May 24, Blog , Lifestyle , Parenting 0 Our Nursery project is now complete and I am super chuffed with the finished room. It may well be small, but it is now small but perfectly formed, and has become a wonderful place for my baby girl to sleep and play as she grows up.
If you missed the first two parts of our project, you can catch up on them here — Part 1 Making the most of small places and Part 2 Colour matching and painting.
You can check out my video tour of the finished room below! We decided to go for a grey cloud theme. The room looks light and airy which with such a small space was really important. It has three different height settings, and easily converts to a cot bed when she is bigger.
Very few boxed games so take your own. Stable Cottage sleeps 4 plus a cot and is off a lane from the village green in the small rural village of Ea
I know cot bumpers are controversial, but I love them and keep a close eye on the ties. They are super soft, and I simply move them to the other end of the cot when she sleeps.
Storage in a room this small was always going to be a challenge, so we are using the under cot storage tray to keep extra blankets and sheets. I hate the way you can see inside it at the moment, however this will open be the case for a few more months until we lower the cot. Erin keeps stealing the letters which is annoying as hell, but when they do stay put I love the way it looks. The gorgeous cloud lampshade is from Dunelm — subtle warm glow rather than a bright overbearing shade.
We only had room for the two larger ones, but there is a smaller coat peg cloud as well. On the shelves I wanted a few items to give the room a bit of personality. The Cloud Shelfie, Photo print and Russian dolls are all from Retro Kids — a website which you will be cursing me about in a few days time when your bank balance has been entirely depleted.
I absolutely LOVE this shop and would happily buy the entire website if money was no object! Clearly Neve is a little young for this yet, but having used reward charts with Erin for things like potty training, I know this will be well used as she grows up.
In the meantime, the colours match the theme of the room perfectly. With such a small space to work with, this was one of the only chairs we could find with a really small depth, and is just about big enough to perch my bottom and have a bedtime cuddle.
So there you have it, our finished nursery, and the room that our daughter will be growing up in.
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