For the love of Liberty

Velveteen Babies Liberty Print
Our new Liberty raindrop garland in Betsy grey print.
I’m making some changes to how Velveteen Babies operates from the end of this month. In order to make time for myself to prepare for our new baby, and feel a little less pressure I’ve decided that instead of taking orders each Friday and then making each one up as custom and therefore working to heavy time limits so that no one is left waiting, I’ve decided that I’m going to work on producing popular products and new ranges that are created in advance and ready to ship. 

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Our new cloud garland in Liberty Poppy and daisy print hung on grey ribbon with gold blanket stitch

This will lessen the pressure and I’ll be able to work within my own time frame, work on new products and ideas, and most crucially take the time to engage with my massive bump and relax a bit more.

Since finishing my day job I have been desperate to introduce new products and since discovering a baby girl is on her way, I have taken much more of an interest in different styling. 

Liberty prints are heavily influencing the world of children’s clothing and interiors, and I wanted to work on a special range of Liberty print garlands for Velveteen Babies.

I’ve carefully selected some beautiful Liberty Tana Lawn fabrics in Poppy & Daisy B, Betsy P, Tatum Pink L, and Capel G Mustard to begin the new range with. I’ve not yet had chance to work them all but I’ve managed to make up some samples which I’ll preview in this post. 

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Liberty Fabric selection

I also wanted to bring you my round up of all the Liberty print finds in kids design. Classic Liberty print is reaching all facets of children’s interiors and clothing and I can see no sign of this trend abating. Mixing Liberty print with other natural materials such as linen and pure wool is ideal for creating a classic, timeless children’s comfort space. 

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Liberty Emma and Georgina print eiderdown. From The Tipi £47. 65×95 cm and backed with cotton percale
I have found beautiful bedding from Coco and Wolf and also a high street buy from La Redoute. Both look best teamed with different textures and layers, rather than ‘matchy matchy’. Coco and Wolf with Little B have some beautiful swan cushions and pillowcases so if you just wanted to update existing bedding with a few touches of print, then this would work really well. Also notable from Coco and Wolf with little B are the changing mat covers In a choice of fabrics.

Coco and Wolf with little B.
Swan cushion from the Little B range by Coco and Wolf.
La Redoute bed set
Liberty Print bedset from La Redoute

Other innovative ways to bring a touch of print to your nursery or children’s interior are the lovely name wire signs from Little Cloud. These pretty name signs would look adorable hung above a bed head or on a shelf. I’m going to treat the baby to one nearer the time. Also from Little Cloud are the lovely moon wall hangings, they would look perfect in a child’s room with one of our Liberty collection garlands, it’s perfect to mix and match prints as long as the base colours are soft and neutral. 

Little Cloud also have a great range of cushions, hair clips and crowns by the amazing Fable Heart and delivery is free within the U.K.

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Pretty Moon wall hanging by Little Cloud
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lovely Liberty name signs from Little Cloud
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Velveteen Babies Betsy Cloud garland. The raffia bag is from The Tipi and all moccasins throughout are by Wolfie and Willow.

I’ve also fallen in love with many small businesses producing the most lovely Liberty print baby clothing. 

My most recent find is Olivier Baby who have a sweet selection of rompers, bloomers, dresses and tops in a choice of prints and linens with accessories such as ribbed tights and knitted bonnets to complement the range. They have a flash sale on some of the range so take a peek!

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Olivier Baby romper £39

Another favourite is Coco and Wolf

with a huge range of beautifully made children’s clothing encapsulating the very best of the Liberty print range. 

We love the little bloomers and tie top summer suits, perfect for older babies with plenty of leg rolls! 

Coco and Wolf
Coco and Wolf bloomers
Coco and Wolf
Betsy romper £42 Coco and Wolf

Bonnets are also crucial to Bebe styling too. I’ve already bought a smal stash from Briar Handmade (from Mama Owl in the U.K)  and they come in a wide range of colours, prints and sizes to suit all little heads. 

Briar Handmade
Briar Handmade Bonnets

Also noteworthy are the sweet bonnets and appliqué baby vests and T-shirts from Magnificent Stanley. This UK small business is run by Becky who handcrafts each item from her studio in Lewes, East Sussex. 

