Inside Naturi Naughton’s Mint-Green Nursery for Daughter Zuri: ‘I Wanted It to Feel Like Serenity’

Naturi Naughton‘s daughter Zuri is usually 3 months old, yet she’s already set adult in (serene) style.

The Power star, 33, gave PEOPLE an disdainful glance inside her baby girl’s mint-green nursery, combined in partnership with interior engineer Nicole Gibbons and Pottery Barn Kids.

“I was meditative of something that felt unequivocally peaceful, really feminine, yet not overly drowned in pink. we wanted it to feel like serenity,” Naughton tells PEOPLE of her impulse behind a space’s look. “My whole thesis was removing away: You can fly, we can go wherever we wish to go in life.”

She adds, “I only wanted [Zuri] to feel desirous each time she looked around, with a maps and a birds, the-world-is-your-oyster kind of vibe, and zero is impossible.”

“The space is splendid and ethereal with a soft, delicate tone palette and includes subtle influences of her Caribbean birthright throughout,” says Gibbons. “The hothouse is honeyed nonetheless worldly so that it can simply transition as baby Zuri grows.”

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Nursery for Naturi Naughton’s daughter, Zuri
Stephania Stanley


Naturi Naughton inside a hothouse for her daughter, Zuri
Stephania Stanley

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The tone thesis via a space was indeed Naughton’s beloved Ben‘s brainchild. “My beloved chose a green, that packet green,” says a actress. “He chose that tone and initial we was like ‘Green? We can’t do green. That’s not girly.’ But we satisfied he was like, ‘Let’s do something singular and different.’ ”

Zuri’s hothouse includes a series of honeyed elements from Pottery Barn Kids, including a Blythe Spindle Crib ($699), Elephant Side Table ($349), Eva Floral Medallion Rug ($149 to $699), Elsie Cloud Dresser ($799) and Naughton’s favorite piece: the Modern Wingback Glider Recliner Rocker ($1,119 to $2,199).

“[The rocker] is extraordinary since I’m also breastfeeding,” says a new mom. “That [chair] is a possibility to feel like me and my baby lady get a possibility to connect, since she’s looking adult during me, I’m looking down during her, I’m feeding her, I’m rocking, we put her to nap in that chair. We adore it.”


Nursery for Naturi Naughton’s daughter, Zuri
Stephania Stanley


Nursery for Naturi Naughton’s daughter, Zuri
Stephania Stanley

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As distant as a décor goes, one of a elements tighten to Naughton’s heart is a moving framed wall art above her daughter’s crib, flanked by a few feathered baubles.

“I adore how a doves go opposite a wall with a pointer that says ‘Oh a places you’ll go,’ “ shares a actress. “When we see those doves, each time that we travel in, we only feel like we wish to fly away.”

Other honeyed pieces featured in a adventure-encouraging hothouse are Pottery Barn Kids’ Lamb Plush Collection ($19 to $49), Metallic Wool Storage bins ($59 to $79), Ombre Geo Lumbar Decorative Pillows ($24) and a wooden fondle train ($39).


Nursery for Naturi Naughton’s daughter, Zuri
Stephania Stanley


Nursery for Naturi Naughton’s daughter, Zuri
Stephania Stanley

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Zuri — who “only wakes adult once during night” and whose name means “beautiful” in Swahili, according to Naughton — has gifted a accumulation of parenting styles between both her mom and dad.

“We’re opposite on standard man-woman stuff. He picks her adult and plays with her, and I’m like, ‘Be careful!’ ” Naughton says. “I’m a lot some-more sensitive. I’m such a lady and I’m like, ‘Just don’t do anything since we don’t wish anything to happen.’ we consider we’re flattering good, though. We’ve found a balance.”

And her favorite partial of motherhood so far? “Learning some-more about my daughter each day,” says a actress. “That’s one of a best parts: only training and exploring her, and only enjoying a routine of figuring out each stage.”

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