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Get The Look of Liz Uy and Baby Xavi’s Nursery

This minimalist nursery is every first-time mom's dream.

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Photography: @lizzzuy on Instagram

When stylist to the stars Liz Uy introduced her baby boy, Xavi, to the public last March, many of her followers were happily surprised. Since Liz kept her pregnancy private, only a few people knew she was expecting, much less that she had given birth. The first-time mom told Preview that her priorities have changed since becoming a mother. "Every time I do anything, I think of Xavi first,” Liz said.

Two months later, the new mom has shared a full photo of Xavi’s nursery—and it’s a tropical minimalist dream! The room, which Liz calls her “weekend hangout spot,” is decked with fresh but whimsical pieces that any mom, first-timer or not, would love to have. Here’s how to cop the look:

Gone are the days when the only rocking chairs available were made of wood and solihiya. Take a cue from Liz and get a baby blue Eames rocking chair that will blend in perfectly with your modern minimalist nursery.   



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Eames Rocking Chair, price available upon request, CWC Interiors 

A round rug in a pretty pattern and neutral colors can add charm to any room. Choose one with soft and easy-to-clean material, especially if you’re going to use it in your baby’s play area.   



NU16A Round Rug, price available upon request, DecoLiving Manila

It’s important to choose a sturdy crib that can accommodate your child as he or she grows. The oval crib in Baby Xavi’s room is a Stokke Sleepi, which can be turned into a child's bed when your toddler outgrows it.  


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Stokke Sleepi Crib/Bed, price available upon request, Stokke 

Store diapers, clothes, and other supplies in a chest of drawers with room on top for your little one’s toys and books. A sleek unit with unobtrusive handles will go well with your minimalist theme.


Vintage chest of drawers, available at Embrace Homestore Co; mobile 0917-805-3770

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Brighten up the nursery with a low-maintenance houseplant like a fiddle leaf fig. Not only will it make the space instantly IG-worthy, it will also help purify the air—which is great for you and your baby.   

Fiddle leaf fig, price available upon request, Happy Plant Co.

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