Manual Home Styling Secrets – Nursery

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I am completely obsessed with everything home decor and am so lucky I managed to carve myself a niche within the industry and do something I truly love. Above: We caught up with Emilie just a few weeks before she was due to give birth to her second baby a little boy named Teddy. Her four-year-old daughter Stella was the inspiration behind Emilie's career change to interiors, and is the namesake of Emilie's hugely popular Instagram account, Stella and the Stars. In the picture, left, Stella is wearing a dress from French brand Little Demo. When I found out I was expecting a baby boy, I decided to have both kids share a room, so I had to be clever with the design and create a space that's not too girly or too boyish.

I wanted a room that's fun, fairly gender neutral, with lots of pops of colour. I was limited with the space as I already had most of the furniture from my daughter's bedroom, so I just created a new little corner for the baby. I had kept Stella's original crib, which is orange, and really wanted to reuse it.

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I then became obsessed with tigers, which worked well with the orange crib, so a loose scheme started to take shape and that was it! After years of neon pink and unicorns it's been lovely to design a space that's not super girly. I moved the kids' bedroom to my old home office, which had very dark grey walls.

I originally thought it wouldn't work and would be too dark for a baby room, but actually I am completely in love with the contrast it creates with the bright furniture and accessories against it. My favourite piece of furniture in the room is definitely the orange crib in the baby corner.

We bought it for Stella from a wonderful brand called Bloom and I ended up keeping it and even had it shipped from London when we moved to Dubai. It's foldable and on wheels so super easy to store. Stella's house bed is also a favourite of mine.

1. Safety first

When I was looking to source it in Dubai two years ago it was impossible to find anything like it here, and shipping from Europe was so expensive that I ended up having it custom-made by a local carpenter. It took weeks and was not cheap of course there are so many options available ready-made now! I am also obsessed with neon signs and wanted something for the room, so the Love sign from kid-friendly brand A Little Lovely Company is the perfect final touch and a great alternative to a night light.

And finally, I love the photo wall.

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I am so bad at getting photos printed - I have about 30, on my phone and zero photo albums for my daughter for example - but at last I got myself together and printed a bunch of my favourite shots of her through the years to create a gallery wall in the bedroom. We look at them everyday when I get her dressed, it's such a lovely reminder of how lucky we are and how quickly they grow! I love the total freedom to go completely crazy with the colour scheme and ideas that there is with kids' rooms.

Above: We caught up with Emilie just a few weeks before she was due to give birth to her second baby a little boy named Teddy. Her four-year-old daughter Stella was the inspiration behind Emilie's career change to interiors, and is the namesake of Emilie's hugely popular Instagram account, Stella and the Stars. In the picture, left, Stella is wearing a dress from French brand Little Demo. When I found out I was expecting a baby boy, I decided to have both kids share a room, so I had to be clever with the design and create a space that's not too girly or too boyish.

I wanted a room that's fun, fairly gender neutral, with lots of pops of colour. I was limited with the space as I already had most of the furniture from my daughter's bedroom, so I just created a new little corner for the baby.

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I had kept Stella's original crib, which is orange, and really wanted to reuse it. I then became obsessed with tigers, which worked well with the orange crib, so a loose scheme started to take shape and that was it! After years of neon pink and unicorns it's been lovely to design a space that's not super girly. I moved the kids' bedroom to my old home office, which had very dark grey walls.

I originally thought it wouldn't work and would be too dark for a baby room, but actually I am completely in love with the contrast it creates with the bright furniture and accessories against it. My favourite piece of furniture in the room is definitely the orange crib in the baby corner.

2. Be practical

We bought it for Stella from a wonderful brand called Bloom and I ended up keeping it and even had it shipped from London when we moved to Dubai. It's foldable and on wheels so super easy to store.

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Stella's house bed is also a favourite of mine. When I was looking to source it in Dubai two years ago it was impossible to find anything like it here, and shipping from Europe was so expensive that I ended up having it custom-made by a local carpenter. It took weeks and was not cheap of course there are so many options available ready-made now!


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I am also obsessed with neon signs and wanted something for the room, so the Love sign from kid-friendly brand A Little Lovely Company is the perfect final touch and a great alternative to a night light. And finally, I love the photo wall. I am so bad at getting photos printed - I have about 30, on my phone and zero photo albums for my daughter for example - but at last I got myself together and printed a bunch of my favourite shots of her through the years to create a gallery wall in the bedroom. We look at them everyday when I get her dressed, it's such a lovely reminder of how lucky we are and how quickly they grow!

I love the total freedom to go completely crazy with the colour scheme and ideas that there is with kids' rooms. My style is bold and slightly bonkers, but I always have to restrain myself when designing adult rooms so as not to go completely over the top.