Tamera Mowry-Housely | Americana Napa Nursery | Boys Nursery Decor

Celebrity Boy Nursery Reveal

Shalena Smith of GaGa designs a celebrity nurseryPeople.com gave us a peek into Tamera Mowry-Housley’s baby boy’s nursery in Napa Valley, but we’re here with the whole room design. Celebrity Nursery Interior Designer Shalena Smith selected a few of Charn & Company products for her Americana nursery design. She just love how Shalena Smith was able to incorporate all the decorative accessories into this unique baseball theme for the celebrity nursery. Our four arm spindle cottage chandelier was highlighted with custom colors and our star wall sconces were nicely placed over a dresser. Alongside the lighting was our Ashner star appliqued wastebasket and tissue box set from our Bella collection. 

Tamry Mowry-Housely Celebrity Nursery DesignShalena Smith from GAGA designs did a wonderful job by combining the Baseball theme colors from bedding to wall decor and to lighting. She was able to tie the room together with light blues, tan, cream, and touches of red highlights in product like our star wall sconce and the star details on our custom star wastebaskets and star tissue boxes. The celebrity nursery was a huge success and of course, the celebrity mom was so excited to see the final reveal. People magazine, project nursery, and Houzz all featured this Americana Napa Nursery for all to see and get inspired. Contact Shalena Smith for all your nursery projects.

"Funny thing, the piece that I love the most is the American Flag wall hanging that dad, Adam Housley, had in storage. I was able to pull items from boxes that hadn’t been unpacked yet. I love that it completed the nursery and carried the theme of the Vintage Americana look that I was going for. That vintage piece of Adam and Tamera’s, along with the star sconces 
from Charn & Company that framed the Newport Cottages changing table , really tied everything together. The side of the room with the flag wall hanging is my favorite with the New Arrivals Baby Blocks

  • February 03, 2014
  • Charn Pennewaert
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