Floral Posh Nursery

Floral nursery by The Collaborative.

Some combinations are just winners…. and florals, dusty pinks and a touches of greenery will without doubt always make a good design combo. This girly girl floral nursery nook can be replicated in a small area or a bigger room design with ease. The elements used in this setup can be easily transferred into an older bedroom setup as well as other parts of the house. We love the vintage feel of this room.

We also like the fact that although it’s a girly room design, we have only used touches of pinks in the room.

And can we just take a minute to adore the soft toys used in this design. The standard of handmade toys in South Africa has risen immensely and we are proud to showcase the best of the best in our style sessions,

 

Get The Floral Nursery Look:

The furniture used in this design: Cot – IKEA, Changing Table – Lotters Pine.

La Fede Designs: Llama head, Bear Door stop, Wooden Camera

LittleME by Little Interiors: High Contrast Dangles, Play Gym Play Frame, A4 print/poster frame

Ami & Me: Muslin Blankets

Charlie Loves Studio: Sweet Lola Bunnies

Oumaz handmade: Crochet Blankets

Stonecamp Leather: Laura Shoes

Ko-coon: Moses Basket

Tiger Lily: Tiger Lily Gift Set, Nesting dolls

Mayalief: Wall hook, rainbow wall hanging

Tiny Tiger Kids: Floral wreath

Vintage Living Furniture: Znot Bot

We would love to hear your thoughts on our latest room reveal.

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Hi, I’m Mariette. I’m an interior designer specialising in kids and baby decor and interiors. Thank you for visiting my decor and lifestyle blog. If you like my content you can pop over to my social media links bellow for more inspiration.

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