Interiors • April 29, 2013

A Room For LL- A Nursery Room Tour (Our Old House)

Last week I published a post showing Mads new ‘big girl’ room.  I thought that I would now do a tour of my littlest lady’s room too.

This one isn’t quite as exciting as we have only added a few finishing touches.  This room used to be our spare room before we became pregnant with Mads, and had already been decorated for her, so as she is only two and the bedding etc is still like new, we decided against completely redoing it for LL.

Still I am really pleased with how it has turned out.  When I was pregnant with Mads I really wanted a pastel coloured room that wasn’t too overloaded with pink!



The theme of the room, apart from pastels, is ‘My Unusual Friends’ which was from Marks and Spencers and is a series of little character monsters.  I loved the fact that they were cute but not overly cute!


Some friends very kindly bought LL this gorgeous bunting and it is so long it takes up the whole of one wall which looks lovely.


I love these building blocks in the same pastel colours.


Just like he did with Mads, Mr E bought LL a special present on the day she was born and bought it to the hospital.  Here is her rabbit.


I have a bit of a weird obsession with Russian Dolls and Mr E bought this set for me one Christmas- we thought they looked good sat on the shelf.


Another monster friend!


This rabbit hangs from a large spring above her changing table so as she gets a bit bigger she can watch her while she is having her nappy changed.


This is ‘Big George,’ who sits on the chest by her cot.


Some more little monster friends.


Every girl needs a bear from the year they were born!  This one is from her Auntie Paula.


A bag to hang from her door to keep bits and pieces in- I am not a fan of clutter!


So there you have it.  A pretty, pastel nursery for my little lady.  In a way I wish we had changed the theme but it seems silly when they are babies for such a short time.  We will just go to town on her own ‘big girl room’ in a couple of years!

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