BABY ROOM MAKEOVER, WITH THE SUPA CENTA MOORE PARK
Briar Stanley from Sunday Collector
I’ve been having a great time recently working with a shopping destination that has been a retail lifesaver to me many times over the years. Supa Centa Moore Park was always my go to for last minute purchases required on film sets back in the day of my time working at Fox Studios (I really mean last minute…As in cameras are rolling, be quick – this bedroom set needs a different table lamp)! So, off I’d often race and Supa Centa Moore Park would always have a solution for me.
Now that I’m a Mum with my own residential decorating business, the centre has become an ideal ‘one stop shop’ for everything home related. It’s really big – with 45 leading homemaker stores with all you need – from a rug for the nursery, to a BBQ for an outdoor entertaining area. I especially find it a handy place to source when I’m working on kids rooms as the range on offer is just so huge, and when I was a new Mum myself, it was the perfect destination for all those important supplies to get a room ready for a new baby. I was delighted when Supa Centa Moore Park approached me with the visual merchandising brief to decorate their display room (a cool perspex cube), twice. To promote their Kid’s Campaign, the first brief was to create a ‘Junior’ inspired room, and the second was to create a ‘Baby’ inspired room. It was so much fun walking around the centre with the brief in mind, basically picking my favourite (yet practical) items to bring to the room designs.
When an expectant Mum or Dad approach me to help design their baby nursery, I always give the advise that we should aim to create a fairy neutral space, as once the child grows and starts to show his/her interests, the room will naturally gain it’s own personality and layers. With that in mind when I received the brief, I again came up with a fictional client in my head. With the experience of being a first time Mum under my belt I now know that elements like a stacked and organised change table, a good armchair and toy storage is really important.
Below are photos of the fairly neutral room (with a baby boy in mind), and as you can see Supa Centa Moore Park sure has you covered for everything baby related (I even selected the wipes stocked on the change table shelf).
Believe me when I say you will find what you need for the home at Supa Centa Moore Park, my little shopping and styling expedition has got me wanting to totally re-do my kids rooms at home now, I just saw so many good things!
SHOP THE LOOK
Flat weave Rug Cream from Coppola Home
Troll Sun Change Table White from Baby Bunting
Troll Sun Change Mat from Baby Bunting
Living Tex Change Mat cover from Baby Bunting
Thankyou Nappies from Baby Bunting
Thankyou Baby Wipes from Baby Bunting
PS Soft Eyelash Caddy from Baby Bunting
Big Softies Terry Towelling Pack from Baby Bunting
Living Tex Cot Waffle Blanket Grey and white from Baby Bunting
Hand and Body Lotion from Adairs
Havana Home Fragrance from Adairs
Home Republic Hand Towel Textured Snow from Adairs
Norse Rocking Chair from Adairs
Malmo Linen Throw from Adairs
Kennedy Knit cushion from Adairs
Knitted Dog from Mr & Mrs Jones
Ryco Capri Nappy Bag from Babies’R’Us
Wirestool white from BoConcept
York Felt Baskets Set 3 from Adairs
Wooden Pull Toy Elephant from Mr & Mrs Jones
Potted Fiddle Leaf Fig from Adairs
Arya Pot grey from Adairs
Bro Grey Ugg boots from Babies’R’Us
Imaginarium Abacus from Babies’R’Us
Shogun Stool Grey from BoConcept
Eco Sippy Cup Wonderland from Mr & Mrs Jones
Bashful Cream Bunny Large from Mr & Mrs Jones
White Toy Box from Boori
Amelie Knot Cushion from Adairs
Leutex Character Elephant from Babies’R’Us
Madden Bookshelf from Adairs
Books from Baby Bunting
Lunch Bag Lion from Mr & Mrs Jones
Schleich Amal figurines from Toys R Us
Japper Ball Blue from Mr & Mrs Jones
Collage Canvas from Adairs
My City Character Cushion Cloud from Baby Bunting
Tolo Baby Bunny Carousel from Baby Bunting
Ella Jewellery Box from Adairs
Lenny Potted Fern from Adairs
Read the full blog here, but in the meantime, watch Briar’s collaboration with the Supa Centa Moore Park.