Danielle & Kevin Jonas: Take A Look Inside Alena’s Playroom

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Proud new parents, Danielle and Kevin Jonas, are giving a sneak peek inside their newborn daughter Alena’s playroom — and it’s gorgeous! Celebrity Baby Scoop has the exclusive details of the fun room, including images and a quick chat with the designer, Vanessa Antonelli.

“The playroom is so cool! My good friend Vanessa from NessaLee Baby designed it,” Danielle told Celebrity Baby Scoop. “Our home is traditional, and with her nursery being a light purple, we wanted to do something different with the playroom, which is royal blue brown white and orange with multiple different textures.”

As for the inspiration behind the custom-designed playroom, Antonelli says it was all about combining fashion with function.

“Functionally fashionable was the goal,” the designer shares. “Kevin and Danielle have a modern sense of style that I infused into the space and made sure everything in it would take them for many years. It’s glam, but not too girlie in case there are more Jonas babies in their future.”

It sounds like the new parents were very involved in the design process.

“Both Danielle and Kevin loved the idea of navy as opposed to traditional playroom colors or pinks,” Antonelli shares. “They knew exactly what they wanted as far as functionality. It was important to have couch seating, play seating, book storage, toy storage, additional open space for future toys and a changing table to use now.”

In terms of favorite elements of the room, Vanessa says it’s all about the details.

“I love the little details about this room.” she says. “The tiny pom poms on the drapes are just darling! The bird wallpaper and textured bark wallpaper tie back to the tree bookcase and the room’s subtle theme. The way the navy overlays on the closet doors blend so well with the changing table’s style completes the look. Plus, who can resist a teeny tiny ghost chair?”

For more information on the Jonas baby playroom, head over to NessaLee Baby

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  1. Mom

    This doesnt seem very child friendly to me….

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    • Coralee

      How come? It looks very nice and safe.

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      • Jessica

        Idk why that person doesn’t think so,
        But for me I don’t think it looks child friendly because it’s too much of 1 color. Their should be a vibrant of lots of different colors and bright colors. The main color of their blue is fine but they incorporated no other fun bright warm colors that children’s playrooms and even classrooms have. This looks like a waiting room or something.

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        • Jessie

          I read an article where they said it was because the toys were going to be vibrant and colorful. When you think of what toys look like it makes sense because then it would be overload.

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  2. Alla

    Looks cold!

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  3. me

    I love the tree bookcase!

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  4. Jenn

    A little too minimalist for my taste but I love the paint color; very pretty and calming.

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  5. me2

    It’s too plain/too mature-looking to be a play room. Don’t like it. To each his own. It just does not look fun to me. As long as her parents are with her though, any room she is in will be fun. :) Love K & D Jonas. :) Awesome parents!

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  6. Heather

    While I don’t think a nursery or play room has to be super “baby baby”, I find this a little too grown-up for a child. Not crazy about the aesthetics. I feel like a mirror or something needs to go over the change table, it’s so bare.

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  7. S

    That is the most pretentious, useless looking playroom I have ever seen!!

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    • Samara

      Because there aren’t any toys yet because she’s a newborn. I think it’s a beautiful clean slate for the future. Not sure why it’s pretentious. I guess when it isn’t from Walmart that’s the general response of Americans.

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