Little River Oliver is a very lucky little boy! His mum Jools Oliver took to Instagram on Wednesday to share photographs of her son's beautiful bedroom – her "absolute favourite room in the house" – and gave fans major interior design goals in the process. The picture consists of four small images, showcasing River's nursery from all angles. In the first quadrant, River's red Moses basket can be seen resting on the wooden floor, next to a cosy yellow armchair covered in cushions. The second shows a striking grey fireplace which stands in between a vibrant desk and stool and a turquoise chest of drawers, with a collection of toys in front of it.
Jools Oliver has showcased son River's nursery on Instagram
The third picture is taken from further back to include River's cot and also shows the little boy lying in his bed gazing up at a cloud mobile. The last photo shows River's bedroom door – his name in bunting pinned on the outside. There are also a series of colourful pictures on the wall, and a peg rack holding a collection of bags and items of clothing.
Jools – wife of celebrity chef Jamie Oliver - teamed up with Denmark-based interior stylist Styleplay to create a dream bedroom for River, her fifth and youngest child. And in her caption she thanked the company for their help. "My absolute favourite room in the house. Little River's nursery. Thank you Vivi and Carina @styleplaydk you are so talented, brilliant and lovely, your help was invaluable," she wrote. "Now I just need to get River out of his little cosy Moses @sebrainterior your cute cots are lovely xxx."
Jools and Jamie Oliver welcomed River - their fifth child - in August
Fans were understandably seriously impressed by the end result. "See now this is a proper kids' room!!!" one wrote. "It has COLOUR and lots of it, YAY! So refreshing to see a bright palette!" Another commented: "What a gorgeous nursery and so inspiring. What a magical place for River to grow and learn in." A third added: "I love that it's not a 'showroom'. It's a real, lived-in baby room." A fourth said: "How cosy. And such an inspirational room, like dreams can come true."