Celebrity tots give you a tour of their next-level nurs­eries (sort of)


They say nest­ing is an in­te­gral part of get­ting ready for the ar­rival of your baby. Not only does it bring you and your SO to­gether be­fore B-day, it’s also the per­fect ex­cuse to buy some se­ri­ously cute pieces to adorn your lit­tle one’s room with. And boy (or girl), are there tons of dec­o­ra­tive treats to choose from.

Sure, Ch­eryl’s prob­a­bly got her­self an in­fant in­te­rior stylist (they ex­ist, right?) but, as we prove week in, week out, you don’t need an A-list bud­get to have ex­cep­tional style – in­te­rior or oth­er­wise. The high street holds the se­cret to a well turned-out baby’s room with an ar­ray of af­ford­able fur­ni­ture; from cots and chang­ing ta­bles to wardrobes and nurs­ing chairs, you needn’t blow the bud­get on big ticket items when these fru­gal finds are on of­fer.

Of course, it’s the per­sonal touches that make or break any room. We sug­gest opt­ing for soft tex­tures in muted tones for a look that’ll work seam­lessly to­gether. Just add cute cush­ions, min­i­mal mo­biles and a ride-on mam­moth (the es­sen­tials, then) for a nurs­ery so sweet, you won’t mind spend­ing all hours of the night there. Apolo­gies for the re­al­ity check.

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