For the birth of her first child, blogger Emma Highfield wanted to create a space that would grow with her little girl. Choosing to stay away from the typical girly look, Emma decided to keep the colours neutral, bringing in pops of peach and geometric monochrome as the accents. She either made or created a lot of the items that fill the room, including painting the very cool feature wall and sewing lovely patterned bunting. The outcome as I am sure you will agree is simply divine...
"Thea is two and a half weeks old, our wee darling girl that we cannot wait to make memories with and watch her grow". And filled with so many personal touches this gorgeous room is perfect place to fill with those memories.
We caught up with Emma to find our more about Thea's gorgeous room...
What sort of space were you trying to create when setting up Thea's room?
I wanted to create a fun and flexible space that wasn't too 'girly', I am not much of a 'pink' girl myself so I wanted the nursery to be semi gender neutral. Her room is designed to be easy adapted as she develops her own tastes and preferences and is hopefully a space she will love when she gets a bit older.
What is your favourite thing in Thea's room?
Her chalkboard wardrobe doors, I hope she will enjoy endless creative play drawing all over these!
Where did you collect most of the pieces in her room?
Most of the pieces in her room were purchased online via NZ homeware and baby stores such as Jamie Kay, Citta Design, White Fox & Co, Lorna Love and Superette.
As she grows up, what things will you add to help the room grow with her?
My Hubby is already making a bookcase which will double as low level shelving and I have a big toy box waiting to be re-painted.
To find out more information on this gorgeous room head over to Emma's lovely blog Beau Monde Mama.