Baby Girl Nursery Tour

I'm so excited to share baby girl's nursery with you all today. It's been a work in progress and it's taken a while to get everything right. However it's all come together and I'm so pleased with it.

I knew when we found out we were expecting our second baby, I wanted a neutral grey and white theme. You can see my neutral nursery inspiration post here. I've stuck with that, however once we found out were having another baby girl, I added a few pink touches to it too.

This is what you see when you walk into the room. The nursery is the smallest room in our home, so I wanted to make sure there was plenty of storage, but not too overcrowded with furniture too. I think the decor of white and grey brightens the room up, as well as the big window. I chose a pair of blackout curtains, so there isn't a need for a blind too and we also have the matching ceiling shade.

We opted for a cotbed again this time, which should last until baby girl is around three to four years old. Although they're a bit bigger in size than a regular cot, I personally think it's worth paying a little bit more for something that will last a lot longer.

I couldn't resist this Jellycat bunny for baby girl, to match her big sisters' and I love the little milk bottle rattle too.

I wanted somewhere we could change the baby, but didn't want to pay a lot for a changing unit which would only last a year or so. Instead we purchased the Hemnes drawers from Ikea and I have added a wedge changing mat on top (with a cover, to make it more comfortable), to make our own little changing station.

I like that the drawers can grow with her and it currently holds plenty of essentials, clothes and blankets. There is also a wicker basket containing some changing essentials; a handful of nappies, wipes, nappy bags and a couple of sleepsuits and bodysuits.

For a little extra storage, I chose the Kallax units with white baskets and I have placed a few decorative items on there too. I will add baby girl's initial letter on here, once she has arrived and we have announced her name.

I love these prints from Desenio and they are absolutely perfect for the nursery. They go really well with the grey and white theme, with a touch of pink. We also have a subtle cloud theme too, so there is a cloud bunting hanging above the prints, along with a cloud shelf and hook, bedding and cushions.

My partner handmade the cloud shelf and cloud hook himself, which I think is a lovely touch. They are even better than I ever imagined and I'm so pleased with how they turned out! For now I have added some soft toys, but I will put them in her storage basket and replace them with her name blocks on there once she's finally here.

On the windowsill, I have filled another wicker basket with swaddles and next to the window is a shelf full of classic baby books; including The Tale of Peter Rabbit, Guess How Much I Love You and The Very Hungry Caterpillar (just to name a few!).

So there you have baby girl's nursery! I will do a separate blog post on how I've organised the drawers and boxes etc. soon, so keep an eye out on the blog for that! I have linked most things below too, if you want to know where things are from.

Classic Cotbed - The White Company
White Wicker Basket - The Basket Company
Kallax Unit - IKEA
Branas Baskets - IKEA
Pink Spot Blackout Curtains - Great Little Trading Company
Pink Spot Ceiling Shade - Great Little Trading Company
Wedge Changing Mat - Mothercare
Changing Mat Cover - Aden + Anais
Grey Knitted Blanket - The White Company
Cloud Blanket - The White Company
Alphabet Print - Desenio
Elephant Print - Desenio

What do you think of baby girl's nursery? You can see what finishing touches were added in this post.

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  1. This looks absolutely beautiful Emma and i love the neutral theme with little touches of dusky pink here and there. It's all SO pretty, the perfect nursery for a baby girl! xx

  2. so pretty Emma, really like it. I'm all for things that aren't too 'in your face' pink. So the subtle hints here are lovely x

  3. It's beautiful! I love the white and grey styling with the little pink touches! x

  4. What a beautiful nursery - I do love Ikea, my bedroom units are from there. Kaz x

  5. What an absolutely beautiful room Emma, it's stunning. It's something I would hope to achieve if we had a third bedroom for our baby bump. All you need now is a baby x

  6. Aww beautiful. It's so funny. 1st time round I was all about pink with my baby girl but with baby girl no.2 it's all grey xxx

  7. This is such a beautiful room! So light and clean and lovely! Xx

  8. Oh I absolutely love this!! How totally gorgeous, it looks like such an inviting and restful space for your little one!

  9. Gorgeous space, I love the book shelf and little wooden rabbit! xo

  10. Aww it's so beautiful!! I cannot wait to have our little one in his room too xx

  11. This is absolutely stunning! I wish I'd gone a little more neutral with my nursery. This is so pretty!

    Georgina x

  12. This room is absolutely beautiful - I love the Jelly Cat teddy especially, so cute! The fact that you've kept it so neutral is good, it means you can really change it any way you like!

  13. This is absolutely beautiful - such a calm and peaceful room. I love it!


  14. This is so beautiful I love the Jelly Cat bunnies :)



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