The twin nursery is chock-full of items from small businesses, which makes for a beautiful and unique space that is totally inspiring. Thank you, Stephanie, for bringing us on a tour of your nursery, and we wish you luck as you await the birth of your sweet babes.
I’m Stephanie Nash, a full-time Home Economics secondary teacher in Perth, Australia, but I’m currently on maternity leave awaiting the arrival of our twins, whom we have nicknamed “Nashy Pears.” I started my styling page on Instagram, Nashstyling, a year ago as a creative outlet. With each passing month of finding out we weren’t pregnant, I started to design and plan the nursery as a positive distraction. We always knew we wouldn’t find out the gender(s) of our babies, so I decided to stick to a color palette (grays and whites) with pops of mustard and green rather than a theme. I describe my personal style as bright and white with added light timber details for warmth.
Therefore most of the planning put in place had to be reworked, as we needed to change to a larger room and, of course, now had to consider the cost of two times everything. The nook was my favorite part to style, I had gone through a couple of ideas before settling on a space for our twins to read.
Pehr Designs have a range of gorgeous hampers that are perfect for the storage of toys and blankets. My favorite parts of the process were supporting Instagram small businesses as well as working with my husband to install my vision. I love after so many months of planning and executing that I can now walk into the room, sit down in the rocking chair and finally picture my babies coming home to enjoy it too (hopefully as much as I do).