Happy Monday everyone!
Today I want to share Mia’s nursery reveal with you all. It is packed full of blush tones, cosy textures and the cutest little details. The brief I got from my client (and now friend) Joanne was dreamy and pink! She wanted a cosy space that felt warm and pretty for Mia to enjoy and grow in. I’m so pleased with how the room turned out and even more so that Jo and the family adore it. As always, I’ll write a bit about the room then post the images and at the end, link all the products so you can easily shop the look.
Our starting point was the Cole and Son’s star wallpaper. It’s such a lovely pale blush colour and the design is really versatile. By having a simple patterned design, it allows the room to evolve into a toddler bedroom, then young girl’s room and still look age appropriate. When I showed Jo this wallpaper as a starting point, it was a big YES and from there we could start introducing complimenting blush accents.
Although everything works so well as a finished product, we did face the challenge of making sure all the pink tones were similar. Some items we bought online were too peach, some were too candy pink and some were too musky (the joys of shopping online and the colour arriving way off.) So we swapped things around until we achieved the perfect tonal range and the room looked balanced.
Another issue we had was trying to find floating timber shelvingggg! Omg, raw timber shelving (not laminate) is so hard to come across. The only ones I have ever loved are the Ethnicraft oak ones stocked by Globewest, but they weren’t the right size so we had some custom made for the recess. Jo’s friend is a carpenter and he did a fantastic job creating the three shelves below (I have linked his details in the shop the look section.)
Looking back at this project, I love how all the little details help make the space balanced and harmonious. Often, the finer details are the elements that bring the whole space together and create visual impact. The subtle pops of gold, warm timber tones, and ruffles of tulle are repeated throughout the nursery, to do exactly that- delight the eye and tie the room together.
Okay enough rambling about the process. Below are the images I took of Mia’s nursery last week and most of the supplier links. If I’ve accidentally left something out, just leave a comment in the comments section and I’ll answer asap 🙂
Have a lovely week,
Cot || Shop here
Dresser || Shop here
Wallpaper || Shop here
Rug || Shop here
Chair || Shop here
Ottoman || Shop here
Pom pom cushion || Shop here
Mrs Mighetto poster || Shop here
Rabbit poster || Shop here
Book shelves || Shop here
Bunny head || Shop here
Timber shelves || Shop here
Sheepskin || Shop here
Trunks || Shop here
Rocking Horse || Shop here
Change basket || Shop here
Change basket blanket || Shop here
Soft toys on shelf || Shop here
Cupcakes on shelf || Shop here
Reversible quilt || Shop here
Heart string lights || Shop here
Lidded baskets || Shop here
Gold sequin wire heart || Shop here
Muted gold round cushion || Shop here
Small horse print || Shop here
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