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Cant decide what nursery decor from mamas and papas. Liberty or MB Pink

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flopseyR72 Sun 10-Jan-16 17:43:41

I was wondering if anyone could help me decide. Im going back and forward between two nursery ranges from Mamas and Papas for my baby daughter. I have the florence nursery furniture. Millie and Boris Pink or Liberty range. The Millie and Boris is a nice pink but only a coverlet with a 3d bunny. The liberty range has a quilt and is less fussy but it is for a baby. I really can't decide and Im driving myself crazy. They are quite expensive so want to buy the right one. Could anyone help advise?


flopseyR72 Sun 10-Jan-16 17:44:59

this is the millie and boris

cranberryx Sun 10-Jan-16 17:56:12

Not to be unhelpful, but I prefer Timbuktales if you have to go M&P. of I had to pick, Millie and boris.

Also mothercare have an amazing one called Lullaby moon.

Is this meant to be in bloggers chat?

flopseyR72 Sun 10-Jan-16 18:03:18

it has to be mp as have vouchers from work. thanks sorry may be in the wrong chat area.

unimaginativename13 Sun 10-Jan-16 18:40:20

Have you had the baby?

Wait until they go in the sale as you actually don't need this stuff for ages!

flopseyR72 Sun 10-Jan-16 18:52:10

hi she is four months going to move her into her room soon.... trying to choose ignoring the expense as I have vouchers and want it to be little baby too much!

MooiMeisje Sun 10-Jan-16 19:27:23

The first pic (Liberty?) is lovely!

cranberryx Sun 10-Jan-16 20:51:21

That makes sense! smile congratulations!

If it's for a baby I would go for blankets rather than quilts as layers are good for a baby (I say this with a 6 week old DS) and quilts are a bit too hot.

FatimaLovesBread Sun 10-Jan-16 20:58:37

I didn't think they were supposed to have quilts until after one? But I may be wrong.

Also awkward in that I prefer time UK tales but out of those two would prefer liberty but begrudge the cost. Although vouchers helps that

unimaginativename13 Sun 10-Jan-16 21:07:52

All the bedding says from 12 months anyway, personally I would just get a bed sheet! Or save it until she needs it.

nooka Sun 10-Jan-16 21:10:01

Thy both look a bit insipid to me. I like bright primary colours for small children, so the circles quilt is the only one I like from m&p. I thought bumpers were a no no now? My two had grow bags when they were tiny so we didn't really have quilts/duvets until they were twoish or so.

FatimaLovesBread Sun 10-Jan-16 21:12:49

Maybe get the liberty sleeping bag and blanket rather than quilt? Might get more use.
We used sleeping bags until DD went in to a big bed with a duvet so a quilt would have been unused.

flopseyR72 Sun 10-Jan-16 21:45:02

thanks will be bumpers......I will be using sleeping bag. I think was thinking more of what would look pretty rather than what I would get the most use out of! I know it's not economical just wanted to treat myself and baby! Couldn't decide which one I liked.

BeccaMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 12-Jan-16 11:23:17

Hi flopseyR72 - we're going to pop this over to our Property/DIY topic, found here.

TreadSoftlyOnMyDreams Wed 13-Jan-16 16:27:41

I'd buy neither as my two used sleeping bags until they were 2.5 yrs and then went straight into standard single beds so the gifts of toddler bed linen went to waste.

Keep the vouchers for the next stage car seat or similar hefty expense?

TreadSoftlyOnMyDreams Wed 13-Jan-16 16:29:04

M&P sell high chairs too.

ThereIsIron Wed 13-Jan-16 16:42:16


ifgrandmahadawilly Wed 13-Jan-16 16:56:34

Liberty is nicer.

flopseyR72 Thu 14-Jan-16 22:24:33

Thanks for all advice...............went for.....liberty! Got it very much reduced exdisplay as local MP is closing, already on sale and then further 50% off so all in £109 including the doll, blanket and musical toy!

flopseyR72 Thu 14-Jan-16 22:25:24

and those little cushions.

flopseyR72 Thu 14-Jan-16 22:26:22

also ex display highchair!

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