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.