Our baby girl’s room is the smallest room in our house, Daisy drew the short straw being our 3rd and final baby. James got evicted from his office and the box room became Daisy’s nursery/bedroom. We started decorating this room back in August 2016 about 4 months before Daisy was born, we didn’t want to find out the sex of our baby and decided to go with a neutral theme, I absolutely love grey at the moment and decided to go with a grey theme, that way a bit of pink or a bit of blue could be added to the room to give a bit of colour depending on the sex of our baby.
My dad kindly did our wall papering, he’s really good with DIY jobs, I think we’d all be lost without him, I’m not sure how James would be with wallpapering but is really good with painting. I absolutely love spots so the spotty grey wallpaper became our feature wall, we decided to just do one wall with wallpaper and kept all the other walls painted neutral, we opted for an off white colour with a hint of mint green, the paint was from B&Q and I seem to think the colour is called Milky Coffee. The wallpaper was from House of Fraser and is from the Graham & Brown range.
Here are a few photos before the room was finished.
And here are a few photos once finished, I wouldn’t say it’s completely finished yet, I still want to add a rug and maybe a few wall stickers for the plain wall. It’s certainly taking shape now and looking more like a bedroom/nursery than a blank canvas and I absolutely love it.
The White wooden shelf below is a bespoke shelf made by my brother-in-law Ashley (AAW Custom Interiors). The pink paper pom poms are from Hobby Craft, I absolutely love these. The wooden LOVE letters are from Mothercare and match Daisy’s bedding.
The bedding set, bunny, comforter and matching cot organizer pockets are from Mothercare and are from the My Little Garden range . Our cot mobile is from when we had the boys, if money was no object then I would have opted for a pink one to match the bedding, it’s a neutral one so it’s fine, the same with the changing mat and over cot changer, these were from when the boys were babies and are neutral too.
The large white drawers are from Ikea and are part of the MALM range, we also have a small set at the end of the cot which fit nicely in the small space. The curtains and matching light shade are both from Amazon and are part of the Silvercloud Counting Sheep range.
The money boxes were both gifts along with both frames too. I’ve still got to fill the middle frame, it’s got little heart pegs where you can hang little bits. I’m still pondering over what to put in it, maybe hospital tags, first shoes etc, any other suggestions or ideas?
***This is a personal blog post and is not a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are my own***