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Delivery Room Decor Is the Interior Trend That’s Dividing the Internet

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When a newborn arrives, it’s only natural to want to bring in decorative balloons and flowers, but would you consider delivery room decor instead?

That’s one of the latest interior trends going viral across the internet for the right and wrong reasons.

So what exactly is it? A creation by a US-based small business called Ruffles ‘n’ Buttons, which is ran by mum-of-four Kystine Turner, the idea of delivery room decor is to provide a personalised way to decorate your hospital room.

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One of Ruffles ‘n’ Buttons matching creations

Mums-to-be can welcome their newborn into the world with personalised bedding, a dressing gown and much more.

It’s a beautifully sentimental idea.

The custom made sets come with a blanket, pillow, a baby’s outfit, and a dressing gown, which can all be personalised to any theme or colour scheme.

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Posted by Ruffles 'n' Buttons on Tuesday, 26 March 2019

However, the idea of a custom designed hospital room set has also caused a ruffle online.

A post put up recently on the business’ Facebook ended up going viral – with over 4K likes, 12K comments and 28K shares, after showing several of the designs available.

“Do you have your #deliveryroomdecor yet? Be prepared with your Ruffles & Buttons custom designed hospital room set” was met with various reactions.

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When are you due? Do you have your #deliveryroomdecor yet? Be prepared with your Ruffles&Buttons custom designed…

Posted by Ruffles 'n' Buttons on Monday, 25 March 2019

While some truly loved the concept – many commented that it was a “cute idea” and they wished they had seen it for their delivery – it also sparked mass debate.

“Imagine being this extra” Aimee Leigh Howard wrote, while others commented it may be the last thing a new mother would think about.

If you fall into the former side of the discussion,  you can discover the personalised sets for yourself for around £300 on the seller’s Etsy page.

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