Top 10 Celebrity Nurseries

  • Mariah Carey 1 of 10
    Mariah Carey
    Silk curtains, a golden chandelier, a larger-than-life stuffed animal ... is it any surprise Mariah Carey welcomed her twins in style? The singer gave birth to a boy and a girl this past April, and she and husband Nick Cannon spared no expense when it came to the nursery. She even used her own songs — “Underneath the Stars” and “Close My Eyes” — as inspiration. If we close our eyes, we can at least pretend to have a room like this ...
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  • Neil Patrick Harris 2 of 10
    Neil Patrick Harris
    Proud papa Neil Patrick Harris also welcomed home a boy and a girl. The actor and his long-time partner, David Burtka, welcomed their twins to this sleek, spacious nursery in October. We’re grownups and we still have never had our own fireplace!
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  • Melissa Rycroft 3 of 10
    Melissa Rycroft
    The Bachelor alum Melissa Rycroft and hubby Tye Strickland prepared this sugary sweet nursery for their little girl, whom they welcomed a couple of months ago. Pleasantly pink with a crown tent above the crib (mom’s idea, of course), this room is no doubt fit for a princess.
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  • Bethenny Frankel 4 of 10
    Bethenny Frankel
    Since she wanted the sex of her baby to be a surprise, Bethenny Frankel opted for a gender-neutral, safari-themed nursery, complete with butter yellow walls and only the finest designer furniture. The reality star also looked to the future when choosing her crib; it converts to a junior bed and then a full-size bed to grow with little Bryn.
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  • Rachel Dratch 5 of 10
    Rachel Dratch
    Why not have famous designer Nate Berkus in charge of your baby’s nursery? That’s what comedian Rachel Dratch did before giving birth to her son in September. The pregnancy was a surprise — a pleasant one — for the SNL alum, who needed to swiftly make room for baby Eli in her one-bedroom apartment. Nate made it work with a partition dividing the room to create not-too-cramped-looking haven for the babe.
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  • Cake Boss’ Buddy Valastro 6 of 10
    Cake Boss' Buddy Valastro
    On TLC’s Cake Boss, Buddy Valastro lets his imagination run wild, so it’s no surprise he didn’t hold back when it came to his son’s nursery. While Buddy’s wife, Lisa, wanted to stay traditional, the dessert master preferred a wilder safari motif. The couple combined their tastes for this rich, green nursery, which features both a classic iron crib and a tree mural.
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  • Tiffani Thiessen 7 of 10
    Tiffani Thiessen
    Here’s another nursery with a tree on the wall, albeit a more modern one. Tiffani Thiessen and her hubby, Brady Smith, installed recycled floors and used vintage fabric scraps to design this eco-friendly nursery. The new mom wanted her girl to feel “inspired’ by the room’s brightness and whimsy.
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  • Samantha Harris 8 of 10
    Samantha Harris
    Entertainment Tonight host Samantha Harris created a playful, boutique-style nursery for her second daughter, Hillary Madison, who she welcomed in January. The room includes tons of personalized details (Hs all over the place!) but also allows ample space for her to play with big sis, Josselyn Sydney.
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  • Mario Lopez 9 of 10
    Mario Lopez
    Mario Lopez' girlfriend, Courtney Mazza, loved designer Bratt Decor after seeing their work in J.Lo's nursery. Luckily for the couple, the company set them up with a dream nursery makeover, complete with antique silver furniture and a crystal chandelier. Now you can come to our house, Bratt.
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  • Dr. Phil 10 of 10
    Dr. Phil
    With a nursery like this, you’d think the baby actually lived here, right? Not in this case. Dr. Phil and his wife, Robin, wanted their granddaughter to have a home away from home and designed this stunning golden room just for her. (Can we move in too?)
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