I can’t tell you how excited I’ve been to reveal our DIY nursery project to you, but there’s a few things we haven’t quite got round to just yet, so I’m saving the grand reveal for when the project is entirely finished. Until then I thought I’d
tease give you a little sneak peek, as part of me is convinced that with my labour imminent (tomorrow, is the 2nd of March aka my due date!) I’ll completely forget to show you anything!
As I’ve mentioned before we went for a safari theme for the nursery, inspired by various rooms I’d seen on Pinterest and even Target. The key thing for us when visualising this space, was to create a room that both Ored and I and our little one would be happy in. It’s natural to instinctively focus on the needs and wants of your new arrival, but the reality is that as parents we’ll also spend a lot of time in the nursery so ultimately, we needed a child and adult friendly space.
Both Ored and I adore animals, so we we’re really keen to inject this into the nursery and hopefully share our love of wildlife with our little one. With the focus on our safari theme, we managed to bypass the pitfalls of gender-specific designs, opting for a colour scheme that was bold, bright and engaging for everyone!
A bigger and better reveal will be coming very soon, but in the meantime I would love to hear about your nursery designs and inspiration, so make sure to comment below!