Magnificent Stanley
bonnets and tees from Magnificent Stanley

Finally, for a seriously budget friendly take on Liberty print, head to Uniqlo where they have a limited edition Liberty X Uniqlo collection. Girls dresses are from £9.90 and double baby vest sets just £7.90. There are styles for both sexes and also a women’s collection. 

Liberty X Uniqlo
Liberty X Uniqlo baby vests

Below you’ll find a few more preview pictures of our new Velveteen Babies does Liberty collection. The garland styles will also be available in the other prints, and will launch in my Etsy shop on the 30th July. There will be limited quantities of each design and print so keep an eye out for our launch announcement. 

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Velveteen Babies does Liberty Poppy and Daisy bunny garland . Bunnies have gold thread french knot eyes and are blanket stitched round inanyique gold thread.
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Velveteen Babies does Liberty Betsy Star garland
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Velveteen Babies does Liberty Poppy and Daisy cloud garland
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Velveteen Babies does Liberty Betsy cloud garland
Velveteen Babies does Liberty.
Velveteen Babies does Liberty Betsy drops garland.

The land of snüz

I wanted to make night feeds as easy as possible with our baby number three when she arrives, because I won’t have the luxury of lazy pajama mornings this time, the school run simply won’t run itself come September sadly. 

With this in mind, I decided to forgoe the usual Moses basket purchase and treat myself to a beautiful Snüzpod. I’d read up on reviews and weighed it up against the Chicco Next to Me which is marginally cheaper, but in my opinion the Snüz came up top. I also wanted something that I could fit my other indulgence in, a ‘Sleepyhead‘ which I ordered from John Lewis. 

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Our Snüzpod and our baby girl colour scheme.

I’ve personally chosen muted pastels with grey and cream highlights for our own arrival. 

To fit our grey and blush theme, I have added cushions from The Velvet Egg and Fine Little Day. These compliment my blanket stash from Mama Designs (grey) and the beautiful swan playmat/quilt by Cam Cam Copenhagen which I purchased from The Tipi. It’s backed with softest fine corduroy and is so lovely. 

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Also from The Tipi is this beautiful woven basket bag, which I will use to store nappies and wipes in our bedroom. I’ve added a little donkey rattle from Roxy Marj (they come as a pack of two, one blush, one black) and I’ll eventually tie them onto the Snüzpod.

Essential Muslins come in the prettiest muted nudes and pinks again from Cam Cam Copenhagen from Mama Owl (they also do lovely greys and mints). 

Our sweet wooden pram and dollies are by Pinch Toys which we usually have displayed on our String shelves at home.

I eventually plan to introduce touches of Liberty print and I’m secretly working on some new garlands using pops of Liberty print for Velveteen Babies. 

The garland in the pictures will be going to it’s new home this week, it was a custom order for someone else.

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Whilst my theme is quite feminine, I also wanted to style our Snüzpod in some different ways so that you can get some styling ideas and inspiration, if you are expecting and don’t know the sex then the following ideas are completely gender neutral. 

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To bring something bright and beautiful, this theme relies on white and grey as a base colour for a nursery. It’s crucial to tone down bright colour pops so it doesn’t become too intense or messy.

Our rainbow garland becomes a crucial backdrop to tie in grey clouds and a bright splash of colour. 

We’ve used bright bedding from Mama Designs and a mono cloud cushion from Farg Form at This Modern Life. 

Our star light is from Gingerrock Designs on Etsy and rainbow suitcase from retrokids.com.  

Add a fun nightlight such as this one by Heico from decobaby.co.uk  and our fun little Velveteen Babies stormcloud is lovely to hang from a doorknob or a hook on the wall. 

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Velveteen Babies Stormcloud
Finally, for the purists and lovers of monochrome, I’ve put together a genderless scheme that is easy to achieve. 

You could add pops of colour or a highlight colour (mint would work well) to this scheme. 

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We love the big swaddle Muslins from Modern Burlap at This Modern Life, and have used ours as a sheet (though they have just introduced fitted sheets to their range). 

