My youngest is waking up more frequently in the night and I think part of it is to do with her bed. She is in a very beautiful toddler bed, but I often hear a large bang just before she wakes up as she catches herself on the side of her bed. She wants me to sit in bed with her, but I cannot fit in the toddler bed. The decision was therefore made to get a new full sized single bed
We had seen a beautiful bed from Noa and Nani and knew immediately that it was the one for my daughter. Her room was one of the first in the house to be decorated. I wanted the room to reflect her personality. Whilst she shows some feminine traits, she prefers mud and mess. Her bedroom is the smallest room and it needed to be kept light, the furniture is therefore white. Her walls are painted with paint from the Nursery Paint company in 'His Sunday Best and a feature wall in 'Dolly's frock'. This great mix of paints keeps the room feminine and matches her personality.
Her bedroom has space for her to play, space to relax and space to read. She adores reading and we purchased a tidy books book case for her so she can easily access her books.
Her Noa and Nani bed arrived and I began to assemble. It was easy to put together by myself and had clear instructions. I was rather proud of my achievement and impressed that I had managed by myself.
The Astrid sleigh bed is simply beautiful from all angles. The head board and foot board have subtle curves which give the Astrid a real sense of elegance. Astrid is a great height making it easy for a 2 year old to climb into, and giving great storage options underneath. The design of the Astrid is one which should last my daughter for some time to come.
My youngest daughters bedroom has been transformed from a toddler room into a little girls bedroom. It is now a room which we can add to as she grows up and her beautiful Noa and Nani bed takes pride of place
The Noa and Nani Astrid sleigh bed was sent to us for a review. All words and opinions are my own