We have found that some of the most enjoyable rooms to decorate in our homes are our children's rooms. Maybe it is because we get the chance to use colours and styles that we wouldn't necessarily use in any other room in the house. And with the kids growing so fast, it gives us plenty of scope to update the rooms regularly! After decorating her son Harvey's room with bright primary colours, JJ chose soft muted colours for her little poppet Sienna. While pregnant, JJ framed a few pages from one of her favourite children's books, Guess How Much I Love You, thinking it would be appropriate for either a girl or a boy. Since then new bunnies seem to pop up very regularly as JJ finds it hard to walk past a cute one.
Little porcelain rabbits from susieq in Dubai, large wooden bunny from Inside Ouside and knitted cutie from local Church market.
Flowery muslin by Bebe, little towel with tags made by a friend.
A girl can never have too many shoes - even if she is only one and just learning to walk! White tin from Greengate.
Cupboard (used as a change table) from Paddington Antique Centre, chair from IKEA, cushions from Greengate.
Padded pinboard from Swedish shop (unfortunately no longer in Brisbane), shelf from Paddington Antique Centre, flowery raincoat by Baby Gap bought by JJ in England before she was even married as it was 95% off!