Our latest nursery tour comes from Glasgow based BG reader Lindsay, who is mum to Orla, two years, and is due to have another little girl literally any day now – good luck! Lindsay has created a light, airy space with splashes of detail and colour.
Lindsay says: As I think many parents do, I started with an all-white room as I didn’t know the sex of my baby until she was born, and then added splashes of colour and areas of interest once I knew. I think it turned out to be a lovely room if I do say so myself!
The cotbed is the John Lewis ‘Squares’ Cotbed which they don’t seem to sell anymore, but they do have a couple of similar including the Deco cotbed, Â£367. The ‘Garland’ light is by Habitat and you can find similar in store for around Â£25. The blanket is the ‘carousel’ by Dwellbaby (now DwellStudio) which I got from Lula Sapphire, the fab moroccan pouffes are from Graham&Green and are Â£115 each, and the armchair is from the Ektorp range at Ikea but only currently seems to be available with a curved back (Tullsta) for Â£96.89.
The bunting is from The White Company (for bunting with a vintage touch, BG is crazy about Baby’s Bunting which we featured here). The artwork above the cot is wrapping paper on pinboards – (we’re loving Lindsay’s bit of make-your-own!)
I got the changing mat from Farmore Babies in St Andrews – incidentally one of the nicest baby/child gift/toy shops in the whole country in my opinion, certainly better than anything else in Scotland!
The framed prints are by Petra Boase, with prices starting from around Â£40. The large letters on the wall are from Morello Living where they do a wide range of letters in fabrics and woods.
Lindsay hasn’t let pregnancy deter her and is now in the process of a creating a toddler bedroom for Orla which she’ll be sharing with us soon.
If you’re on the lookout for artwork for your child’s room don’t forget to check our roundup of where to buy artwork for children’s living spaces.
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