Create a Princess bedroom without a Disney character in sight

 Update your little girls bedroom with these royal inspired pieces to add just the right amount of pink – and not a Disney princess in sight (not that I have anything against Disney – I personally just can’t stand character bedding – or clothing for that matter…) These stylish pieces ensures the room grows with your child too: 1. Mirror £9.98 Becky & Lolo 2. Hangers £9.99 for set of 3 Zara Home Kids  3. Easy fit chandelier £31.50 Laura Ashley…

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Cute woodland themed LED night lights for babies nursery

Looking for a cute nursery update? How about these woodland themed night lights? They’re cheap and oh so cheerful. The large bunny light as been around for a while now and keeps popping up on stylish baby interior pages in magazines, on mummy blog mood-boards and gift lists – that it’s fast becoming a nursery classic. Miss Marnie was given one as a gift  – but, I think I may have to add the baby bunny to keep her company. These…

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Personalised kids bedding from Pottery Barn

One of my bestest mama friends got this beautiful personalised bedding from Pottery Barn Kids for Miss Marnie’s 1st birthday – and I will say it makes a super idea for a new a new baby or 1st Christmas present too. Besides being a timeless gift – it’s a lovely, supersofy quilted throw and matching pillowcase edged with peppermint grosgrain ribbon (other colours available). And, the perfect size as a bed topper  for a toddler’s bed or cotbed –  this is one bed I can’t…

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The best classic baby blankets

Blankets are my weakness. Even though Miss Marnie has loads – these are my top three classic styles. With the cold nights finally here which one will you choose for your VIB? (TOP) The one for a VIB’s cot or pram: A classic cellular style blanket but with a Luxe brushed feel. This crisp white one will go with any nursery theme from £18 The Little White Company (Middle) The one for colder nights: Velvety soft and edged with satin this is a slightly…

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Designer wallpaper for kids rooms

The best tip I’ve had about decorating a nursery is:  ‘Keep the curtains, carpet and lighting grown-up – and then have fun with the rest!’ Makes sense really. I’m all for avoiding cartoon/novelty printed curtains and paper shades at all costs – in favour of neutral, classic pieces to ensure the room will grow with your baby, toddler and child. So, on the fun note what about these super cool and funky wallpapers designed by New Yorker Aimée Wilder? Aimée’s wallpaper is printed to order and…

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