Sunday, February 23, 2014

The nursery reveal

It's FINISHED!!! I am so excited to be able to reveal our little bubba's nursery! When I was pregnant with Oliver, we lived in a gorgeous but petite European 1 bedroom apartment. We didn't have a dedicated nursery, so decorating one has actually been a first for this second time mama. Although our newest bubba boy will be sleeping in our bedroom for the first 6 months in a co-sleeper, I still wanted him to have his own special space - not to mention a place to change nappies out of our bedroom.


The vision I had in mind was a rustic, woodland theme - minus the typical woodland cartoon animals that are in abundance when you search for woodland nursery on Pinterest. My general style is quite simplistic; I don't cope well with clutter and so I just used some existing pieces of furniture as well as some new, borrowed & handmade additions. It feels like a really soft, happy space - I'm really pleased with how it turned out...















Now we just need a bubba boy to complete this picture - c'mon baby!

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15 comments:

  1. Precious!! I love the woodsy minimalist theme!! Gorgeous!

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  2. Adorable, I love the pattern on the chair!

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  3. What a beautiful room! Lovely colours and so light and fresh in feel.

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  4. Woow! What a difference and what a nice use of the room as well! The window looks way larger and there's so much light! You created a lovely place and yeah come on baby!!
    Btw where did you put the desk?

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  5. What a lovely nursery you created for your baby! Great job!

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  6. very cute Lu!! Can't wait to see pics of baby in it! x

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  7. Awww... It turned out adorably!!! :-)

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  8. It is colorful, but still so serene. Well done. It is a perfect nursery to come home to!

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  9. So cute, I love the woodland/outdoor theme!

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