We are so excited to have our baby moses basket and moses basket stand hand picked by Lisa Hyde (of Bachelor fame) to be included in her baby nursery as she prepares to welcome her baby girl.
Lisa's nursery decor style has been featured in The Daily Mail, where she reveals an inside look into her baby collection. Anita, a home stylist, was there to assist Lisa in getting organised for bub's arrival and offered some tips on nursery decor organisation.
See the full article on The Daily Mail website.
Anita Birges from Mise en Place, Styling Services: https://www.mise-en-place.com.au/
We wish Lisa all the best in welcoming her bub earth side and for her journey into Motherhood.
Natural Baby Moses Baskets and Baby Moses Basket Stands are available online here.
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