If you’ve been following me for any length of time, then you probably know I love design and decor. So you can probably imagine how excited I was to decorate another nursery!
I wanted a mix of old and new in order to create something unique—a room that told a story, with heirlooms that held personal meaning. One more thing: I didn’t want to invest in pieces that could only work in the nursery. Again, it’s all about versatility.
The wallpaper and pillow by bear and beau was the first purchase I made.
This hand-inked illustration has been drawn by Corinne Caddy-Townshend using bamboo pens and black ink.
I’m in love with our cam cam changing mat and bed canopy from scandiborn.
With a beautiful bed canopy you can create a cozy space in the room, where your child can play, read, sleep or relax.
We struggled to find curtains with the versatility to work in any room. One evening I stumbled across the fabulous website of Juliancharles.co.uk here I found the buxton grey curtains.
Crafted using a textured thermal fabric blend, which has been specially developed to regulate heat distribution, Buxton helps to keeps your room cool in the summer and cosy in the winter. Buxton also comes with dim-out properties, to minimise intrusive light penetration.
Wild organic sleeping bag by the little green sheep. www.thelittlegreensheep.co.uk
I just couldn’t resist the Jules Verne balloons by authentic models.
Lastly a storage solution for storing all those baby toys, with a 5 year old son there was plenty to hand down. The Boori toy box is the perfect place to tidy away all those toys.