Inside Gigi Hadid’s VERY chic nursery: Model mom shows off her stylish baby room decorated with a $1,300 crib, $1,600 dresser, and over $1,200 worth of throw pillows – plus baby books on quantum physics AND crystals
- Gigi, 25, shared several photos of the nursery she and Zayn Malik set up for their little girl
- FEMAIL has identified much of the furniture and decor, including several pricey pieces from Anthropologie and Pottery Barn
- The room is packed with stuffed animals, including a $78 Maileg USA Noah’s Ark set and an $80 Hazel Village Penelope Rabbit Doll
- She also has a $640 Sacred Bundle changing table and a $108 changing basket, plus a $1,249 crib
- In addition to over $2,300 worth of Anthropologie throw pillows, Gigi also decorated with a $750 rocking chair and a Missoni sleeping nest
- A big wall of books includes ‘Rocket Science for Babies’ by Chris Ferrie as well as books on chakras and the power of crystals
- The furniture and toys in the room that have been identified by FEMAIL are worth over $8,000 in total
Gigi Hadid has offered a rare peek inside her baby’s nursery, showing off a beautiful baby room decorated with mountains of throw pillows, plenty of stuffed animals, and an entire wall of reading material.
Gigi, 25, welcomed her first child with her partner Zayn Malik back in September — and though the couple hasn’t revealed the name of their little girl, Gigi has now given a brief tour of the room where she sleeps.
In a series of photos she shared on Instagram on Monday night, the supermodel showed off a dresser stacked with tiny boxes from Tiffany & Co., a pair of very stylish baby-sized sunglasses, and a cozy daybed for mom near baby’s crib.
A little look: Gigi Hadid, 25, offered a rare peek inside her baby’s nursery with a series of Instagram photos, revealing many of the items inside, including cute plush toys
Homey: The images offer a look at her furniture and decor, including a striped rug, lots of stuffed animals, and artwork
Luxe lounger: The room has a few pieces of furniture, including a $998 Anthropologie rattan daybed for mom to sit on
Chillin’: The daybed is piled high with throw pillows, the sum total of which cost a small fortune. They include this $345 Charlie Sprout Bonded Pillow from Anthropologie
She sure likes pillows! Other pillows from Anthropologie in the room include a $290 Charlie Sprout Nagazi Pillow (left) and a $390 Charlie Sprout Almasi Pillow (right)
According to Gigi’s caption, the images were taken ‘the night before I went into labor,’ with the first one showing the mom-to-be in all black with a big baby bump.
Cuddly: She has a Jellycat Bashful Bunny, a $22.50 stuffed bunny that comes with a book called ‘If I Were a Bunny’
Behind her is a room of warm colors and earthy touches, from the terracotta walls to the hardwood floors.
She’s decorated that floor with a large patterned rug with muted, multicolor stripes and geometric designs on top.
The room has a few pieces of furniture, including a $998 Anthropologie rattan daybed for mom to sit on, a $670 hand-woven rattan chair from Pottery Barn, and a $1,249 Sacred Bundle teak crib.
The chair is draped with a fluffy white throw blanket, while the daybed is piled high with throw pillows, the sum total of which cost a small fortune.
Among them are two $88 Flower-Dyed Ardel Pillow tie-dye pillows, two $290 Charlie Sprout Nagazi Pillows, two $390 Charlie Sprout Almasi Pillows, two $345 Charlie Sprout Bonded Pillows, and a $138 All Roads Open Market Pillow — all from Anthropologie.
In total, the model has more than $2,300 worth of throw pillows.
Nestled into the pillows are a stuffed bear and a $30 Annie Selke stuffed chicken.
There are more stuffed animals sitting on the shelf above it: A pair of stuffed bunnies, a toy unicorn, and a few toy cacti sit together next to framed photographs.
One of those bunnies appears to be the Jellycat Bashful Bunny, a $22.50 stuffed bunny that comes with a book called ‘If I Were a Bunny,’ while the other is an $80 Hazel Village Penelope Rabbit Doll from Pottery Barn.
