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  • Charlotte Nichole

Inside Our Safari themed nursery

It was a given that our gender-neutral nursery would be safari themed. Throughout our home, we pay homage to my husband's ancestral roots, with rustic, tribal finishes. So when brainstorming our little one's bedroom, we knew it had to be the same.

We wanted a space that suited our home ( because yes, it had to work with our home's palette and theme ), but also offer character, creativity, enjoyment and fun for our little bubba. And since we opted for keeping the gender a surprise until labour, we also needed something both a boy and girl would enjoy and suit.

safari themed nursery

We had several safari-themed pieces we wanted to incorporate into the nursery and this really helped with choosing the paint colour and style of furniture. We wanted classic furniture that will work when we re-decorate as our bubba grows. Naturally, white furniture was the best choice, as were natural wood finishes to suit the safari theme.

After a good couple of weeks of getting the nursery ready, we were over the moon for it to be complete and styled ready for bubba's due date ( although Florence didn't arrive for another 10 days! ).

I am so happy with the space, and being completely gender neutral, its just perfect, even for the next one. Since having baby Florence, we have added some splashes of pink, mainly in the way of pink blankets and soft toys.

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Paint colour : Dulux - Beach Walk

Cotbed : Obaby Belton

Changing topper : Obaby Belton

Cot Mobile : Facebook market place - similar here.

Chest of Draws : Ikea - Hemnes

Beechwood shelves : Ikea

White & Black shelves : Homebase

Blind : Dunelm

Radiator Cover: Amazon

Changing Matt : Mama & Papas

Cotbed Sheets : Dunelm

Cot Canopy : Dunelm

World Map Rug : H&M

Zebra & Giraffe Masks : Independent local shop

Hot air balloon light fitting : Dunelm

White rocking chair : Facebook Market place

What's your favourite piece in our gender neutral safari nursery?

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