The knitted blanket is by Farg Form, again from This Modern Life and the little milk bottle rattle by The Milk Collective at The Modern Nursery. 

Our beautiful cloud blanket is by the talented Born n Monday. 

White milk bottle garland is our design and available in our Etsy shop. 

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Play. Eat. Sleep. Repeat. 

Life with kids, it’s busy, and frantic and there’s nothing worse than tackling toy mountain at the end of a busy day. Quite frankly, tackling a pile of  Duplo is an uphill struggle. 

This week our prayers were answered with an arrival from Playpouch UK.


These fabulous cotton playbags blend style with practicality. Easy enough for my two year old to undo and open, and refill and close, tidy up time suddenly became much more bearable. 


Playpouch is visually friendly enough to have displayed around the house and is roomy enough to store a serious amount of toy clutter. We chose the scandi style monochrome crosses and there are plenty of other options too to suit every home. 


Playpouch has been brought to the UK from Australia by a forward thinking family who understand the trauma of keeping control of clutter, and making storage look stylish. The mantra is ‘Maximum Play, minimum mess’. This site pretty perfectly with our life as a busy family. 


Playpouch is made from strong cotton canvas and is sturdy enough to hold heavier toys too, though it’s also ideal as an innovative way of storing the dreaded Lego collection. Our kids love the zipped pouch at the front for treasures, or Lego instruction books. 

Find your own Playpouch here and as a special indroduction, get yourself free postage by using special voucher code : VELVETEEN 

Storing toys has never looked so good, and tidy time has never been so speedy!



Icecream Dreams

Always a massive theme in summer, icecreams are prevalent in kids interior style in many different guises. I’ve put together this post all about sourcing the very best Icecream play things and interior accessories to swoon over, both kiddo and adult friendly. 

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we made our own icecream parlour

One rainy Sunday, I created a make believe Icecream parlour for my boys. We just used our simple metal Normann Copenhagen trolley (I found ours via Bodie + Fou shop) and strung it up with our cotton ball lights in pastel colours. 

A while back we had visited a pop up cafe where there were some fun wooden icecreams, so I tracked them down. Ours are by Melissa and Doug and proved very popular with the boys. We just googled it and found them for around £20 online.

Melissa and Doug Icecream Set
Our Icecream toy set

I’ve also come across some equally gorgeous Icecream toys that are sure to spark your small people’s imaginations, from foldable paper icecream kits from Moon Picnic at £15 which would be a fun rainy day activity but perhaps for older children who are a bit more careful! These, once made up would be fun to string up in a bundle on some fishing wire in a corner, or add a couple to a stylish shelf display. 
Moon Picnic foldable icecreams
Moon Picnic paper Icecreams
 Also coveted is the most beautiful wooden set by Nobodinoz at Molly-Meg which at £60 is more of an investment but it is stylish and extremely design led. 

Nobodinoz Icecream set
Nobodinoz Icecream set

Icecreams are also prevalent in the world of kidsinterior and are fun to mix and match a couple of pieces to add some flair to a kids bedroom, especially when combined with white walls or floor and some pops of colour and texture. The key is not to go overboard, just add a combination of a few Icecream themed products and then dot in other pastel toys and accessories. 

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Velveteen Babies Icecream garland
A Little Lovely Company
A Little Lovely Company Nightlight

We love these fun battery operated night lights by A Little Lovely Company from just £11.50 at retrokids.com

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Felix and Barnaby’s Icecream Corner
Icecream print Bedding
Icecreamy bedding from Bluezoo at Debenhams

We found this pastel Icecream bedding via Debenhams and prices start from a bargainous £22 for a single set. As there’s so much going on with this pattern, I’d suggest you keep walls and flooring light and simple and perhaps add a plain knit/quilted throw in a more luxe material strewn over the bed to tone it down. 

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This cheeky chappy is by Colette Bream

I adore this cushion by Colette Bream, it’s firmly on my own personal wish list as its so sweet and not too sickly. Colette has a beautiful Etsy shop full of characters, and selected styles including this one are also available through Scandimini in the UK. 

