Room of the Week: Ali Fedotowsky's Beautiful Blush — 'But No Pink' — Nursery
The former Bachelorette shares inside her nursery for daughter, Molly
Ali Fedotowsky was confident about her design aesthetic when she started planning her daughter’s nursery — but she may have been a bit off base.
“Ali was adamant that her style was not super girly,” celebrity nursery designer Vanessa Antonelli tells PEOPLE. “But after a quick look at the rest of her home, which she decorated, I knew exactly what she’d like.”
While the finished room features custom furniture by Romina, adorable closet details from LA Closet Design and sparkling wallpaper from Graham and Brown that all create an admittedly feminine feel, the nursery for baby Molly, born on July 6, 2016, is still far from basic, baby-girl pink.
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“I wanted blushes and cream, but I was very specific about no pink — I wanted blush, but no pink,” Fedotowsky, 31, says.
The standout detail that makes this space any little girl’s dream? An entire wall covered with thousands of silk roses.
“It’s the coolest thing I’ve ever seen and I’ve never seen it in a nursery before,” says the former Bachelorette of the artful installation dreamed up by her designer.
Adorable personal touches added by Fedotowsky and fiance Kevin Manno, 33, include colored blocks that say “Mookie” — an inside joke from Manno’s family — and a customized piece of art by Petal Lane.
“One says ‘Endure,’ which is a direct copy of my tattoo with a quote from my grandmother,” Fedotowsky says. “I love that that’s in my room because we’re bringing in family.”
With reporting by NICOLE SANDS