Fearne Cotton couldn't resist showing off the improvements she made to her daughter Honey's bedroom on Tuesday, after building a new storage unit to organise the two-year-old's "growing collection of things". The Celebrity Juice presenter gave a unique glimpse inside the stylish room, which she has furnished with affordable pieces from IKEA.
"I just built this little storage unit for Honey's ever growing collection of things," Fearne wrote. "I'm feeling a sense of achievement slightly greater than one should perhaps feel for such a menial task."
Fearne Cotton shared a photo of her daughter Honey's bedroom on Instagram
The room has a pretty décor, with a pink cloud and bird print wallpaper and bunting that spells out Honey's name hanging on the wall. Fearne has added a pink cat print cushion to the room, while the toddler's toys are stored in a personalised pink striped bag from Kiddiewinkles, which costs £25.
At the centre of the room is her new storage unit – which is part of the Trofast range from IKEA. The cabinet features a light white stained pine and six pink storage boxes and costs just £73. It is described as a "playful and sturdy storage series for storing and organising toys". Fearne has used the top of the unit to present some of Honey's books, which include the Mr Men series by Roger Hargreaves.
Fearne has assembled an IKEA storage unit in her daughter's room
"So cute," one fan commented on the photo, while others asked where the wallpaper was from so they could buy it for themselves. "I NEED this for my daughter's room," one wrote. We managed to track down the wallpaper – which is the Cranes in Flight design from Harlequin. The unique design is available in a number of different colours and costs £64 per roll from StyleLibrary.com.
Fearne often shares photos from her family home on social media, revealing her cool and colourful décor, complete with fun wall art and bright furniture. Fearne previously told House Beautiful magazine that she had opted for "calm, light decoration" when decorating the home, but they have particularly focused on adding pops of colour to the kitchen. "It's a wonderful mismatch of colour, which always makes me smile," Fearne said.