The only thing that could possibly be cuter than a newborn baby is the new nursery! And celebrity moms and dads spare no expense (ahem, Blue Ivy’s 2200 square foot
mansion nursery) on putting together some pretty swanky digs for their little darlings.
Check out some of our favorite celebrity baby nurseries and stare agape with us, as we attempt to fathom what it must be like to grow up in bedrooms like these:
Celebrity stylist Anya Sarre is the head fashion stylist for “Entertainment Tonight” and “The Insider,” so it’s no surprise that she hit it out of the park with the baby room she designed for her first child.
We love the nautical theme, plus the mix of colors and patterns. From the whimsical accessories (seahorse lamp, life preservers on the wall) to the maritime accents on the crib – this nursery is just what the captain ordered! [Photo credit: classickidsphotography.com]
Pretty in Pink
Greys Anatomy writer Shonda Rhimes went for the classic “It’s a girl!” color scheme for the adoption of her second child.
She opted for pale pink to offset the creamy white chandelier for baby Emerson Pearl’s nursery. The brass crib pulls the whole room together with a touch of class and antiquity – adorable!
The Boys in Blue
Charlie Sheen might be something of a wild card, but the nursery he put together for twins Bob and Max shows a calm side that we didn’t know he had in him.
We love the soothing color scheme and the minimalist style of this baby room. And of course, the cuddly stuffed animals and comfy chairs!
In the Jungle, the Mighty Jungle
Cake Boss Buddy Valastro went for a gender-neutral look (Valastro and his wife declined to learn the baby’s sex before the birth) while skipping the typical yellow.
Baby Carlo won’t grow out of this safari-themed bedroom any time soon with its sophisticated, yet kid-friendly color scheme. With this room, we’re guessing that his first Disney movie will have to be “The Lion King” or “The Jungle Book!”
What do you think about decorating baby’s room according to gender? Are you a fan of the classic pink or blue, or do you err toward gender neutral decorations? Let us know in the comments!