Soft Pink Nursery Decor

If you own a toddler you will probably have more toys in your house that the whole of Toy R Us? Am I right? My daughter is just three years old and I cannot believe that in those three years she seems to have accumulated more belongings and clothes than my husband and I have in our ten year relationship, and so it makes complete sense to upgrade the size of her bedroom. But as she goes into the bigger bedroom it does mean that the smaller room will be vacant, no we are not having a man cave, we have decided to use this spare room as a dressing room/office space, but that's a whole different exciting project. However our top priority is getting our daughter and her many belongings into her new big bedroom before Christmas. But before we start all the fun, we needed to sort through all the overfill and clear the space, my husband broke down the old units while I sorted through my clothes and belongings.  My husband painted the walls, glossed the skirting boards before moving my daughter's cot, furniture and nursing chair into into her new room. Not bad for a days work, however I cannot take credit for all the work, because I was too busy watching Disney films with the little one. But now comes the really exciting part of a new bedroom, making it even more special. I have always dreamed of a soft and pretty scheme for her bedroom and so I have been putting together some mood boards to give me some inspiration to set my husband to task.

My daughter's new bedroom is a good size with wide windows and plain cream walls. I have always wanted to have a bright light colour scheme for my daughter's bedroom with a rabbit theme throughout. As my daughter adores pink we have decided to use blush pink the colour scheme is predominantly white, with accents of pink and copper. I feel as if the copper gives the pink a bit of edge and the pink brings out the warm rose tone in the copper. However when the two colours are paired with a white or a marble effect it really looks so beautiful so let me show you what I have in mind.


My daughter's bedroom furniture really needs updating, she has most definitely outgrown her furniture. The theme is soft blush pink that is predominantly white with accents of pink and copper, so with some help I have found the perfect bedroom furniture. I adore this collection of white furniture, it's really elegant and would really set off the soft pink tones. The Chantilly White Painted Collection are handcrafted by highly skilled craftsmen and all items feature solid joints, solid drawer backs and solid bases, with pewter-look handles. These would be the perfect addition to any nursery. 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Chantilly White Painted 2 Over 2 Chest, £264 | Chantilly White Painted Children's Wardrobe, £379 | Chantilly White Painted 4 Drawer Wellington, £249 | Chantilly White Painted Toy Box, £244


We have a large window space and we currently have nets and some blackout curtains, and we are looking to upgrade our windows. So we can finally get rid of those nets and have beautiful windows and some blackout roller blinds from VELUX Blinds, my favourites are the pale pink and light grey.


As the colour scheme is soft blush pink I have selected a few pieces that would be sure to add those finishing touches to my daughter's new bedroom. My daughter loves rabbits and Peter Rabbit is kind of a big thing in our house and I have managed to find the most adorable prints, ornaments and night light to go along with the soft blush bedroom. I would also love to add some vinyl wall decor to her room, they look so simple and easy to put up and will sure to add some decadence to the her bedroom. Printing Jay have an array designs for different rooms, so your design can be tailored to your taste, you really are spoiled for choice. 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Paloma Wool Rug, £245 | Peter Rabbit Prints, £36 | Peter Rabbit Alphabet Letter * A, £6.95 | Cocoon Soft Pink Throw, £22 | Wooden Bunny Night Light, £12 | Little Girl Dreams Wall Decal Art, £18.24 | Drop One Small Pendant light, £149 | Sequin Star Pillow, £12 | Star Cushions, £28

I can't wait to get all my ideas into my daughter's room. Do you like to soft pink decor? Is there one piece that stands out the most? Please leave your comments below...

Disclaimer – please be aware that this is a collaborative post but as always all words are my own