Is there anything more fun than planning and organizing your life for when your baby is born? To be honest, I was never one to develop a "theme" for a nursery - I just really like neutral colours, and then I would add in some baby specific details. When Ena was born, I swear that I reorganized her room about a million different times. When I got pregnant again, we decided that we would create a beautiful "big girl" room for my oldest, and start planning out the nursery for the youngest. Having 2 girls so close in age was wonderful as we were able to reuse many baby items (something our bank account thanks us for), but it was important for us to create a welcoming room for each girl. So I thought that I would put together a little something highlighting some of my favourite items from each of the girls rooms and introduce you to some of my favourite shops. So here we go!
Shared Room (At My Parents's Place)
The girls share a room at my mom + dads because, of course they do (thank goodness for grandparents and how they spoil their grand babies). This room is pretty simple, it includes a toddler bed and pack and play for the girls. It's super bright, white and girly. And how gorgeous is this flower canvas? I got it from Photowall.com and this company is from Sweden and have some gorgeous designs for all rooms - both prints and wall paper. And now, for 30 days only you can get 20% off your order by using the following code: SamraTeeCampaign2017 .
Ena's Big Girl Room
Ena is a huge bookworm, so her room also includes a little mini reading nook on her bed. She'll spend hours just hanging out with her books and teddy bears under the canopy. Again, her room includes splashes of pink while the majority of the decor is white and beige neutrals. My favourite thing in her room is this picture drawn by one of my close friends that was given to Ena on her first birthday. Thank you auntie Amie!
In her room, I also have her memory box from Savor.us that I mentioned in a previous blog post (click here to read).
Elma's nursery is also really similar to Ena's in terms of colour scheme, but it has a few really amazing details that I couldn't be more proud of.
The above shelves are from one of my absolute favourite shops, Handsome and Gretel. They are local, made to order and are coming out with new lines in 2018. I absolutely love the rose gold and it adds so much character to Elma's nursery.
I mean, how gorgeous are these shelves?!! The above shoes are also from one of my favourite local shops, Aston Baby . Their shoes are gorgeous, wonderful quality and a keepsake I like to keep displayed in Elmas room.
All in all, we're quite happy with how the rooms turned out and are curious to see how they will change as they grow.