Nurseries {and send us your links!}










Setting up a nursery can be hard work! So many aspects to think about. 

The cot, a change table, storage, a rocking chair, blinds, warmth, noise.....

What do you think are must-haves for a new nursery?

Today we thought we would share some gorgeous nurseries {no we are not clucky hahaha}! Can you find some inspiration in these pictures?

And we want you to send us YOUR links to shops/stores you know about or even own. I will add them here during the day. For those of you looking for inspiration on setting up a nursery this post should help.

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10 comments:

Jenny said...

Had my time in that area but still enjoy the new ideas on how gorgeous nurseries are. I like the one with the lettering and red checked chair.

Cheryl said...

I haven't had a nursery for our 3, we have done a corner of our bedroom up for them.

Tricia Rose said...

I had my third child while I was on holiday, quite unprepared, so I carried him in a Gladstone bag and continued with the holiday. The Sydney Pacific was the biggest salt-water-bath in the world!

So naturally I think people get too much stuff for a new baby. I like the carry pods for new babies but I don't know why anyone bothers with a changing table - babies do fall off! Change them on the floor, on a mat!

Julie-Ann said...

I loved doing up a nursery for our son. We did a pale blue and white teddy bear style nursery. I love these pictures Katrina. For a change table we had a change mat, that was concaved to prevent rolling off, on top of a chest of drawers. The best & most essential product was a night light that played music and images on the ceiling for say 20 minutes. He was a terrible sleeper so this was a god send to us.
My favourite store is Giggle_smiles- she has the cutest products:)

Beach Vintage said...

Love the yellow stripes on the ceiling! Thanks so much for dropping by Beach Vintage and I hope to see you again soon.

Alison said...

Lots of great ideas.
Our Amy has just this weekend moved to a new smaller place and when baby no,2 arrives in November it will be sharing it's nursery with Daddy's study!! Will be interested to look at the links for ideas.
Alison

Momma Rhyne said...

Love the yellow ceiling stripes! So nautical and whimsy..

Belinda - Nest Design Studio said...

Nurseries are my bag baby! Literally....I'm an Interior designer specialising in Nursery & Children's rooms! www.nestdesignstudioblog.blogspot.com

theoldboathouse said...

Number one, a sleeping baby....haha! As a mother of 3 I say must haves are a generous size change table....I always used a small kitchen table and added a skirt around the base. Next I would say good lighting...say a couple of small lamps etc so you can have just enough for night time feeds etc and third a comfy chair or rocker , fabulous pics,cheers katherine

Rachel said...

Julie-Ann you are very tricky!

I'm expecting in December.

We've thought about the nursery a little. We like the Stokke cot in the third picture and the Leander one too, I'll find a picture of it.

We don't know whether we're having a boy or girl, but I like the idea of a cream/coffee/duck egg blue nursery for a boy... I'm a little lost for a girl, I don't want to overdose on pink!

We're not big on lots of stuff, but I want a comfy chair in the nursery for feeding and a cot with 2 (or adjustable) mattress heights.

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