Nursery Design

A lack of space really becomes evident with the expectant arrival of a new baby.

They may be small but they come with a lot of stuff and a common dilemma that emerges is how and where are they going to fit? It's not how much space you've got, it's the innovative ways you can deal with it.

  • Adding personal touches like artwork really completes the nursery

  • For curtains, use reasonable weighted fabric to diffuse the light and create a cosy space

  • An inexpensive way of carpeting a tiled area is to look for an off-cut and then have it cut to size

  • Use muted and neutral colours

  • Get creative by making your own mobiles using origami

Items featured:
<>Baby's Ark
  • Various baby lotions (POA)

Cloth Curtain Fabric

  • Pick up sticks - fresh fabric
    - width 140cm @ $125/m


  • Magiker combination in white and birch @ $624.00

  • Sniglar Cot in white @ $175.00

  • Sultan Blunda mattress in white

  • Sniglar Change Table in white and birch @ $59.00

  • Adele curtain rings in silver (POA)

  • Silver curtain rod 3m (POA)

  • Robin desk in with top shelf in white with birch trim @ $199.00

  • Kassett storage boxes in white POA

Mother Baby Child

  • Cot reverse quilt in yellow silk and yellow gingham $350

  • Cot Blanket in blue and yellow $89

  • Britt bear in chocolate $66
Caravan Interiors
85 Hall Street
Bondi NSW 2026
Ph: 02 9365 0500
  • Natural leaf fairy lights $44.95

Sydney Framing Centre
Shop 19, Supacentre Moore Park
Ph: 02 9662 1496

  • Frames (POA)

Payless for Carpet

  • Black sisal $300 (cut to size)


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