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Brighten Up Your Nursery With These Cute New Pieces

Particularly when your child is small, safety and function are the most important things when putting a nursery together.

But once you’ve chosen the right cot, and changing table for you (and the space you have) it’s time to get creative. After all, though your baby might not remember the décor, you’re going to spend a lot of time in this room, so it would be great if you enjoyed the space.

Whether you’re decorating for the first time, or fancy an update or a new splash of colour, these pieces will brighten up any bedroom.

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Cute Furniture Pieces

Clockwise from top left: JoJo Maman Bébé Play Table, IKEA Sundvik Extendable Bed Frame, Mothercare Balham Changing Unit, Mamas&Papas Mia Classic Cot Package, Mothercare Reclining Glider Chair.

When buying furniture for your child’s room, it’s important to balance what is practical for them at whatever stage they’re at, with longevity. However cute tiny furniture is, you don’t want to have to buy a whole new set every time they get a bit bigger; so think about what you can continue to use, or repurpose.

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Bright Bedding

Clockwise from top left: IKEA Djungelskog Duvet & Pillow case, IKEA Stillsamt Blanket, Arnotts Hatley Swan Blanket, IKEA Urskog Duvet & Pillow case, Mothercase Little Bird Quilt.

Bedding is one of the best ways to give a room a makeover without spending a fortune. Look out for natural fibres which will help your little one stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer.

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Storage

Clockwise from top left: JoJo Maman Bébé Underbed storage, JoJo Maman Bébé Storage Basket, JoJo Maman Bébé Toy Sorter, Mamas&Papas Changer With Shelves & Hanging Rail, IKEA Busunge Chest of Drawers.

From baby clothes and nappies, to toys and teddies, little ones need a surprisingly large amount of storage! Choose under-bed options that are easy to access, make a display of books and favourite objects, or use baskets and boxes for quick clear up.

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Decorations

Clockwise from left: JoJo Maman Bébé Giraffe Height Chart, Mamas&Papas PomPom Mobile, Mamas&Papas Knitted Bunting, Mamas&Papas Rabbit Wall Sticker, Mamas&Papas Llama Cushion.

This is where you might need to control yourself and set a clear budget, because there are so many gorgeous options. But sometimes less is more!

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So what have you gone for when decorating your child's nursery/bedroom? Let us know in the comments below, or join the conversation of Facebook!


About the Author

Emily is our Digital Editor. She has three awesome nieces, and has accidentally worn the same outfit as them on at least one occasion. Emily likes making things, including hand-drawn cards, and a darn good chocolate cake. She still sounds very English, despite living in Dublin for the last nine years. More insight into the workings of her brain can be found on dancingcakesandsilence.blogspot.com.

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