alongside my nursery makeover. There are so many great designs on the website which has left me visually designing other rooms in my house. I have also featured products from an independent business I have been using recently, This Modern Life
I have been shopping with an online store vertbaudet ever since my 6 years old was a baby. I love the products that they list as items are unique and really good quality. Featured in the mood board above this print are items that I have ordered and will be using for the new baby.
Organic velour pyjama suit
Pull along luggy
It has been six years since we had our last child but luckily, I still kept her cot which I purchased from Mothercare. I forgot what a lovely shape it was and one new mattress later and the cot looks brand new.
Now is probably a good time to let my readers know how much I adore bunnies. For our impending little girl, I will display bunnies around her nursery. I have already purchased some bunny print muslins and have my eye on a miffy lamp for when she is older. Meanwhile, we have carried on our family tradition and purchased a bunny lamp from a retailer that we have been using for a number of years now. So let’s get into another selection of items that can be found in our nursery.
How adorable is this cloud inspired bookshelf.i was delighted to see that the Sue Ryder charity are offering their own brand of children’s furniture in their online shop. If you love clouds then be sure to check out the inexpensive range of items that they have created. I wrote a previous post about it here.
The grey chair is also available from Sue Ryder but is a children’s chair. Something I will bear in mind for the future but for now, we are investing in a feeding chair. I am happy to purchase one-second hand and have found them online for as little as £25. I am waiting it out until I find a white one for sale.
Our changing table is from Ikea and took just a few minutes to put together.