Take a peek at some of the posh products celebrity parents are going ga-ga for!
Babies are on the brain with the recent arrival of a major A-list duo’s darling, Miss Blue Ivy. She is no doubt already the apple of Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s eye. As the go-to source for celebrity baby décor, PoshTots has had the honor of working with such stars as Heidi Klum, Gwyneth Paltrow and Tori Spelling. When MTV requested a sneak peek at the must-have nursery products of the elite, we put our best foot forward with these fabulous finds.
The cradle’s beauty is enhanced by its bedding by Nava, a go-to designer for stylish, affluent parents for over 25 years. Because her bedding creations are made using fine dupioni silks they are both soft and stunning. Nava has even worked with the first family!
These ultra-soft slippers are the Jimmy Choos of baby booties and are hand knit from fluffy angora. Rachel Zoe had a pair in baby Skyler’s closet and George Clooney is a fan of gifting this fabulous footwear.
Kumi Kookoon Blanket
Makers of the finest silk charmeuse, Kumi Kookoon is the ultimate in posh baby blankets. They are simply decadent and make a great baby gift. This fabulous Charmeuse Silk Baby Blanket retails for $363.
Limited Edition Baby Carter Canvas Reproduction Wall Hanging
Designed by PoshTots’ exclusive mural artist, Colleen Phelon Hall, this detailed wall hanging is personalized and delicately trimmed with beading. Each hanging can be as customized exactly as you wish. The elaborate hanging featured for Blue is embellished with mini pearls and Swarovski crystals.
This year’s pregnant celebrities, had not only a glow from their darling baby bumps but also from their high fashion sense! Take a peek at the stunning momma’s to be, in lil’ sugar’s “Best of 2011: The 25 Most Fashionable Celebrity Maternity Moments,” or below see how we think they pair with our Posh products.
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Tori Spelling and Ali Laundry look seaside chic in these floor-length Boho dresses. Our White Pique & Blue Baby Bedding will transport you to your favorite body of water, if only by design.
October 10 Tori Spelling welcomed baby Hattie Margaret into the world, and what a fabulously decorated world for Hattie to see at that. Tori had planned for a boy, and was shocked when her new baby was a blushing baby girl. She tells Access Hollywood on her pre-planned grey and yellow nursery, “In the hospital when I realized it was a girl I was like, ‘Oh my gosh, no! I want her bathed in pink!” And fabulous pink sweet Hattie is bathed in! Check out the Access Hollywood insider video tour below:
Isn’t that space such a fun retreat for Tori and Dean’s new girl? Here are our Posh Picks for acheiving the look of Hattie’s Hot Pink Haven:
We were visually inspired when browsing the Vogue 10 Best Dressed – Forward Thinking feature. With lovely ladies in fine couture, who wouldn’t be? Read on to see where we pulled our inspiration from.
Maria Sharapova looks fabulous in this Vera Wang dress. Get the look with our Sumptuous Silk Baby Bedding – perhaps the finest way to envelop your child in luxury. Soft to the touch and tantalizing to the eye, they’ll know they’re special from the beginning.
Beyoncé Knowles is bold and beautiful in this Lanvin dress. Our Collins Rocker makes an equally bold statement in a fully-upholstered rocking chair designed to showcase your contemporary style.
The always fashionable Sarah Jessica Parker looks gorgeous in this Prabal Gurung dress. A perfect accessory to our Flourish Baby Bedding. From classic to contemporary, this bold crib set coordinates with a variety of nursery decors. The striking black and off-white color scheme ensures the crib linens will stand out against any wall color.
Ziyi Zhang looks classic in this Tom Ford dress. Snuggle up in this equally timeless and exceptional bedding, our Bella Notte Silk Velvet Quilted Coverlet.
Bianca Brandolini looks fierce in Giambattista Valli Haute Couture. Our Visola Chandelier will surely turn heads with the same show-stopping style.
Kate Moss looks effortless in this ensemble featuring Topshop shorts, an Isabel Marant top and Pretty Ballerinas shoes. Our Black Tie Striped Bedding will pull your room together in a clean and crisp way.
Genevieve Jones is dark and sultry in a Vintage Oscar de la Renta blouse, Zara jeans and Pierre Hardy shoes. Our Black Moroccan Leather Pouf will add a sophisticated accent to your bedroom, lounge or living room.
Our fashionable First Lady, Michelle Obama looks radiant in a Tracy Reese dress with a Lambertson Truex bag. Our Emma Flower Dot Warm Rug combines whimsy and pattern in a contemporary way.
Stephanie LaCava looks vintage and preppy in a Z Spoke by Zac Posen top, A.P.C. shorts and Christian Louboutin shoes. Our Black Stateroom End Table combines bygone luxury with classic appeal for practical storage!
Elle Fanning looks darling in an Elizabeth and James dress and Opening Ceremony shoes. Our High Flying Monkeys Baby Bedding in indigo, cream and rustic red stripes complements baby’s cute curiosity.
Little Crown Interiors is at it again, delivering another fabulous celebrity nursery. This time for Mel B, AKA Scary Spice.
