After finding love during season 17 of The Bachelor, Sean Lowe and his wife, Catherine Giudici, welcomed their adorable son, Samuel, on July 2.
Now, we’re finding love in their perfectly decorated nursery for baby Samuel. After teaming up with Wayfairand Tori Swaim of New Arrivals, Inc., Sean and Catherine decorated Samuel’s nursery with the entire family in mind.
Describing her design style “as comfortable layers with clean lines and a touch of eclectic,” Catherine created a gender-neutral nursery with a textural mix of whites, creams, and grays.
The comfortable space is so clean and chic, we just hope that glider stays spitup-free! Filled with personalized touches, the nursery has a beautiful style that can be applied to any room in your home. Keep reading to see Samuel’s nursery and what Catherine had to say about designing it, and then shop the items from Sean and Catherine’s Wayfair nursery makeover here.
“I prefer neutral designs, so not knowing the gender while designing the nursery wasn’t a huge challenge. I like to add dimension with different textures in the whites, creams, and grays so the room would feel comfortable for the baby and me, and I think we nailed it!” Catherine said.
I made it this way because I knew I’d spend a lot of time rocking him and feeding him and reading to him. Also, since I knew Sean would want to be in there with us to create those really special memories, the bench beside the glider was a must. All cute and functional pieces, if you ask me!” Catherine added.
“We wanted the nursery to be a haven for the baby, and knowing that this stage would bring a lot of chaos naturally, I definitely felt that creating a calm environment would help even out potential stress,” she said.
“The wallpaper I created for Samuel is my favorite part of the nursery. Before he was born, I pictured him in his room and knowing I made something special for him put a smile on my face,” Catherine said.
As the final product (and my huge grin) shows, I am very happy with the result! With Wayfair a huge part of it, we all collaborated something fierce,” Catherine said about the way Samuel’s nursery turned out.
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