I’ve not really posted about this new bambino much have I? I don’t know why; I guess it’s because when you already have a little one to look after, on top of life’s many distractions, it’s just not your major focus.

Of course I’m so so excited; I can’t wait to get into bed every night to feel my little one karate kick about and I think about life with our new arrival all of the time. I’ve been planning so many exciting things to do as part of my pregnancy bucket list, and most recently I’ve been planning how to decorate our little ones nursery.

We have a four bed so bambini will have a room of their own. It’s small, I guess you’d call it the box room but it’s still big enough for all that we need … Jasper can rolly-polly in it amongst the laundry rack, single bed and various boxes that currently reside in it so that’ll be plenty big enough for a newborn!

When we had Jasper I really wanted a theme; I’m not sure why as I hate themes but I’d seen so many woodland nurseries on Pinterest and loved the idea of painting a tree on the wall and keeping to neutral colours. You can check it out here; I still love it and wouldn’t have changed it for the world but for this bambini I want to got for something different.

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Photo credit – White Company

I’m thinking White Company inspired; without the White Company price tag! As this’ll be our last baby, I want to do the things I didn’t do first time around; like keeping little one in onesies for longer, and sticking to pure white baby grows and decor for as long as possible. It just makes me think of fresh laundry, Spring mornings and fluffy lambs … white, crisp and clean … until baby poop and spit up takes over!

I do want splashes of colour, but very few; just enough to give the room some warmth and add little eye-catching pieces of excitement for bambini. nur

dream catcher – Etsy || market basket – plum and sparrow || felt ball garland – Etsy || moses basket – plum and sparrow

We’re really fortunate that we don’t need to buy any big furniture, we have Jaspers cot that by the time the baby has grown out of their swinging crib and is ready to use,  Jasper will be out of. The room has a built in wardrobe and we have a changing station leftover from Jaspers nursery. I’ll probably paint Jaspers cot and station white to match the new colour (or lack there of) scheme but apart from that it’s just accessories and a lick of white paint needed in the room.

If you have any nursery decor inspiration to share with me or you know of any fab stores I should check out then please do comment below; I’d love to get browsing!

Thanks for reading,

Jess x

*This post is sponsored by Homify, all content and opinions are my own.