This is a girly nursery room for the new little lady in your life. I started with this amazing print from The Paper Bunny as inspiration along with the Feroza Anya dohar which has gorgeous pink and aqua flowers and the rest of the room took shape from there.
The dresser from Bower Bird Home is a great statement piece. Changing tables get used for about a minute and half so it makes sense to invest in a good quality dresser that can be used as a changing table in the beginning and then easily transition to the 'big girl' room.
I love the pendant light from Castlery! It has so much character and will look amazing when hung low. The rest of the artwork is from Urban Outfitters but you can easily get similar prints from Etsy. I don't like overly cutesy and baby artwork and again these would work well in a big girls room too.
The Feroza Gudri gives a wonderful 'finished' look to the room. It can be used as a throw on the armchair or in the crib as an added layer. The room's colour palette is in the patchwork border and just works so well in this nursery! This coverlet has rows of 'kantha' running stitch that has been embroidered by hand and the patchwork fabrics are all hand sewn so there is a LOT of love in this piece :) Its also special as it coordinates with nearly every piece in the Feroza collection!
If you don't want to go all out and paint the walls in aqua like the storyboard (especially if you are renting) you can incorporate this colour in curtains (try this from Korla) or use one of the best inventions for kids rooms - 'removable wallpaper'. Try this from the Wall Sticker Company.
I've tried to ensure you can get most of the items in these storyboards from Singapore (barring 1 or 2 pieces). If there are any particular nursery themes you would like to see drop us an email!