Wanting to update existing bedding or add some pastel flair to your pushchair (and have a conversation starter as people admire your pram blanket) ? Then these knitted blankets by Woouf at This Modern Life at £49 are extremely covetable and come in some varied colour ways.

Woouf icecream blanket
woouf blankets at This Modern Life

The perfect prints for any pastel Icecream inspired room are from Wonder and Rah. They blend Icecream sweetness with a dash of Scandi styled monochrome and look great in frames or in wood picture holders (as seen in the background of our Icecream parlour pictures). 

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wonderful capture of our icecream garland and print by Wonder and Rah by LaLaLoves Decor.

Finally, I couldn’t resist adding in this cute print by Milk Moustache Apparel and these sweet baby shoes by Kirsty Doyle. Vests start at £13 and come in this pink colourway or in mint and the little shoes start at £22. 

Milk Moustache Apparel
Milk Moustache Apparel baby vest
Icecream Baby shoes
Baby Shoes by Kirsty Doyle

A top tip for an Icecream themed room or a sweet nursery is to use your baby shoes as a shelf ornament. Not only would these shoes look very lovely on, they would also be perfect sat together on a wooden shelf with other wood and pastel accessories and one of our garlands strung nearby. The shelf capture below makes perfect use of our Icecream garland and beautiful prints from Wonder and Rah. 

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Beautful shelf by Wonder and Rah

Little feet 

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How we love quality baby products with style at Velveteen Babies.

These Petit Mai Mocs are our latest baby indulgence and we are in love. Clever mama Anne Tu Quoc creates these beautiful pieces, inspired by her son Lenox. 

Each pair are crafted from vegetable tanned soft leather, which is chrome and allergen free. We love the bright pink soles on our Bon Bon style Mocs which are adorned with cute pom poms and the matching soother clip. 

Find the Petit Mai web store here and take a look on Instagram for more style inspiration. 

Petit Mai Mocs
Bon Bon moccs
Petit Mai Mocs
Bambi Moccs
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Too pretty to hide away
Petit Mai
Bon Bon Moccs and soother clip
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A soother clip with serious style
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Pretty treasures
Petite Mai
The perfect baby accessory
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Perfect baby gifting ideas

Styling by Coral Atkinson.

Other products shown:

Garlands by Velveteen Babies

Romper suits by Mar Mar Copenhagen and Turtledove London

Shelving by String Shelves

Wood circus tent by Up! Warsaw

Arrow Light by Gingerrock Designs on Etsy

Rainbow suitcase from retrokids.com 

Cloud Shelfie decoration by Pixistuff

Swan by Zara Home

Basket by Rose in April

Magic is something that can be made…

I’ve long been a big fan of the beautiful Up! Warsaw products and was so excited to discover a UK stockist recently. Stocked at emiandnell.co.uk its even easier to treat your small people spaces to something so magically crafted. 

Up! Warsaw is a small family business that creates ecological, non toxic products for kids rooms. They work only with materials that are appropriate for kids, everything is handmade and they only use non toxic water based colours when painting the detail.

We received the most lovely delivery comprising of a mini TV box in wood finish £32 and the mini circus box in white £32. It was impossible to choose as there are so many lovely colours, mints, whites and wood finishes for a more pared down look, or bright reds and yellows for a rainbow theme.

We love how they display so beautifully with our garlands, and how stylish yet fun the whole collection is, which sits perfectly with our own design aesthetic.

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There are no limits to imagination

We styled our Up! Warsaw goodies with some of our Sonny Angel collection (mainly from retrokids.com ) and our Schleich baby animals for a circus theme. 

My children were enchanted from opening the box, and my son Felix was so keen to play with them. The quality is just incredible, as a craftsperson myself I was truly impressed by the care and attention to detail. They would make a really beautiful gift for any child.

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Circus Circus!

We loved teaming the circus tent with our handmade mini arrow marquee light from Gingerrock designs. I created the little posters resizing images and printing them out which I then blutacked onto the back. 

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We also loved teaming our Up! Warsaw pieces with these rainbow cases we sourced from retrokids.com which are just perfect as both fun room accessories and also as a plaything. 

The beauty of the products is that they are enough to be a style feature on their own, or you can let your kids imagination take hold and use them as both plaything and as a room accessory. They bridge the gap between stylish living and also fun for kids so perfectly. 

