Celebrity Parents From 'Magical' Clouds to Butterflies: Inside Kylie Jenner's Playroom (and Nursery) for Stormi Kylie Jenner's interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard opens up about the special touches he included while creating Stormi's playroom and nursery By Rachel DeSantis Rachel DeSantis Instagram Twitter Rachel DeSantis is a writer/reporter covering music at PEOPLE. She has held various roles since joining the brand in 2019, and was previously a member of the human interest team. As a music writer, Rachel interviews everyone from rock-and-roll legends to up-and-coming stars for magazine feature stories and digital news stories. Rachel is based in New York City, and previously worked as an entertainment reporter at the New York Daily News after getting her start as an Entertainment Weekly intern. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Maryland. People Editorial Guidelines and Aili Nahas Aili Nahas Aili Nahas is the West Coast Deputy News Editor at PEOPLE. She is also the TV deputy in Los Angeles as well as the Weddings Editor. Aili has spent nearly two decades in the entertainment industry and 12 years at PEOPLE. People Editorial Guidelines Published on February 28, 2019 02:20 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Kylie Jenner‘s daughter Stormi has her head in the clouds — at least, when she’s in her playroom. The Kylie Cosmetics founder’s interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard opened up to PEOPLE about the special touches he made sure to include while putting together the rooms Stormi would spend most of her time in. The 1-year-old’s playroom features cotton-candy-like color-changing clouds that drift across the ceiling, which Bullard says are made up of microfiber. “There are giant clouds that float all across the ceiling and they all change color. It looks like cotton candy floating across the ceiling,” he tells PEOPLE. “They change color and dim and brighten and they’re the most magical thing. They’re amazing.” Want all the latest pregnancy and birth announcements, plus celebrity mom blogs? Click here to get those and more in the PEOPLE Parents newsletter. Kylie Jenner/Instagram How Kylie Jenner Changed the Design of Her House After Finding Out She Was Pregnant The designer says Jenner, 21, was well aware that babies can be messy, and he kept that in mind while designing her Hidden Hills, California, mansion, using outdoor fabrics so she wouldn’t need to fret over having them ruined. Kylie Jenner/Instagram “Kylie understands that kids will be kids and of course there are toys all over the place that kids have,” he explains. “But she does have a big playroom where a lot of it is kept.” “We make sure that everything is comfortable and inviting,” Bullard tells PEOPLE. “Nothing is too precious that you can’t stand on it or dance on it. It’s a home that’s made for living.” Kylie Jenner/YouTube Kylie Jenner Says Her Family Cut Her Off Financially at Age 15: “None of My Money Is Inherited” As for little Stormi’s nursery, Bullard said the space has a butterfly theme throughout, as the insects are “very important” to Jenner and boyfriend Travis Scott. “They have a very personal connection. I think it was because when they met there were butterflies around,” he says. “We have a beautiful theme with artwork of butterflies in the nursery.” The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star previously offered a glimpse of the butterfly-filled room in March 2018, with a photo on Snapchat. Kylie Jenner/Snapchat RELATED VIDEO: Kylie Jenner Celebrates Stormi’s First Birthday with Epic Amusement-Park-Themed Party The picture featured a large pink heart wall decoration adorned with butterflies, a white rug and a toy mouse that says “B@BY” on the front. “I love her room,” Jenner wrote on top of the photo. Bullard tells PEOPLE that he teamed up with Jenner to design her home three months before she learned she was expecting a baby — and that the two had to rework some of their plans. “We had to make a proper nursery and change another room for a playroom, and just make the house somewhat kid-friendly but still maintain the power and strength of the design Kylie wanted,” he explains.