I thought I was doing a pretty good job with getting my nursery together … until I saw this one. It’s the nursery of Poppy, the daughter of Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, so naturally it’s also probably the prettiest, chicest nursery I’ve ever seen.
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I’ve always been huge fan of Nate Berkus (but who didn’t love Jeremiah Brent’s stint on the Rachel Zoe Project) and own way too much of his various Target collections, but I was still totally blown away by this space, which appeared in Architectural Digest last month.
Let’s take a peek, shall we?
This is the actual nursery space, and it looks like baby dream land. (But who am I kidding, it’s my dream land too). It’s the perfect balance of sweet, glamorous, and modern. And can we talk about that changing table? I bet they fight over who gets to change Poppy’s diaper on that thing.
And then, there’s the playroom, with the teeniest, most adorable teepee on the planet in it. I’m also obsessed with those interior windows which make the whole space feel super light and open.
Sadly, those were the only two shots of the nursery in the spread, and I haven’t been able to find more, but I was able to pull a few “get the look” products together from these snaps, below. (Which will also double as my shopping list should I ever have a girl).
Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent’s Nursery
From left: Antique wall mirror from Lamps Plus, Jellycat Orla Ostrich, Etsy dream catcher, Ginger jar from Oriental Furniture, Jenny Lind convertible crib, Hummingbird wall art, Nate Berkus for Target braided handle basket, Baroque gold frame, Caitlin Wilson textiles rug, World Market flokati stool