What Highchair

I love it when baby furniture is designed with style in mind. It doesn’t have to be all shiny, colourful and full of bells and whistles just because it is for baby, right? Simple and practical, yet sleek and stylish, I love these high chairs that would fit in any contemporary home.

I recently purchased a high chair for Maya. Although I would love to have bought one of these I had to keep a certain budget in mind. I am pretty happy with the chair we bought but still can’t help but look at these (dear) beauties.

Baby Bjorn High Chair
I am a big fan of Baby Bjorn products. They are simple yet very smart. I love the black and white combination of the high chair. It has a smart safety solution, is easy to clean and folds easily to fit in small spaces.
$244.99
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Project Nursery

Baby Girl Pink Nursery

I love interior design! Back in the day I used to collect magazine clippings with pictures of houses building my dream house in my imagination. Today we have Pinterest and it is even easier to collect inspiration.
When I look at my boards on Pinterest for Home Interior I wonder: do I believe that one day I would move from our one bedroom flat to a fancy house with lots of rooms and space and I would have all the savings saved to give and decorate it in the most fancy way?
With a growing bump and a baby on its way, my newest interior obsession is baby nursery. Although my little one will have its own nursery corner in our bedroom to begin with, I can’t help but look at photos of beautiful interiors online for ideas and inspiration. I hope one day, sooner rather than later, I will decorate my baby’s own room. It’s amazing how interior design has evolved. As a golden rule, less is more, and today with less furniture you can actually store more stuff, while still allowing for more space and light. I am very fond of white colour interiors. Especially for babies, it is so clean, bright and relaxing.
Well, while I am dreaming and saving my pounds, here are some baby room inspiration.
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