My Dream Nursery…..

With bump due to become a baby in just 4 short weeks time, planning and preparing the nursery has been top of the agenda. After lots of list making, and research we decided on the items we wanted to include in the nursery – our ‘Dream nursery’ wishlist……

The cot and furniture
Every nursery needs a cot. We decided a cot bed would be perfect for us, as it will last from baby to toddler, saving us money in the long run! Top of my dream cot-bed list? This amazing Boori sleigh cot bed, simply because it is gorgeous, classic and stylish! And of course, you would have to have the matching chest of drawers and changing table to complete the look!

An elegant and beautiful nursery furniture set is top of my wishlist!

The mattress
A very important item to consider when planning the nursery is the mattress. I believe that you should invest in a really good quality mattress, and make sure it fits the cot correctly. I like the look of this Coir spring cot bed mattress. Hopefully this would be comfortable and snug, and ensure a good night’s sleep for everyone!

A comfortable mattress is an essential

The nursing chair
An absolute must have item in my eyes! I loved the nursing chairs at my local community hospital when I had my first baby – they made feeding a much more comfortable experience, even in the middle of the night. Let’s face it – what new mummy (or daddy) wouldn’t jump at the chance to sit comfortably with their feet up?! I am loving the look of this Arden Glider nursing chair and footstool with it’s elegant finish and smooth gliding action.

My luxury item – a glider chair and footstool

The highchair
Thinking slightly ahead to the minefield of weaning, a good highchair is another must have! For me, one that can be used at the table for family meals is essential, which is why I love the look of the Cosatto 3sixti circle highchair. As well as being practical, sturdy and easy to use and clean, it has a fun, funky design which would appeal to little ones!

A fun and funky highchair makes weaning more fun!

All the items on my ‘Dream Nursery’ wishlist have been chosen from the wide selection available HERE. There is a huge range of products, styles and designs to choose from, so something suitable for every home.

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  1. April 22, 2013 / 11:49 am

    Love all that stuff I’ve always wanted a nursing chair!

    • April 22, 2013 / 11:52 am

      I love, love, love nursing chairs! My local midwife centre has them in every delivery room!

  2. April 22, 2013 / 1:05 pm

    the bed is really lush!! and i wish i had room for a nursing chair but my rooms havent been that spacious when i had my son!

    • April 22, 2013 / 1:53 pm

      The cot is gorgeous – maybe next time you could have a nursing chair?! 😉

  3. April 22, 2013 / 1:36 pm

    The highchair is gorgeous! Love the print. I would quite like that for my dining chairs…

    • April 22, 2013 / 1:51 pm

      It’s so bright and eye catching isn’t it?! I would love dining chairs like that too lol

  4. April 22, 2013 / 1:52 pm

    If we have another baby a nursing/glider chair is going to the top of my list. I really wish we had got one first time around!

    • April 22, 2013 / 1:53 pm

      It’s my essential item this time around – makes feeding so much more comfy!

  5. December 6, 2015 / 5:49 am

    A glider was passed on to me, and I am so grateful for it even after 20 months! We have a tiny nursery but I can’t imagine not having the chair in it. It’s where we read bedtime stories every night, and have a nurse and a cuddle first thing in the morning. And for those days where my little guy is not feeling well, being rocked to sleep in my arms is the best comfort. When we are done with it we will pass it along to someone else. It did not come with an ottoman, and we borrowed one for a time, but it was unnecessary and ended up acting as a table for the laundry basket.

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