Dallas-Based Interior Designer // Amy Berry’s Nursery Reveal

Amy Berry Nursery
Photography by Laulie Ross


Vetro Crib | Hickory Swivel Gliders (similar here) | Custom Ottoman (similar here) |
Made Goods “Sorin” Dresser (similar here) | Justin Van Breda Mirror (similar here and here) |
Gray Malin Parker Series Prints | Vintage Rattan Bookcase (similar here) |
Stark Area Rug (similar here and here) | Fiona Walker Animal Heads (available at www.amyberryhome.com)
I had the pleasure of (finally!) meeting the gorgeous interior designer, Amy Berry, at a friend’s baby shower a few weeks back. She was a wonderful hostess, adorably pregnant, and I even got a peek into her nursery! The room was so precious that I asked Amy to do a nursery reveal for all of you to see on Bump Day. Below are some fun tips and decorating trends from Amy — you can read more about her on her website amyberryhome.com!

Are you expecting a boy/a girl or are you keeping it a surprise?

We are expecting a girl! I am not very good with surprises…

What was your inspiration when decorating your baby’s nursery?

Really, the wallpaper was the starting point for the nursery. I fell in love with this mural paper by Susan Harter nearly two years ago and always kept it in the back of my mind for something special.. I wanted the nursery to always be a nursery, and be able to transition should we find ourselves expecting a boy later in life. Everything else in the nursery is mostly neutrals, and it’s more invincible than it looks… chair fabric is washable, wallpaper is vinyl… I wanted it to be a calming but happy room!

What are your favorite new mommy products so far? 

The vetro crib in the nursery, everything by Dondolo (they have the softest peruvian cotton baby clothes… the whole line is so beautiful),  and the dock a tot!

What tips can you give for decorating a nursery? 

Don’t skimp on the curtains or the glider. I always tell clients with nurseries to have layered window treatments so you can fully black the room out if you need to but also allow some light filtering. You’ve got to be able to enjoy the nursery too, so I think a good quality swivel glider is worth every penny. Mine are from Hickory Chair, but we use Lee Industries a ton for nurseries.

Have you seen any nursery trends that you love?

I honestly don’t think I’ll ever tire of baby animals… whether it’s a watercolored version or the animal heads I have on the wall. There are so many great modern crib options out there too, they work so well in any kind of space.

Follow Amy on Instagram @amylberry!