The former reality star perfected every last detail of the room that baby Charlie shares with his 2-year-old brother, Liam James.
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Conrad and her husband William Tell decided to keep the nursery gender-neutral and calm.
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“We started working on the nursery before we knew if we were having a boy or a girl, so we wanted to keep it gender-neutral,” Lauren told People.
Lauren’s vision for her boys’ room incorporated treasures from artisans across the globe, thanks to her organization The Little Market, a nonprofit fair-trade marketplace.
“I love the wallpaper we chose. I also really like the surfboard we found. It’s from Agave Surf, a local company that makes them from agave wood.”
The tranquil room also features a handwoven basket from Kenya and a quilt stitched by artisans from India.
“I love how calm the nursery feels. I really wanted it to be a relaxing environment for the kids to begin and end their days in.”
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It sounds like the mama is looking forward to all that is yet to come now that they’re a family of four.
“I have loved watching Liam grow and develop his own personality, and I can’t wait to do it all over again. And I’m so excited for Liam to have a little brother to grow up with.”
Katie Nave is a freelance writer, producer, and mama living in Brooklyn, New York. Driven by her passion for storytelling, she is always seeking opportunities to elevate people who are working to better the world around them.
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