Bruce Willis and Demi Moore’s daughter Rummer Willis became a mom earlier this year, and her baby’s nursery is one for the books. Willis opened the doors of her daughter’s room to Architectural Digest and shared the inspiration behind its whimsical look.
The 34-year-old actress gave birth to her daughter Louetta Isley Thomas Willis back in April, and the design of her room was largely inspired by Willis’ decision to have a home birth.
“It was really important to me to try and have her nursery […] dialed in in a way that felt like, ‘Okay, I’m not going to the hospital.’ I’m going to be here, and this is the space that I’m bringing my daughter into the world, so I want everything to feel really safe and calm for me,” she told Architectural Digest.
In terms of the design, she wanted the nursery to have a “Wes Anderson by way of Havana” vibe and include a little bit of whimsy without being too girly. The rest of Willis’ house mostly features neutral tones, but she wanted to nursery to have a lot of color and be more offbeat.
Willis’ sister Tallulah helped her bring the nursery to life by drawing artwork for a collage wall which also includes photos from Willis’ baby shower. When it comes to small details, her favorite is definitely a tiny guitar that Louetta’s dad Derek Richard Thomas brought home from a tour.