I thought it would also be nice to get some proper photos done once baby is here so we can show her off at the same time.
By the way, I have compiled a list of everything in the room so pop down to the end of the post to find out where everything is from. As you come into the room we have put my desk tucked into the corner, a day bed on the right, the cot under the window as this was the only spot it would fit but I reckon we will move it once the baby starts sleeping in here in a few months time, and a large set of drawers running down the left side of the room. I have also added a rug to make the room feel cosy.
The only thing we have done to the room is re-paint the floor and touch up the walls see that process in this post. I used that colour as a basis for the other muted colours including blue, green and pink. The Sebra Kili cot bed is the first thing anyone mentions when they see the room for the first time.
I love the Danish design. I decided to buy the baby a few toys before she arrives as it felt a bit sad to have a nursery with no toys or sweet things to look at. A big plant on the window sill helps to bring a bit of freshness. I painted the little vintage shelf unit that used to hang over our kitchen sink and it works perfectly in this room.
I needed a large chest of drawers in this room as there was no space for a wardrobe. I changed the knobs to white porcelain ones. The large IKEA chest of drawers was a must for storage purposes. Therefore, he won on the cupboard front and actually these drawers are ridiculously good for fitting loads in them. The top of the unit is perfect for a changing spot, too. Drawer dividers are perfect for lots of cute little baby clothes.
I love this changing basket that I have lined with a vinyl changing mat and popped a lovely muslin over it. I moved my pocket String shelf over to this side of the room.
I wanted the lighting in this room to be really soft so I have kept this lamp that used to be in the home office. I was going to try to do without any desk space but I quickly realised that whilst I could it would be silly not to take advantage of this corner of the room where the vintage school desk from our hallway fits perfectly.
The wall facing the window was the perfect spot for a desk as it fits perfectly here.
This vintage school desk used to be our hallway table. Again, we used Light Blue for the door and its frame. I used a couple of spice racks for my stationery as the desk is so small and hung my favourite Double Merrick print over the desk.
The rug brings so much warmth to this room and it fits the space perfectly.
Never was assault delivered with grander enthusiasm. Can't wait for this year's visit! Assembly can be managed by one person but why not speed the process up with the help of a friend.
Another favourite addition is the hot air balloon lampshade that diffuses the overhead light so beautifully. I wanted to make the daybed as cosy as possible so I covered it in a quilt and lots of pillows and cushions.
The Muuto Dot coat hooks are perfect for hanging the lights on. But, as you can see, there is lots of space for more! The cot is my absolute favourite thing about the room. Love some of the soft toys I have found like this bunny.
And this Sebra elephant on wheels is my fave. All that remains is for this baby to arrive in three weeks — we can not wait to meet her! Katy x Source list:
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