Somewhere to relax: Gigi added a $750 hand-woven rattan rocking chair from Pottery Barn
There are even more stuffed animals in the crib, including at least two stuffed bears — which Gigi presumably removed once the baby came home, as it can be dangerous for newborns to sleep with toys in the crib.
The crib is holding lots of stuff, including a pink onesie and what appears to be Missoni sleeping bag-style ‘zig zag nest.’
Next to the crib is a glimpse of a $640 Sacred Bundle rattan changing table.
Gigi’s photo with the crib also shows the top of a dresser, which is is stacked with a mirror, a pair of robin’s egg blue Tiffany & Co. boxes, and even more tiny stuffed animals in a $78 Maileg USA Noah’s Ark set.
Other items on the dresser include a set of rainbow books and a pair of tiny round baby sunglasses.
Cute: Gigi put an old-fashioned VCR filter on another photo revealing her daughter’s crib, which was filled with stuffed animals
High-end: The new mom picked out a $1,249 Sacred Bundle teak crib
Pricey: Next to the crib is a glimpse of a $640 Sacred Bundle changing table
The crib is holding lots of stuff, including a pink onesie and what appears to be Missoni sleeping bag-style ‘zig zag nest’ (pictured)
The most stunning piece of furniture in the room is a $1,598 hand-carved Anthropologie dresser made of tropical hardwood with what appears to be an Aztec-like pattern carved into the front.
Biblical: Among the toys is a $78 Maileg USA Noah’s Ark set
The dresser is topped with wipes, a basket of creams, a framed piece of paper with unreadable text, and a $108 Olli Ella Reva changing basket, also from Anthropologie.
For decor, Gigi also several woven baskets near and on top of the dressers, as well as four white rattan Charlie & Marlow x Sacred swallows — which cost $69.99 —fastened to the wall.
Another wall shows a piece of art by the baby’s ‘auntie’ Austyn Weiner.
Most revealing is the baby’s bookshelf, which takes up the better part of a wall and has over five dozen books.
Titles include ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ by Judith Kerr, a Hairy Maclary book, a Barney story called ‘The New Babysitter,’ and ‘One Tricky Monkey Up on Top’ by Jane Belk Moncure.
Fully stocked: Gigi said that loved ones have already stocked her with books for the baby
Childhood fave: They have classics like ‘Goodnight Moon’ by Margaret Wise Brown, ‘The Rainbow Fish’ by Marcus Pfister (pictured), and ‘Are You My Mother?’ by P. D. Eastman
Smarty pants: A funny set is from the Baby University series, including ‘Quantum Physics for Babies,’ ‘Newtonian Physics for Babies,’ and ‘Rocket Science for Babies’ by Chris Ferrie
Classic: They also have a copy of ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ by Eric Carle
Woo woo: In addition to the scientific baby books, the couple has also stocked the shelves with books from the Mind Body Baby collection, including ones on crystals, astrology, and chakras
She and Zayn have stocked the wall with classics like ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ by Eric Carle, ‘Goodnight Moon’ by Margaret Wise Brown, ‘The Rainbow Fish’ by Marcus Pfister, and ‘Are You My Mother?’ by P. D. Eastman.
Other books include ‘Yes, No, Little Hippo’ and ‘A Wish-For Dinosaur’ by Jane Belk Moncure, ‘Josephine Wants to Dance’ by Jackie French, ‘The Runaway Bunny’ by Margaret Wise Brown, and ‘Every Little Thing,’ which is based on the song ‘Three Little Birds’ by Bob Marley.
A particularly funny set is from the Baby University series, including ‘Quantum Physics for Babies,’ ‘Newtonian Physics for Babies,’ and ‘Rocket Science for Babies’ by Chris Ferrie.
In addition to the scientific baby books, the couple has also stocked the shelves with books from the Mind Body Baby collection, including ones on crystals, astrology, and chakras.
‘So many friends sent their favorite books,’ Gigi captioned the image of the bookshelves.
Gigi added that ‘decorating & spending time in her nursery really helped me feel prepared when I would get too in my head.’
Parents: Gigi and Zayn Malik first got together in 2015 and appeared together on the cover of Vogue in August 2017. The couple confirmed they were expecting a child together in April
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