While Whitney Port and husband Tim Rosenman adjust to life with a new baby, the designers over at Joss & Main are helping the parents transition their Studio City home. With the assistance of Style Director Donna Garlough, Port has just put the finishing touches on the master bedroom and, more importantly, Sonny's adorable gender-neutral nursery.
"Since we didn't find out the sex of our baby, we wanted the room to be very gender neutral without being too boring," Port told the retailer. "I wanted the nursery to match the master in vibe—Moroccan accents, light wood finishes, neutral colors but also have a sort of whimsical, fairytale aspect to it." They started off with a neutral palette of white and sand and brought in touches of black, green, and warm terra-cotta with the rug and pillows. "Plenty of natural materials like wood, leather, rope, and woven seagrass add character and texture," adds Garlough.
Port had five must-haves in mind when designing the nursery: a crib, a dresser that acts as a changing table, a soft rug, a glider, and a day bed. "We use the glider to feed him and calm him and the daybed is perfect for when we want to lay down in there and just stare at him or take a little snooze while he sleeps," she explains.
Step inside Whitney Port's brand-new master bedroom and nursery below, and shop the look over on Joss & Main after.
Next up: Check out the "before" shots of Port and Rosenman's new Studio City home.