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.
Sam, the moKee founder met with some of the stylish and inspirational parents who have chosen to build their nursery with our designs. From pregnancy worries to nursery style hacks, it became obvious that moKee parents aren’t just great decorators but fantastic parents too.
When we design our moKee products, we think tirelessly about how every piece of furniture or blanket will benefit the parents and babies who use them. No matter how many stress tests we do and fabric samples we have though, nothing is more helpful to us than hearing from the mums and dads who make moKee part of their lives.