nate berkus jeremiah brent poppy

This spring gave us the arrival of Poppy, Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent’s first daughter. Then in the summer we got to meet the precious little lady. Now, as if we weren’t envious enough of the five-month-old, we are getting a peek at her stylish and chic nursery and playroom. With two interior designer dads it’s really no surprise Poppy’s setup is mega inspo-worthy.

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The couple shared their entire NYC Greenwich Village apartment, which they designed together, in the October issue of Architectural Digest. Yeah, the entire three-bedroom apartment looks amazing, but the most important part to us is obviously how they chose to style the spaces meant specifically for Poppy.

nate berkus jeremiah brent poppy nursery

For her nursery Nate and Jeremiah went with a natural bright feel. Full of whites, grays and gold, this room is definitely Poppy’s palace. If you’re looking to recreate any of her room’s style or add it to your Pinboard, Architectural Digest shared where to shop. “The nursery is clad in a wallpaper by Apparatus and Zak + Fox; the crib is by RH Baby & Child, and the rug is by Caitlin Wilson.”

nate berkus jeremiah brent poppy playroom

When it came to Poppy’s playroom, which is in the center of the apartment, the theme of clean design clearly came through. Installed above the banquette in the space is an important handwoven piece created by Nate’s former partner who died in the 2004 tsunami, Fernando Bengoechea. Looking to replicate the cute, yet chic space (minus that unique art)? Architectural Digest has you covered. “An alpaca pillow from ALT for Living, Nate Berkus Studio made the tepee, and the elephant is by RH Baby & Child.”

Poppy, you’ve got super stylish fathers. Now when can we have a playdate to see the space IRL?!

Would you incorporate any of Poppy’s nursery or playroom design elements into your child’s rooms? Let us know in the comments.

(Photos via Douglas Friedman/Architectural Digest, @archdigest + @nateberkus)