Nursery style: Sunny yellow

October 7, 2011

"yellow nursery ideas"

I love a yellow nursery or toddler room.  It’s happy, it’s sunny and it works for boy or girl.  So I’ve put together some yellow nursery ideas with a few of my favourite things:

1. Pip Early bird wallpaper – Bright and bold with an oriental-esque vibe.  The Pip early bird wallpaper costs £56.39 for a roll from Tangled Tree Interiors.

2. Ouef NYC Sparrow crib – A beautiful crib with simple lines and an elegant shape. I love the crisp white against the bright yellow wallpaper.  You can get this crib at Huggle who don’t yet sell online but you can call them.

3. La Voliere Pendant Lamp –  a stunning light with little birds made with real feathers sat in a cage.  This bird cage light comes from the Conran Shop and costs £369.

4. Linero Sol Abc poster – I’m a big fan of mixing styles so I picked this alphabet poster for it’s good looks and it’s retro/ vintage feel.  The lovely poster is from L’affiche Moderne for €39.

5. Pom Pom garland – A little splash of colour in the form of delicate pom pom bunting.  This pom pom garland is from a store called Happy Circus on Etsy and it costs £15.50.

6. Acapulco Mini chair – Love this chair.  Hand made in Mexico, this chair is so elegant and beautiful.  There is an adult version too in case you’re tempted!  Nest have it for sale for £147.

7. Lucky boy sunday soft toys – I love Lucky boy sunday.  So quirky, so cool.  And what’s a nursery without soft toys?  Perched on the chair is Kiki doll and the one lying under the cot is Bow Jovi.  You’ll find these two and more at  Little Fashion Gallery where they cost from around €40.

8. Lale quilt – last but not least is the quilt by one of my favourite French brands Lale.  This quilt has little roses printed on it and on the reverse there’s an orange scallop print.  Just beautiful.  This Lale quilt costs £80.20 from smallable.com

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