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Hollywood is having baby fever! With the pitter patter of little feet all over Tinseltown, we thought it would be fun to come up with some decorating ideas for celebrity baby nurseries. Kourtney Kardashian, Snooki, and Anna Paquin all recently gave birth (Anna to twins, no less!) and while we're eagerly awaiting news of how these smashing celebity nurseries are decorated, we thought we'd give a few design suggestions of our own.
It's been reported that Kourtney Kardashian has gone for an understated, netural look in baby Penelope's nursery, but with her feminine style we imagine that her nursery is ultra sophisticated with lots of pink and cream colors. (And why not a dazzling crystal chandelier too - hung far out of baby's reach?)
With Snooki's over-the-top personality, we'd imagine her nursery for little Lorenzo has some serious Jersey Shore style and a tough, masculine edge. (She shared a sneak peek photo on Twitter, and I definitely spotted a little leopard print in there!) I'm not surprised her space has an edgy look. This fresh space above features funky furniture, cool lighting for kids, and a little zebra print - right up Snooki's alley.
With two little ones to juggle, Anna Paquin's nursery has to be seriously stylish and practical! Since she hasn't announced the names or genders of her babies yet, we thought this clean and contemporary nursery would be perfect for either two baby boys, girls, or one of each. I love that the books and toys are treated like art (yet aren't too precious) and that the white walls and floors provide a simple background for the charming modern cribs to take center stage.
Celebrity baby nurseries are a great place for famous moms to be creative and experiment with design. Our best wishes to Kourtney Kardashian, Snooki, and Anna Paquin as they embark on their journeys in motherhood!
Images via Baby and Kids Rooms on Pinterest. From top: unknown, HGTV.com, thelennoxx.com, housetohome.co.uk.
Hi. I’m Lesley. I’m a collage artist and interior stylist. Common advice tells me to pick one discipline and focus on it – but I’ve never been known for being common. I make beautiful things and create beautiful spaces, because surrounding yourself with beauty and inspiration just makes life better. Your home and the things in it should feel effortlessly mixed and matched, with just a little bit of weird thrown in. The unexpected keeps life interesting.
My design talents have been showcased as a junior designer at Kimberley Seldon Design Group (Toronto); project manager at Studio La Beauté (Toronto); showroom manager at Reid & Lyons Designer Trimmings (Toronto); freelance designer at Burnham Design (Los Angeles); and interior design stylist at Lamps Plus and 55 Downing Street (Los Angeles).
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Yeah - a nusery fit for a snooki - doodle.