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For the minimalist

For a monochrome scheme we used our mini TV with some ninja peg dolls from Made by Layla  and a globe from Cissywears which shows the versatility, it doesn’t always have to be about loud bright styling when thinking about decorations for a kids room. 

Find Up! Warsaw products from £32 at www.emiandnell.co.uk and buy your own magic imaginarium. 

All garlands by Velveteen Babies. 

Styling and photography by Coral Atkinson. 

Sleepy Corners 

Sourcing beautiful bedding and comfort to create a cosy space for the smalls has been my mission recently. 

I’ve been trailing all my favourite stores to find the ‘perfect’ sheet which will blend with both brights and pastels and I’ve found it courtesy of le.edit

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This gorgeous quality fitted sheet is printed with a totally gender neutral x o design (which also comes in black to suit you monochrome lovers!). As you can see, it works both styled with our pastel look and also with our beautiful brights!

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Sourcing attractive bedding can see tricky at times and it’s easy to fall into the trap of being too matchy matchy, when mixing up textures and colours can look so much more stylish. 

We love our cellular blankets from Mamadesigns which are shown in bright yellow and also grey in our schemes. These mix practicality with style as they are breathable and are made from soft cotton. 

A recent ‘find’ has been the most beautiful ombrè merino wool hand dyed heirloom blankets which are the perfect stroller/pram size (50x80cm) by Whole Concept at Scandimini. We chose ombrè pink to go with our grey bugaboo, but there is also a gender neutral grey version which is beautiful. 

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I love a good cushion, and the new range by Fine Little Day are perfect pastels. We sourced ours from The Modern Nursery and team it with squashy alpaca wool characters from Lucky Boy Sunday.  

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We love bright happy cushions too, and one of my boys favourites is our doughnut cushion by Sack Me! From retrokids.com

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We have long been a huge fan of the super talented Born n Monday and one of our most loved blankets is our monochrome cloud, shown above. It’s impossible to choose from all of their designs though so do be warned!

One trend in kids interiors that shows no sign of abating is that of the beautiful swan. Due to copycats and also my need to constantly improve and enhance my product lines, our Velveteen Babies swan garland has been updated with a glitter topped wing and is now available in a soft grey with pinky peach glitter crown. 


Other swan finds are this ceramic swan dish from Zara Home and our beloved Ilka swan which sits in our toy cot from This Modern Life. 

We were also sent an adorable baby sleep suit from Didi and Bud this week. Launching on 1st June, Didi and Bud is all about fresh and minimal sleepwear for babies and children which is made in England. We love the sweet pale pink umbrella design and the super soft cotton. 

Didi and Bud
One easy room update is to string up some lights, (ours are cotton balls in pastel colours from Cotton Ball Lights UK ) one of our garlands and a print or two. Our absolute go-to print business is the brilliant Wonder and Rah with a range of stylish prints in pastels and monochromes to suit your scheme (see that yummy pastel ice lolly!)

When it comes to displaying prints on a wall, think outside the box. We washi taped ours to a metal cloud hanger from Cissywears which is far more interesting than a boring standard frame and is easier to swap when the mood takes you.

Our grey/pink Icecream garland is also new to Velveteen Babies and is a pared down version of our beloved pastel version. 

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Look at those perfect prints from Wonder and Rah teamed up with our pastel rainbow garland. We used silver glitter washi tape to display them.

Wonder and Rah

Styling by Coral Atkinson. 

Tobias and the bear

The incredible Tobias and the Bear launch their new ‘Batty’ range very soon and we are so excited to give you a sneaky preview. We’ve long been huge fans of their leggings, t-shirts and fabulous bedding which are a brilliant partner to our Velveteen Babies garlands. 

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Batty Leggings

Barney is wearing the new Batty leggings in a size 2-3 which are a great fit, and the monochrome style fits so well with this tee from Nor-folk. Tobias and the bear are also releasing a black batty tee which we’ll have to get our hands on! 

Tobias and the bear
The range complements our superhero garland so well that we just had to create a room set to take some pictures. The unisex contemporary styling of the range is sure to be a hit with design loving parents, and the cheeky bat design a must have for small people, a win-win situation. 

