We’ve caught a glimpse of The Bachelorette’s Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum’s nursery before, but our friends at Project Nursery are sharing a full look into the travel-themed space. Thanks to designer Vanessa Antonelli of NessaLee Baby, the couple was able to seamlessly add rustic touches to a modern space, which baby Fordham will no doubt love as he grows.
“When I first met with Ashley, I asked her to show me things she likes in terms of other spaces, furniture and decor. I felt like all of the things she chose were very different from each other,” Antonelli told Project Nursery. “I wanted to give her exactly what she was dreaming of, so I needed to find a way to fuse the two styles so they made sense together visually. I think the best way to do that is to not go color crazy.”
The result was a neutral-colored room with a subtle travel theme, a nod to Ashley and J.P.’s memories of traveling together. Maps, sailboats and airplanes can be found throughout the space. While the couple found it difficult to choose a favorite piece, Antonelli says they ultimately love the driftwood wall the most. That wall features a special accent — a handmade set of wire Letters spelling “Fordham.”
“I always like to choose some handmade products to add into every space I design. There are so many talented artisans in this world and it makes the room that much more special,” says Antonelli.
Want to recreate this space for yourself? Here’s a rundown of what’s inside:
Harlow Crib by Babyletto
Cobblestone Crib Bedding by Oilo
Chandelier from Barn Light Electric
Map Art by Umbra
Costa Chest by Kidsmill
Pebble Change Pad by Nook Sleep Systems
Photos by Ricky Stern Photography