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Nursery tour

Last Saturday Mirjam from The Baby Project visited us to photograph Mia her room for her blog. It felt like a great reminder to show her room here, since it’s been a while. Whenever I post a picture of our daughters room on Instagram I always get a lot of questions on where everything is from, so I thought I’d include some shopping info as well in this post. You simply click the link and you will arrive at the shop where I bought this item. Easypeasy!

So let’s do a nursery tour!

The hanging chair is from HKLiving via fonQ, the commode is vintage and the crib is from IKEA. The dotted blanket hanging over the crib is from Les Reves d’Anais. The basket next to the commode is from Nobodinoz via house of products. The light hanging from the ceiling is from VTWonen.

The rotan basket is a thriftstore find, the bunny is from HEMA and the monkey is from Knuffels van Kaatje. The pink blanket is from Meyco. The mobile above the bed is a DIY from this blogpost.

The commode is vintage and painted in the color “Kiezelgroen”, the elephant is from Sissy-Boy (I could only find the Zebra online but I know they still sell other animals in stores as well), the dream catcher is a DIY. I’ve blogged about the Vitra Toolbox here as a nursery hack, it’s perfect for all the care products you need for your baby.

The wardrobe is vintage and also painted “Kiezelgroen”. The shelves are DIY, underlayment painted white. The persian rug is also vintage and from this post. The kids chair is a Panton Junior from MisterDesign

The pink piggy bank on the top shelf is from Puik Art and the vase on the left is vintage. The books are available in your nearest book store (ha, sorry). The bunny light was a gift so I don’t know where it’s from, the pink pear light is from A Little Lovely Company.

So, I guess this is it! If I forgot an item and you want to know where it’s from, please let me know :)

I am still so happy with this room. Mia still sleeps in our bedroom so we just use it for diapers and dressing her, but I’m pretty sure she is going to like this room as well. And if she doesn’t, we’ll just change it. I don’t mind ;-) Thank you for reading!

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