We asked the designers of this super-cute little girl's nursery to reveal how they made the green, pink, and blue look come together. Lucky for us, Naomi Alon and Gerri Panebianco, the co-founders of Southern California-based Little Crown Interiors
, didn't stop there. Read along as they share designer tips and tricks for decorating your nursery (or any space in your home) and recreating the look of this room fit for a little princess.1. What were you trying to accomplish with the design of this space?
Our celebrity client, Laila Ali, wanted a nursery that was bright and cheery, but also sophisticated to match her own personal style. She also wanted to incorporate some sentimental aspects into the space to make it feel special for her new baby girl. 2. What was the inspiration for the project?
One of our biggest inspirations for this project was the crib itself. We designed the special edition "Hope" crib—benefitting breast cancer research—with Newport Cottages
in a happy shade of pink. There's even a sweet sentimental message inscribed on it, which reads, "unconditionally loved and eternally blessed." 3. How did you choose the color palette?
Having started with the pink crib and changing table, we needed a balance; so we worked with Laila and settled on a cheery green and a subtle blue. We wanted the space to feel alive, but understated at the same time. So we chose the pinks and greens in brighter shades, and the walls are a more muted shade of blue.