17 September 2013

Sunday Collector confetti wall 1-year-old bedroom

Interior stylist and props buyer Briar Stanley from Sunday Collector knows a thing or two about putting together gorgeous, livable rooms. I'm thrilled to share with you the nursery that Briar created for her one-year-old daughter Sunday. It's an amazing space and I'm super-inspired by the amount of DIY, upcycling, vintage and handmade items that Briar mixes with a few modern designer pieces.
I also love the use of the chalkboard and bold grey walls which are a refreshing change from white! The grey colour (Taubmans Inverness) allows the colours in the room to really pop.

Briar was inspired by Beci Orpin's book Find and Keep (see my review of the launch here) to create a gorgeous confetti wall for Sunday's bedroom. You can also see a similar confetti wall looking amazing at Danielle Trovato's daughter's party right here on Bondville. It's an instant celebration in Sunday's room!

Room: Sunday's nursery
Age: 1 year
Designed by: Mum Briar Stanley (Sunday Collector)
Location: Sydney, NSW


image: Gui Jorge
Cot: IKEA (discontinued colour but the natural cot can be painted pink).
Wall confetti: DIY using card stock and blue tac
Paper mobileFrazier & Wing
Toy Kitchen: family hand-me-down originally from Infancy.
image: Gui Jorge
Shelf and bracketsIKEA
Framed gender reveal cardFrench Navy
House night light: Lark
Toy ice cream: KidStuff
Personalised paper rosette: Lulu Lucky
Pineapple: Op shop
NYC wooden set: Muji
Sunday name garland: made by Briar
Tutu: Tutu du Monde
Wall-mounted cardboard grocery store: Lark

Chair: Yellow Rope chair from Le Forge
Pillow: Freedom
Bookshelf: vintage bookshelf purchased from a thrift shop for $50 and painted with a coat of primer and Taubmans Peach Orchid.
Freckle rug: Down to the Woods
Rabbit lampDown to the Woods

Paper mobile: Frazier & Wing

Change table: vintage change table from Gumtree for $40 re-painted white.
Rosette: handmade by Tara Badcock
Apple wall art: by Briar (inspired  by the 1963 Enzo Mari Red Apple screenprint)
Rainbow wall art: Rainbow ‘Colour’ poster from Hard To Find

Zebra artwork: Dwell papier mache zebra head from Kido Store.
Mini felt bunting: Made by Briar's Mother.

Ephemera: Assorted vintage books and toys.
Mouse in a box: Nordic Fusion.

Mini felt bunting: made by Briar's Mother.

Mushrooms: Herman Marie on Etsy

Soft toys: Briar's Mum is very crafty, and made a collection of soft toys (critters), crocheted blankets and knitted clothes.
image: Gui Jorge
Thank you so much Briar! You can find more luscious photos of Sunday's bedroom and product information on Briar's blog Sunday Collector - a gorgeous site about interiors, craft, sourcing props and good food. You won't want to leave.

PS: Briar can help you plan out your own room - how great is that!

Images: Briar Stanley | Sunday Collector, Gui Jorge, and Ellis Parrinder

5 comments:

Hong Kong serviced offices said...

Lovely interior decorations .I love it.

Hot Fudge said...

What a delightful post - beautiful!

Polli said...

Gorgeous x

Rach W said...

Steph you are bad for my bank balance. Saw that rainbow colours wall hanging and had to have it for myself. Please stop posting such wantable things!

Steph Bond-Hutkin said...

Hi Rach - I know, I'm evil. For some reason I don't seem to have your email address. Would you mind sending it to me?
Steph x

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