Friday, April 27, 2007

Inside Jaime Pressley's Jungle Inspired Nursery

Jaime Pressley gave US Weekly a sneak peek at the safari-themed nursery that she created with the help of Pottery Barn Kids for son Dezi James.

Jaime worked with designer Erinn Valencich to turn a spare room in her Los Angeles home into a custom designed jungle complete with vines and monkeys.

"It's great stimulation and he'll grown into it. Teddy bears get old," she explains.

For the room, Jaime and fiance Eric Cubiche selected the Pottery Barn Kids Larkin Dresser and Sleigh Crib since they would work for either a boy or a girl.

She selected the Pottery Barn Kids Marin Table Lamp for the side table. Along with the lamp the table features her own baby photo, "It's important to have different generations represented in the room," she says.

The artwork was inspired by the Jungle Book and were painted by Los Angeles artist Seizer-One. The giraffe and elephant were purchased from FAO Schwartz.

The chairs were painted by one of Eric's cousins. She says of the chairs, "It means so much to us."

The chick magnet pillow and other accessories were gifts.

The actress is eager to meet her new addition due May 8 and there is something else she is eager to see, "I can't wait to get my body back!"

Even through she's eager to welcome Dezi, she's already starting to make plans for the next baby. She says, "In the next two years I'd like another child, so Dezi has a companion."

Source: US Weekly

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