Tobias and the bear
Find the full range of Tobias and the Bear products here and keep a look out for the release of the new Batty design, coming very soon…. 

You’ll be able to order your own superhero garland from Friday June 3rd when Velveteen Babies reopens. 

Tobias and the Bear
Tobias and the bear
Tobias and the Bear
Storage bag by Ferm Living, toy cars by Kiko and Karuma at Abacus Kids, Moccasins by Wolfie and Willow, Superhero garland and print by Velveteen Babies, Eames style rocking chair from Mini Eden. 

The pastel nursery 

Now that I’ve discovered I’m expecting a little girl, I have suddenly become a devotee of the humble but beautiful pastel palette. 

I’ve put together a few pastel looks from a few of my favourite children’s /  interior  websites, and some of my own products as they work so perfectly in tandem. 

I’ve also been working with Cotton Ball Lights which have so many different and beautiful colour options in their online store. 

For the perfect pastel base, use simple white walls, or a pale grey like we have. 

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Perfect Pastels

In this look, I’ve used a string of cotton ball lights in pastels from cottonballlights.com/uk (used throughout) to tie in lots of pastel hues, so that the look doesn’t get too ‘pink’ ! Pink and grey makes a perfect combination, and I’ve used this beautiful dolls bed from This Modern Life as a sweet accessory. 

The monochrome dolls bedding is from Willie and Millie which has a little cover and pillow, the perfect size for the little cot. 

The Icecream garland is my pastel Icecream garland available to order in my Etsy shop each Friday. 

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Icecream Garland

Filling a paper bag with toys lends a more rustic contemporary look to a children’s room, and I’ve filled it with some of our little toys. 

The pink muslin swaddle is by Fine Little Day at This Modern Life again. 

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Dolls bed and Cotton Ball Lights

I never planned to get so ‘girlie’ but adding greys and whites keeps this look well away from sickly territory. Personally I’m not a fan of beiges and champagne colours, but wanting a soft look to baby’s area, the greys and pastels are ideal. 

Our cotton ball lights are perfect for creating a warm cosy space by night, and a soft light for night time feeds, and by day they are another pretty accessory. 

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String Shelves, white Ash

I’ve also created a little shelf area using white ash String Shelves from Utility Design which are ideal for displaying our trinkets. I try and keep a balance of whites, greys and pastel touches so it doesn’t become overbearing. 

I’ve also started to collect sweet baby accessories and clothes from some of my favourite shops. These pink moccasins are made by Wolfie and Willow and they are the softest chrome free leather. 

These little socks are from Archies Boutique and are by Petit Pattes who make the most beautiful baby gift or treat. 


I also found this sweet cloud top and matching leggings at The Little White Company which goes so well with our other ‘cloud’ items which are dotted about. 


I found this little pink teething ring at Archies Boutique too, perfect as a gift or to stash away in my case!

Finally, I’ve made a new mobile style with sparkling and felt icecreams which will launch in my Etsy shop on May 6th.

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Mama Designs 

It’s sometimes very hard to find baby room accessories and essentials that arn’t too twee, and that echo the ethos and complement my Velveteen Babies collection. Luckily, Mama Designs has stepped in to save modern nurseries everywhere!

We love how well each product goes with our Velveteen Babies garland designs for a bright or cloud themed nursery. 

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Mama Designs Babasac

The Babasac sleeping bags are produced in fun, graphic prints and inner layers you can zip out, making it a multi tog sleeping bag for all weather. We love the unisex clouds and apple designs, and there are stars, pink heart designs online too. 

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Babasac sleeping bag

Mamadesigns also produces a beautiful range of soft cotton cellular blankets in greys and brights for your little ones. We have a lovely bright yellow, though there’s some lovely contrast trim grey styles too. 

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Bright and Beautiful

They are perfect for using as a nap time cover up, or to add a pop of colour to your nursery. 

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Cellular Blanket

Keira designs all her products with love in the UK, and every single product is tested to the highest safety standards. Take a look at the whole range here

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Mamadesigns Apple Babasac