Inside Georgia Kousoulou’s playroom

Inside Georgia Kousoulou's playroom

by Rosie Floyd |
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TOWIE star Georgia Kousoulou has transformed baby Brody's playroom ahead of his first birthday, and it's totally adorable. Georgia Kousoulou's playroom needed to be a fun and interactive space where Georgia and her partner, Tommy Mallet, can relax as a family but also somewhere that would be loved by Brody and his friends when they come round to play.

The reality star wanted the playroom to match the laid back style of the rest of their home, so she has partnered with Wayfair for the revamp. Speaking about her home, she described her overall scheme as neutral, minimal and stripped back. Georgia said, "I love to combine earthy stone colours with contrasting black tones, and this is something I've tried to apply throughout our house. I'm all about subtle, cosy style and a look that is very pleasing to the eye."

Shop: our top picks from Georgia Kousoulou's playroom

We're sure you'll agree that Georgia Kousoulou's playroom strikes the perfect balance between being stylish and functional. If you love the look of it and want to recreate the look in your own home, we've put together a list of our favourite items.

The easel in Georgia Kousoulou's playroom

This easel gives your mini-Picasso an outlet to unleash their creativity. It's double-sided for double the fun.

Play tent from Georgia Kousoulou's playroom

This neutral-coloured play tent would make a fantastic hideaway den for your little one. It can be used for indoor and outdoor play, so you can move it around to wherever your mini-me wants to be.

Georgia's rocking horse

This roar-some lion rocking horse will be a cute addition to your little one's playroom. It has a sound button on the ear to really bring your baba's imagination to life.

Georgia's bunting

This blue and grey bunting will add style to any playroom. It features a fun Miffy bunny print throughout.

Letter cushion from Georgia Kousoulou's playroom

This soft and comfortable scatter cushion will add style and personality to your playroom. Georgia has opted for a B for Brody but it is available in many other letters.

Georgia's scatter cushion

This scatter cushion adds a pop of colour to the neutral styling of Georgia Kousoulou's playroom. Little ones will love snuggling up to the textured print.

Georgia's pouffe

We love the Boho-styling of this pouffe chosen for Georgia Kousoulou's playroom. It is beautifully knitted from natural cotton and can be used for seating or simply as a decoration piece.

Georgia's beanbag chair

This plush bean bag chair will be the perfect spot for your little one to crash after a busy day of fun in their playroom. The faux fur will feel super soft against their delicate skin.

Georgia's faux fig tree

This artificial fig tree will add a touch of greenery to your playroom, helping to bring the outdoors in. It will instantly add a fresh look to your playroom. Best of all, you won't have to worry about watering it!

Georgia's rattan basket

This rattan basket adds to the neutral theme of Georgia Kousoulou's playroom. You can use it for storing your little one's toys. Alternatively, you can use it as a plant pot - just like Georgia.

Georgia's statement chair

This chair certainly stands out in Georgia's playroom. The smooth and solid teak-stained wood contrasts against the soft white faux fur covering.

Georgia's lion wall art

Georgia Kousoulou on her magical c-section

In a chat previously with Mother&Baby, Georgia reminisced about the birth of baby Brody. "The birth was actually amazing. I loved every moment of it. I was obviously petrified before. I'd heard loads of horror stories and people really talk badly of c-sections. Mine was planned because that was the safest way for Brody to come into the world because he was breech, but genuinely, it was calm and magical," Georgia remembers.

You can follow along with Georgia's motherhood journey over on Instagram page.

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