Oh baby! Are these luxury nurseries for real!
A new baby is a stressful time for parents. Undoubtedly they want the best of everything in the nursery. Luxury living holds no bounds, neither does the amount of money they lavish on decorating the nursery and filling it with the best money can buy in terms of furniture and furnishings!
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Fir for any prince or princess this nursery has the very best money can buy.
A slightly more modern approach, this nursery is packed full of every conceivable item a parent and baby could want. The little clouds on the ceiling are cute!
The contemporary design of this luxury nursery oozes chic style.
A more classical approach in neutral tones has a distinctive classy look about it.
ParcuraDark aubergine and grey are confident colours to use in a nursery. They are of course colours associated with nobility and wealth.
Luxury doesn't necessarily mean masses of lace and fancy frills. Subtly speaks volumes too.
If it's frills and opulence you want then go for full length drapes that cascade onto the floor, along with a co-ordinating princess canopy over the cot, fancy bows and tea-sets on little tables that are purely for show, not to be played with.
Pretty in pink, a modern take on a luxury nursery gives this a designer look that some will find most appealing.
Dark walls give an unusual backdrop for the white cot and furnishings.
The Baby Cot Shop
Vintage style remains on-trend and is a way to lavish old-fashioned finery into a nursery.
While bright yellow isn't a great colour choice for nurseries, it can make babies cry apparently, this mellow tone looks stunning with white.