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ROOM TOUR : Easton’s Nursery
It’s a long time ago when I was decorating a nursery for my babies, but it’s always nice to see great examples of how to do it.
When we expect a child, we would like all the best possible for the little one’s first room, but the truth is that we don’t need that much. And believe me, each year, many toys and accessories will pop up into kids’ room, even if we don’t want to. That’s why I would like to show you today this minimal Easton’s Nursery room and give you a few tips. Let’s start it as simple as possible.
Minimalistic, modern and cozy at the same time. Don’t you adore this beautiful Easton’s nursery room? It is created by mom Belinda, from Australia, you can see her account over here. She has cute two boys ! I was glad to discover, that if it comes to a first baby space, we don’t need too many elements, to create a quiet nursery. What are the essential elements? The bed and commode, even though most of the time the baby sleeps close to parents’ bed in the first months. Belinda chose to invest in essential furniture – also in Rafa-kids L shelf.
I think the wallpaper makes this room attractive and playful without being too much. The L shelf can be used above commode for more practical reason, or like in Easton’s nursery, to give a special place for all the favorite and special first belongings of a baby. When Easton grows, his mom can change all the elements and give the L shelf an entirely different look…The L shelves have a practical rail and can fit plenty of the baby wardrobe. There are not many toys in the room – yet! Personally I find the elements in Eston’s Nursery room light and fresh. It’s a great decision to keep a simple color palette of white, grey and a bit of mustard for a gender-neutral nursery. Kids change and grow so fast. I believe such a minimal space is a perfect starting point for this amazing life’s adventure.
You can find more inspiration for Nursery room on Rafa-kids Pinterest here
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