Watch the glamorous transformation in their fun video below:
Get the look of this spectacular space:
What’s your favorite part of Mel B’s Nursery? Is it the rich sitting nook? The lovely linens? Or is it the floral wall art that stands out the most to you?
Pop star, bubbly actress and style-icon Hilary Duff recently announced her first pregnancy with her hockey player hubbie, Mike Comrie. We are tickled pink dreaming about what sort of elegant nursery she will concoct. We’re thinking it will be a lovely posh princess, with luxurious furnishings and sweet decor. See what we mocked up for her future nursery below.
If our gender predictions are wrong, what posh products do you think her little prince should inherit?
Rachel Zoe is the ultimate fashionista. Is it any surprise that her son, Skyler, will be the best dressed tot in Hollywood?
BUT, what really interests us is the nursery. Of course. And, as expected, it’s perfectly posh. Light and bright and modern.
To get the overall look:
7. Sakura Crib
We have been so fortunate over the years to work with the best artisans in the industry. One of our long-time (and favorite) artisans is Gail Sedigh, of Art for Kids. She does gorgeous, sophisticated French provincial-inspired pieces that lend an elegant feel to any child’s room.
Super talented, she was recently asked to decorate Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon’s twins’ nursery. Here’s a peek at her designs, and some insight into this beautiful room.
Your stuff is so gorgeous, and one of our best sellers, I imagine you were a shoo-in when it came to Mariah decorating her nursery? How did it all come to be? We received a call from Mariah’s people. They had done a lot of research on baby furniture and designers and presented her with choices. We’re proud she chose us!
What are some of the items you used from your collections? We used the Serafina Crib in Versailles Crème Finish for the girl and the Heirloom Crib in the same finish for the boy. We used an AFK French Wide Chest with our Trumeau Mirror above it, the Maxwell Upholstered Daybed, matching Mayfair Swivel Gliders and our Mayfair RoundTufted Ottoman, Sandrine Table, Juliette Table & Chairs Set, and Eloise Clothes Valet as well as a custom bookcase we built to fit under the ‘faux’ arched window.
What were Mariah and Nick’s favorites? Mariah had been staying at a spa when the installation was done. I’m told she just sat and stared in awe at everything and in the days before they were born could be found ‘nesting’ in the room. And she loved that Eloise Clothes Valet! Nick was involved and supportive of Mariah’s choices. He just wanted to make sure the room wasn’t too “girlie”.
The room, for all its decadence, is still so serene and quietly elegant. Was that Mariah’s direction, or did she look to you for the design? How much did Mariah drive the design of the nursery? Was there anything specific Mariah wanted? I think Mariah had definite ideas and wishes for her nursery. She very much wanted a ceiling mural with “the colors of the clouds of a Bahamian Sunset”. AFK’s muralist, Marnie Vollenhals, painted an amazing sky with gold leaf stars. Mariah loved it! Here is a picture of it. That set the tone for the nursery – serene and restful with a bit of magic!; she left the rest of the design up to me.
How did you come about the creaminess of the palette? We’re loving the green. Mariah and Nick wanted pink for Monroe but wanted to vary a bit from the typical “blue” boy’s palette. We settled on green – Mariah liked the tie-in to “nature.” I had Marnie paint another mural on the wall — a-trompe l’oeil scene that I originally suggested be of Central Park because Mariah loves New York, her hometown! But when Marnie was actually painting the scene, Mariah decided that instead she wanted a more “pastoral” scene — with lambs and a bubbling brook, which is what we painted. Ultimately Mariah loved the ceiling sky so much that she decided to have the pastoral scene painted over with more sky. Which one do you like more? Did she make the right choice?
What’s in the room that we don’t see in the pictures? The Maxwell Day Bed, our custom designed built-in closets and changing station and the amazing sky mural!
What are your rules for decorating a nursery? Comfort and beauty – in that order!
Tell us a little about you and your business…how did you get into this? What are your inspirations? Why children’s furniture? I think it’s a calling. I’ve just always loved juvenile interiors. I do whole house décor, but especially enjoy creating nurturing, graceful spaces to enjoy the most precious time life gives us – childhood. I really don’t understand when people say “they’ll outgrow it so soon.” My pieces are designed to transition into grown-up rooms. I treasured every moment of my own children’s ‘nursery’ time and I want to help others create fabulous rooms as well.
You can see more of Gail’s creations and her line here.
A while back on our blog, we featured Gwyneth Paltrow’s children’s room in her Nashville apartment. It was posted on her blog, Goop, as well. It features our Boardwalk Bunk Bed in Eggplant. We’ve always loved how just the right amount of purple can lend a whimsical, yet sophisticated touch to any space.
And now, we’ve discovered that it is, once again, featured on this amazing site, Nursery Notations. Which is great for three reasons: 1) because it means that other people feel the same way we do about purple, and 2) because we discovered an amazing new site. It’s so well done, and it speaks to our very nature as nursery connoisseurs, of sorts. We love finding new inspiration, and this site reads like a luxurious magazine.
Oh, the third reason: they dig the purple too!