Help with Aliyahs bedroom.Ideas please girls

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  1. bbyno1

    bbyno1 Well-Known Member

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    So because Aliyah has always been in our room i have never had to think about what her nursery would be like.Now im just stressing,because there are so many bed sets to choose from so which one do you like best,if any?If not,you could always find one for me:thumbup:hehe.

    Also not sure wether to do the walls pastel pink or pastel purple (lilac) pleasee help,i only got a few days to decide. If it makes any difference her cotbed is light pine and so is her furniture.

    These are a few i have come across
    https://www.4little1s.com/acatalog/Izziwotnot_humphreys_lottie_fairy_princess_cot_duvet.html

    https://www.kiddicare.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/productdisplay0_10751_-1_107854_10001

    https://www.lullabys.co.uk/shop/izziwotnot-forever-friends-beautiful-cot-cot-bed-quilt-14708-0.html

    Can't seem to find any really nice ones:(

    Also if anyones got pictures of their LO's nursery could i have a look please
     
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    lauram_92 Well-Known Member

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    _laura Mummy to Monster Max

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    _laura Mummy to Monster Max

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    bbyno1 Well-Known Member

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    Ooh i like the white idea too with the decals! Never even seen them before:dohh:

    Stupid,stupid Q but you know single duvet covers and cotbed covers..can you put either on a cotbed :s im quite confused with that lol
     
  7. lauram_92

    lauram_92 Well-Known Member

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    not sureee, but i don't think babies are supposed to have duvets till a year. :shrug: think it probably depends on the tog. i think 4 is the biggest you can have when it's in a cot. not 100% sure though!
     
  8. x__amour

    x__amour Mommy.

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    I really like the first and third one! :D
     
  9. Char.due.jan

    Char.due.jan Mummy to Luke

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    Cotbeds are smaller than a single bed so I think single covers would be too large :)


    And I have the my jungle family one too!
     
  10. Callie-xoxox

    Callie-xoxox Mummy Of Lyrik<3

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    I love the jungle one
     
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    There's a thread in toddler section where people posted pictures of there lo room there's some really nice ones x
     
  12. bbyno1

    bbyno1 Well-Known Member

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    Going off to have a look now:D
     
  13. annawrigley

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    Think you would need a cotbed duvet but yeah ideally not to have a duvet until 1 year :D
    I like the first one, and I also like this the Sleepy Owl collection from Dunelm Mill:
    https://www.dunelm-mill.com/shop/bedding/nursery-bedding/sleepy-owl-bedlinen/

    And Vintage Rose is nice too:
    https://www.dunelm-mill.com/shop/bedding/nursery-bedding/vintage-rose-bedlinen/

    I would do the walls either very very pale pink or white and then decorate as Laura said :D White may be a better idea just in case she grows up and doesnt want the pink, depends how long you are gonna be there for though. Also if you're renting is your landlord ok with you painting the walls? x
     
  14. bbyno1

    bbyno1 Well-Known Member

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    ^ It's actually the same landlord as we have atm (my dads friend) and they are doing the place from scratch and my dads the one luckily doing it. The landlord has chosen paint for all the rooms and done Aliyahs room blue so my dad has had a word with him and now changing it to whichever colour i pick :)

    I think im gunna go with a very light pink with some decals.
    Butterflies & flowers etc and then get Aliyah's name on canvas..

    ^they are such a good price!
    Looking at next now,they have some nice ones..ahh
     
  15. Hotbump

    Hotbump SAHM, student, & wife :)

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    i like the second one
     
  16. annawrigley

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    Ahh thats great :D Sounds like a good plan! I'm too scared to ask my landlady if I can put pictures up in case she says no cos I really wanna :blush: And I got Virgin installed (hole drilled through the wall etc) without telling her but you can only get cable here so hopefully she wont mind cos any future tenants would have to have Virgin anyway :lol: x
     
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    What kinda pictures?The ones that stick on the wall like decals (or whatever they are called lol) i read a few posts on here about them and apparently they peel off really easily and you can probably re use them and they don't leave any marks lol. Im not gunna ask my landlord about that though,just gunna do it i think!
    Ooh luckyy,i miss my virgin :(
     
  18. annawrigley

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    No like pictures you have to put a nail in the wall for :flower:
     

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