The home tour continues! This time round, it’s Munch’s bedroom on show.
We decorated this early into the pregnancy. We wanted something that was gender neutral so dived for the trusty Dulux shade ‘Egyptian Cotton’ (this makes a fair appearance in our house!).
The furniture is Mamas & Papas Rialto range, which has stood the test of time. We have added to the furniture with an Ikea classic…all hail the Ikea Expedit, which has added ample storage for bedding! You can also spy the Eames replica rocker in there too.
What I love Most About This Room
I adore the Mamas & Papas nursery interior range we picked (Light of the Moon). It is discontinued now, but I love the colours and accessories that were available, such as the canvas pictures and adorable curtain tie backs, which I have used to decorate the corners of the room.
Owls feature quite a bit in this room, with the owl cushions coming from Home Bargains (alongside the bunny lamp…£1.99 bargain!) and the owl doorstop (sitting in the Expedit unit) a trusty TK Maxx purchase.
Stay tuned for more room tours over the coming weeks. I’ll have to whizz around and complete it before the big house move!
Get ready to save some more with this weeks Splurge Vs Save. Showing you how you can have a stylish home for less.
This week I’m looking at floor lamps. I have always loved these fabulous over hanging floor lamps that have been quite popular for a few years now.
Whilst doing a bit of online window shopping I stumbled upon this weeks splurge.
Marble Base Floor Lamp Splurge
This weeks splurge is nothing short of spectacular, but then again so is the price. Coming in at a eye watering £1,636 this Achille Castiglioni and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni designer floor lamp is a design great and is being stocked at John Lewis.
Marble Base Floor Lamp Save
If like me, you don’t have a spare £1,636 for a floor lamp, I have tracked down a more reasonable high street version at Dwell. For a more purse friendly £199, this floor lamp will give you all the style and none of the shock.
That’s a saving of £1,437!
It’s time for another snippet of family life with this weeks Mummy Daddy Me’s Ordinary Moments post.
Ever since Munch was little she has loved to check herself out in the mirror and this has just developed as she has got older.
We have a full length mirror on our dressing room wall and it is the only mirror she can reach. So if I’m upstairs and she goes missing, I know where I can find her.
She will stand there for a good 10 minutes. Pulling faces, inspecting her eye balls and giggling.
Innocent fun at its best!