For Kelly’s daughter Lola, Wendy created a storybook nursery that incorporated her Sir Leapsalot line with a custom mural featuring a fairytale castle. The whimsical nursery design earned her a featured story in the magazine Rosie.
“Kelly fell in love with my Sir Leapsalot design, which was the inspiration for the fairy-tale feeling of the room.”
A classic look inspired by her family treasures made Brooke Shield’s daughter Rowan’s nursery both cozy and sophisticated. The centerpiece of the room is a lovely window seat with a soft sage toile motif, which plays up the greenery of the surrounding view.
“Brooke wanted the room to be subtly feminine but not too girly. I thought the colors and patterns we chose turned out really great.”
When Wendy worked with Brooke on her 2nd nursery she knew she was having a baby girl. “Brooke immediately fell in love with my Vintage Teaberry nursery collection and honey sleigh crib so we went all out with it.” From the velvets and ruffles on the crib to the Vintage Teaberry floral and striped baskets that fill the bookcase cubbies this room says girl softly and beautifully.
Sara Evans needed a “big-boy bedroom” design for her first child, while Wendy was also working on Sara’s second baby’s nursery. Her son Avery loved trains, so she incorporated them into the bedding along with a look that is suitable for a toddler and will be appropriate for years to come.
“Bunk beds are a great space-saving solution, and for three-year-old Avery, they were the perfect way to transition to a bigger-boy room.”