The Jersey Shore alum, 30, and husband Roger Mathews opted for a Disney-themed nursery for their second child, who recently joined 23-month-old big sister Meilani Alexandra as the newest member of the household.
Farley, who designed the primarily gray-and-aqua space herself, purchased furniture and décor from Delta Children and Etsy, while the owl mobile is from My Baby Sam, Inc. The bumper, sheet and skirt for the 4-in-1 convertible crib, as well as the room’s custom curtains, are all by New Arrivals, Inc.
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Custom letters adorned with blue bows — also by New Arrivals, Inc. — spell out “Once Upon a Time” above Greyson’s changing table, whose drawer knobs Farley painted herself.
The former reality star also shared in a YouTube video that there’s a very specific, and sweet, reason she chose the room’s artwork.
“I want my son to grow up looking at these pictures and knowing what it’s like to treat any woman he comes across like a princess,” she says.
But the room isn’t overly Disney: Farley incorporated elements like zoo animals and plenty of books.
“This is a little riding thing … I don’t know exactly what it is,” Farley says of the large gray hippo atop the bookshelf. “So I’m keeping it up there because it’s super cute.”
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As for the fireplace that Farley says is an “eyesore” but “is what it is,” she made sure to give it the Disney touch as well. Stuffed-animal versions of characters like Simba, Mickey and Olaf sit on the mantel, while paintings of Jafar and Gaston give the wall a little villainous edge.
One person who “does not dare” to critique Farley’s Disney-design dreams? Her husband, whom she recently said she has an even better relationship with now that they’re parents.
“We have much more respect for each other now,” she said at the time. “Roger is so hands on with both of them it made me fall in love with him all over again.”
— Jen Juneau