There are plenty of reasons to be jealous of toddlers. The naps. The snack times. The fact that people applaud you for basic tasks. And yet? We’re most envious of one particular toddler because of her room. Of course, when you’re the daughter of Nate Berkus Associates’ Design Director, Lauren Buxbaum, it’s hardly surprising that your room would be the kind of place adults fawn over.
Also hardly surprising? That this wonder of a nursery was featured in the Wall Street Journal, with a spotlight on Lauren’s chic and clever design that mixes high and low, as well as items from the adults’ and kids’ sections.
Want a peek at how she made it all happen?
The nursery in WSJ’s Off-Duty section, photographed by Kevin J. Miyazaki for the Wall Street Journal.
Lauren and daughter Georgia at play, photographed by Heather Talbert.
Meanwhile, it’s measured whimsy from pieces like these from Nate’s brand new nursery collection at Target, that really up the charm. Woven details, playful shapes, and a good dose of animal magnetism make for eye-catching and well-loved pieces that the whole family will adore for years to come.