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Sarah gets a foxy new look for Grace’s nursery

Sarah didn’t find out the gender of baby Grace before she was born. Now she’s 8 months old, take a look at how she added a girlie feel to the nursery with Web-Blinds.

“My partner Harry and I moved into our house last June,” explains Sarah. “It’s a new build, so it was a brilliant blank canvas that we could just move into – and that was perfect, because I was 7 months pregnant!

“Back in June, it was more about getting everything that we needed, and it’s only now that we’re starting to pull everything together. Now we can concentrate on the nice bits.

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“When it came to decorating the nursery, we kept things very neutral as we didn’t know the sex. We chose foxes and rabbits for a whimsical feel that was both boy and girl appropriate.”

After Grace was born, they decided it was time to make things a little more girlie. But Sarah still wanted to keep things subtle, deciding against too much pink. Choosing a nursery blind was the perfect way to add a little personality to the space.

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“We found Web-Blinds and loved the choice for children. There are some seriously cute designs, and it’s great that the Roller blinds we looked at all had blackout coatings.”

It was a toss-up for Sarah and Harry between the colourful design of Foxy Pink and the more subdued tones of Starry Sky.

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“Foxy Pink went with the pockets that my Mum made for the cot, so eventually that won! We love the way it looks at the window, and layered under curtains, it’s the perfect solution for our little girl’s window. We think she’ll love it for years to come!”

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