When I started picturing how I wanted the baby's room to look, I began searching for nursery art to liven up the walls. A lot of what I found featured very bold and colourful graphic prints, whereas I wanted something softer and more whimsical. I then stumbled across the beautiful Daisy & Bump collection and instantly fell in love with the mix of pastel watercolour with 3D craft techniques to bring the characters to life. Each piece is hand-made by British illustrator Jessie Holmes, with much of the artwork offering the option of being personalised - with names, dates or colour choices.
My favourite of the selection was the one pictured above - The Great Balloon Journey. Matt and I seem to be drawn to elephants for the nursery, so having little Bumperton Elephant featured in this one was perfect. I adore this as a feature in the nursery - the dinky bunting, the attention to detail and the way it has been meticulously crafted all make it a special piece of artwork.
There's a whole treasure chest of beautiful baby products available on Not On The Highstreet, so no doubt I'll soon be finding some more unique accessories to adorn the room with!
*Gifted for review
Labels: baby, Collaborations, interiors, nursery, pregnancy