Celebrity Parents Inside the 'Whimsically Sweet, Dream'-Inspired Nursery for Colton Dixon's Identical Twin Girls "After we spoke with PBK about the nursery, we realized our nursery dreams would be coming true," Colton Dixon and wife Annie tell PEOPLE By Jen Juneau Jen Juneau Twitter Jen Juneau is a digital news writer for PEOPLE since 2016. People Editorial Guidelines and Anya Leon Anya Leon Anya Leon is a Senior News Editor and the Parents Editor for PEOPLE. She's been at the brand for over 14 years in various roles across the Entertainment, Lifestyle and News teams. She has appeared on PEOPLE's podcast, PEOPLE Every Day, and covers everything from exclusive pregnancy news to every single Kardashian birth (11 and counting!). She resides in Northern Virginia with her family. People Editorial Guidelines Published on September 25, 2020 05:55 PM Share Tweet Pin Email We independently evaluate all recommended products and services. If you click on links we provide, we may receive compensation. Learn more. Colton Dixon and wife Annie's twins in their nursery. Photo: Annie Dixon; Paul Archuleta/Getty Only the best for Colton Dixon's little ladies! Five weeks after the American Idol alum, 28, and wife Annie welcomed their identical twin daughters Ava Dior and Athens Elizabeth, the couple are opening up to PEOPLE about the serene, "dream"-inspired nursery they put together for the girls, furnished with items from Pottery Barn Kids. "We remember walking into the room that would become the nursery and had this thought to 'dream,' " says the couple. "After we spoke with PBK about the nursery, we realized our nursery dreams would be coming true." "It turned into a whimsically sweet haven for our girls," they add. As for the room's aesthetic, "We wanted a light and airy space with mostly neutrals and little pops of color. PBK brought our vision to life, and we added in some black and blush to our white room with light wooden cribs." Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. Nursery for Colton Dixon's twins. Annie Dixon Nursery for Colton Dixon's twins. Annie Dixon Nursery for Colton Dixon's twins. Annie Dixon Nursery for Colton Dixon's twins. Annie Dixon Colton Dixon Recalls How He "Prayed" When One of His Twin Daughters Was Born "Without a Pulse" And alongside a bevy of soft stuffed animals, Dixon and Annie "felt the unicorn rocking chairs ($199) were the perfect finishing touch to the twins' nursery," they add. The new parents tells PEOPLE their "favorite part about the nursery is the nook with the rocking chair," which is a Bedford chair from PBK ($269 to $959). "It serves as a place to spend quality time with our girls," they explain. "We placed the acrylic bookshelf behind the chair, making it the perfect place to read to them, sing to them and rock them to sleep." Nursery for Colton Dixon's twins. Annie Dixon Nursery for Colton Dixon's twins. Annie Dixon RELATED VIDEO: American Idol Alum Colton Dixon Reveals Wife Is Actually Pregnant with Twins: "What a Blessing" Although Dior and Athens are currently snoozing in their parents' room, they say the babies have already taken a liking to their eventual sleep space. "We know they will love all of the details of the room!" the couple tells PEOPLE. "They currently like the mirror behind the changing table. It reflects light and gives them something to look at during monotonous diaper changes." "We are excited to make many more memories there," they share.