See All a Photos from Justin and Emily Baldoni’s ‘Bright’ Nursery for Their Son: ‘Light Equals Happiness’

Soon, Jane a Virgin star Justin Baldoni expects his home to deplane into “chaos” with a attainment of his second child. Luckily, though, baby child Baldoni has a “calming” space prepared and watchful for him.

The actor and his wife Emily worked with Target to pattern a “light and splendid and clean” hothouse for their son — and they’re giving PEOPLE an disdainful inside look.

“Being relatives of a toddler [2-year-old daughter Maiya], we’re training that a residence can get unequivocally disorderly unequivocally fast, so to have a hothouse filled with toys and books, we only wanted to keep a room light and bright,” Emily shares. “It only helps it feel cleaner and reduction messy.”

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The space — filled exclusively with Target products, essentially from a brand’s new Cloud Island line — includes a light timber floor, white walls and white furniture.

“For us, light equals happiness,” explains Justin, 33. “That was one of a good things about Target’s Cloud Island collection — all felt unequivocally light with unequivocally healthy and neutral tones, that is unequivocally Emily’s and my style. We’re not unequivocally into dim or splendid colors, and it only calms us down.”

Emily, in particular, is a fan of a white Babyletto Hudson 3-in-1 Convertible Crib ($380) and interrelated Scoot 3-Drawer Changer Dresser ($350).


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The walls are given with Cloud Island Wire Wall Storage Hexagons in packet ($30) — pressed full with fun animal plushes also from Cloud Island — as good as critter artwork, like a Cloud Island Wall Canvas Giraffe in neutral gray ($30).

“I adore a design and that again is their Cloud Island brand, that has so most cold design and toys and blankets with unequivocally elementary patterns,” says Emily. “And there’s so many opposite things to select from, so we can brew and compare and only make it unequivocally personal, though all still goes together.”

Continues a 33-year-old, “I adore a small sum of a room — it only adds that aptitude of character.”


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Though Justin and Emily contend they didn’t wish a room to be all blue, they favourite regulating a tone as an accent in smaller pieces, like a Pillowfort Large Storage Basket in navy ($20).

“We like to brew it up,” says Emily. “But a turquoise-ish blue unequivocally works with all else that is light and beige and beautiful. And we adore that we drew some gray in there. we have a thing for gray.”

In fact, several products a integrate comparison are only that shade: a Cloud Island Crib Mobile Two by Two ($30) and Crib Bedding Set Two by Two ($70). Two other equipment that change out a blue paint are a singly designed bookcases: a Babyletto Dottie Bookcase in white/washed healthy ($250) and Spruce Tree Bookcase ($180).

“I consider my favorite aspect [of a nursery] is walking in and carrying it feel calming,” says Justin. “I’m kind of a minimalist. we adore open spaces — it creates me feel calm, generally only devising what it’s going to be like when a child comes and we have a great toddler who wants attention, a mother who needs assistance and a small boy who is hungry.”


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“Walking into a room that doesn’t have only toys and things everywhere, it’s only a unequivocally good feeling,” he adds. “It’s unequivocally good for my sanity.”

The integrate — who distinguished their fourth marriage anniversary this year — also donned wardrobe from Target for their honeyed family hothouse shoot. Emily picked a comfy dress from a new maternity collection, Isabel Maternity.

Now, with a hothouse checked off their to-do list, Justin and Emily are focused on cherishing their final few days as a family of three before their son’s arrival.

“It indeed feels unequivocally extraordinary to have a hothouse done,” admits Emily. “When you’re about to give birth, it’s like we only go into this nesting mode. You wish to clean, we wish to organize, we wish to get absolved of stuff. So that’s fundamentally what I’m doing right now.”


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Adds Justin, “We’re beholden that Target came in and helped us with a nursery, though during a finish of a day, we now have to figure out how to live in that hothouse as parents. And that’s a genuine thing and it’s frightful and it’s hard, though it’s also beautiful.”

“The disharmony of lifting a family is filled with highs and lows and ups and downs, and it’s all about Emily and me entrance together as a integrate and as a family section and reckoning out how to do this,” he says.

“Raising a child is a large shortcoming — though it’s also awesome,” Justin explains. “Any time we can have a small assistance from a association like Target to make a hothouse good and unequivocally pretty, we unequivocally are appreciative.”

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