Nursery Inspiration: Sailboats & Seagulls

A nautical theme is lovely for either a boy or a girl. It’s fresh, clean and could even inspire the adventurer in your child! ‘Sailboats & Seagulls’ is an inspiration board for a sea-themed room that isn’t too young and that can grow as your child does. Eagle-eyed viewers may question the fact I’ve shown both a sailboat mobile, typically for hanging over a crib, alongside a toddler’s bed (how amazing is the bed?!) However I think this theme could last several years with just switching a few key elements and I wanted to get that across. What do you think?


  1. Lighting Direct
  2. Flensted Mobiles
  3. Rosenberry Rooms
  4. Coln Valley Cushions
  5. Collage- O-Rama
  6. Ruby Submarine
  7. Cartoon Monster
  8. Gingerbread Monkeys
  9. Ghetto Vinyl

Boat bed

Any crib would go with this theme but if you were desperate to incorporate a boat for a baby bed then you should really check out the awesome creations from Beaver Boatworks


Brilliant and beautiful!

 Heart Debs

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2 Responses to “Nursery Inspiration: Sailboats & Seagulls”

  1. rebecca simpson-hargreaves says:

    Another set of beautiful things for a lovely bedroom. I now challenge you Debs to style a child’s bedroom for a budget of 100pounds (50 if you’re up for a real challenge). I adore all the inspirational rooms you do but get thoroughly depressed when looking at the price of these things (i know you pay for quality and craftsmanship). Come on then chicken!

  2. Debs says:

    Well these posts are more for ideas. Specifically looking for a certain item would probably find you lots that are cheaper – I tend to just pick the ones that are photographed on a white background ;) I could attempt to style a bedroom on 100 pounds but are you including furniture in that? Because without secondhand furniture I imagine there’s no chance?! This would be a really good challenge to do one day in the future when I have a little spare money and actually physically attempt to do it rather than just find pictures :)

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