When moKee took up a search to find the most stylish moKee nurseries we didn’t expect to have two winners – it was too hard to choose just one! Here’s the second winner’s nursery - their style and design inspiration!
When moKee took up a search to find the most stylish Mokee nurseries we didn’t expect to have two winners – it was too hard to choose just one! Here’s the first installment of one of our winner’s nursery- their style and design inspiration!
It’s well known that second babies tend to get a rough deal – they have to put up with an older sibling, they tend to get less attention, they have to put up with the hand-me-down wardrobe and they will probably have the smallest room in the house.
This is a story about a nursery that started with the illustration and the BFG quote “Dreams is full of mystery and magic . . . Do not try to understand them.” Then there was a cot. There were plants to create the countryside atmosphere in the middle of London.
We wanted to keep the nursery gender neutral so decided to go for a monochrome look with pops of yellow and grey. We both love the scandi style but also wanted to add our own personal touches and a sense of family - that’s why we've made a lot of the things in the room.
Whether you have a large or small nursery, designing your perfect room is something most expectant parents look forward to. I certainly did and got a lot of inspiration from Pinterest and blogs. I’m about to design the nursery for our second baby, due in November. It’s a small room and I will be blogging about the process of creating a functional yet stylish nursery in a small space. But first here are some tips to make the most out of your space for your new arrival.