- Minnie Dlamini-Jones shared what inspired the creation of her baby Netha's nursery on Instagram
- The Mzansi media personality told her fans exactly what went into the theme of the baby's place to sleep
- Netha's room is inspired by nature and has a safari look, with neutral colours making it look very sophisticated
Mzansi television presenter Minnie Dlamini-Jones is enjoying motherhood and is opening up day by day. Recently, Minnie took to social media to show her fans what her baby's nursery looks like.
Minnie had a specific theme on her mind when coming to her son's nursery. She shared how happy she was with the way that the nursery turned out.
"The inspiration for my nursery was a unique interpretation of a safari themed room," she said.
The room looks like it comes straight out of nature, the colours are warm and neutral, making it perfect for a baby boy. Minnie said that she wanted to be able to bring the outdoors inside in a way.
"I wanted the room to be sophisticated, minimalist yet still young and fun," she continued.
Mrs Jones said that their house has a wooden and concrete aesthetic so she wanted Netha's room to fit in with the theme that's in the rest of the house.
Most of the furniture in Netha's room is custom made, exactly the way that Minnie wanted it to be. The room looks very classy and is a nursery fit for a king. Netha Makhosini Jones is one lucky baby.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Minnie Dlamini celebrated baby Netha Jones turning three months old. Mzansi television presenter Minnie Dlamini is celebrating her son after he turned three months old.
Taking to social media, Minnie posted a picture of herself holding her baby Netha Jones in his nursery. Minnie is still in disbelief that she's a new mother but she's clearly loving it. She wrote:
"Three months later and I still can’t believe I’m a whole mom! My boy, thank you for being the most perfect and sweet baby."
Minnie added that Netha has given her a new purpose in life and she can't wait for him to meet all his aunts and uncles very soon.
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