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Long overdue nursery tour

14:46:00 The little things... 1 Comments

So I've said a few times that I'll do this now and never quite got around to actually doing it. It doesn't helped that it's very much lived in now and so isn't always picture perfect!!! 

When I found out I was having a girl one thing I know for sure was that although I like pink I didn't want everything pink pink  pink! 

The nursery was already painted a lovely neautral, light green and I really didn't want to change it. The room had hardly been used, we haven't lived in the house long since the renovations. Luckily pink goes quite nice with green- or so I think anyway, but I'm no expert on interior design let's face it! 

The other thing I knew was I loved owls and thought I needed to incorporate that somehow. So some piccies for you...


(I think the light may be along the walls look a little brighter than they actually are here!) 


These frames were cheap frames from an auction shabbied up (Is that a real thing?) with Annie Sloan paint in Florence! And in them is wallpaper - so much cheaper than any prints I could find!



This is our little reading and feeding area, it's an old Parker Knowles rocking chair given to us as a gift by one if my closest friends painted in Farrow and Ball and then just accessoried with a pretty cushion from primark! The little chest was a find from eBay and it's painted in Annie Sloan Antoinette (pink), I love the colour! 


Our little changing area is just on a chest painted in Farrow and ball and various pretty knobs from eBay! 


This is how it looked before we took out the chimney out, boarded up and plastered etc just incase anyone is interested...


The photo above was the before and then temporary spare room once it had been sorted and painted and then below is my lovely father in law removing the chimney!! 


Please leave links to any of your renovations or posts you have seen, I love to be nosy!!

Lots of love,
Hayley xxx

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1 comment:

  1. Ooh I've been waiting for this! It's lovely, so cute and shabby chic! Daisy is a very lucky girl to have such a stylish muma :)

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