Tori Spelling Reveals Finn’s Nursery

For her newborn son Finn’s posh nursery in her LA-area home, Tori Spelling called on BFFs Bill Horn and Scout Masterson (a.k.a. The Guncles), who run a success baby and kid products PR firm (Marque Communications), for help with a giraffe-themed room.

The mom-of-four, a home decor designer herself, oversaw every detail of the room from her LA-area hospital bed while on bedrest with her fourth child.

“I’ve always loved vintage pieces in my home,” Tori tells Celebrity Baby Scoop about the inspiration behind Finn’s giraffe-themed nursery.

She adds: “Vintage pieces add character and story to a room. I love that I’ll be able to tell Finn the stories behind his vintage pieces. And, mixed with new baby items makes for an amazing and eclectic nursery.”

And she got the whole family involved in the decorating fun.

“I think it’s such a fun family experience adding vintage pieces to a nursery,” Tori says. “Once I had a theme, the kids and I would look online and at flea markets, and it made them a part of the process of decorating Finn’s nursery. So once you have a vision of the nursery check out local flea markets and etsy online.”

Tori says that planning during bedrest with placenta previa gave her hope.

“In the early stages of my pregnancy I was shopping at a flea market and found an adorable vintage giraffe figurine,” she says. “That was when I came up for the vision of Finn’s nursery. I wanted to do a blend of vintage touches and modern regency.”

“Dean and I have always known since Stella was born that we would have another baby boy one day and we would name him Finn,” she reveals. “Although we didn’t find out the sex of the baby I committed whole heatedly to a baby boy giraffe nursery for Finn. That very first vintage giraffe figurine I found also stayed on my bedside table in my hospital room for the 2 1/2 months I was there. It gave me hope.”

And she wanted to make a bold and retro statement with Finn’s posh room.

“I wanted his nursery to be bright and bold pop colors so I went with turquoise and orange,” Tori says. “Then to add the vintage touch I added in a retro yellow.”

The Guncles were thrilled to help their BFF create such a fun space for Finn.

“We were thrilled when Tori asked us to help her decorate Finn’s nursery,” says the reality TV dads. “When we started the project we didn’t know that Finn’s journey into this world would be such a dangerous and emotional one. We hope that the room’s decor is a chic and calming space for our little nephew, and a reminder to Tori and Dean of what an amazing gift little Finn is.”

And the designers were sure to share some of their favorite pieces in the luxurious space. To begin, the duc duc Regency crib and Savannah changer.

“I’m obsessed with the crib and changer by ducduc,” Tori says. “I had never seen anything like their designs. Their pieces exude style and glamour. And I knew the Regency crib would be the perfect pinnacle of Finn’s nursery.”

And the “genius” Tempaper wallpaper really gives the room that chic vintage look. These self-adhesive “peel-and-stick” temporary designs were hung with love by hubby Dean McDermott while Tori lived in the hospital for  2 1/2 months.

“The idea of chic yet temporary wallpaper is genius!” Tori shares. “When I learned that I would potentially be spending my entire pregnancy in a hospital room I wanted to decorate to make it feel like home and to give myself a DIY project. Nothing permanent can be on the hospital walls so the Guncles found Tempaper. Dean hung it and every day that wallpaper made me happy. It was a bright spot for me during tough times. I knew it had to be a part of Finn’s nursery as it had been such a huge part of our journey together. Plus I wanted him to finally get to see it and love it as much as I had.”

The orange SPI Baby Beckett dresser is the same as a pink version that sits in big sis Hattie’s nursery.

“I love their dressers,” Tori says. “They are so chic and the orange gives that amazing color pop in the room.”

Other chic items in the room include the 4moms mamaRoo chair that Tori says “has been a constant in my babies’ lives,” and the Nook Sleep Systems Pebble mattress and matching, custom orange ChangePad. And we loved the orange diaper pail by Ubbi.

Sweet dreams in your beautiful room, baby Finn!

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  • Rose

    I think it’s clear by the number of times she mentions the product names that she got those products free from those companies. She’s even whoring out her baby’s nursery for profit. Shameful. But not surprising.

    And that nursery is gaudy.

  • Angi

    I love the nursery.

  • Francine

    OMG! That has to be the ugliest nursery I have ever seen in my entire life! It is gross! That wallpaper has to go!! The kid will have nightmares for sure!

    • Anonymous

      And every single thing in it is a choking hazard.

  • amani

    yuk! I like Tori Spelling but her nursery is just horrible, the colours she chose look awful combined. Funny how people can be so proud of such bad taste!

  • Kaz

    It looks so old fashioned,not for a baby or even an older child!!!Green wallpaper and orange furniture…yuck.It was probably FREE.

    • Anonymous

      I hope it was free! Who would spend money on that 70’s looking garbage!?

  • Lila

    That wallpaper is terrible!!!! i could handle just the turquoise but the pattern is too much!
    Has anybody noticed how ugly the carpet is?? surprised to see such yucky carpet in a house which will no doubt be worth a million or two.

    It is nice to see how much thought and effort went into it, very sweet.

    Did they really not find out the sex of the baby, cause its a pretty boy dominated room… obviously could have had changes since the birth, but the basic theme and all furniture is more masculine than not.

  • Tiffany

    Ugly. It looks like a bad hotel room. I feel no warmth or love in that room. I expect to see hookers in the corner. This kid will be as creepy as his brother.

  • Julia

    Where is the warmth in that nursery?

    awful colors, furniture and I agree about the choking hazards. Really bad taste imo.

    Tori and Dean look awful, they both look in their 50’s.

  • Heather

    Everybody has their own taste, and Tori is WAY into vintage. I don’t like it either, but since she is so into it, I’m sure she thinks its beautiful and thats all that matters. My son’s room is completely navy and grey for the Dallas Cowboys. If I posted a picture I’m sure some would say it’s too dark, she’s forcing a team on her son, blah, blah, blah. But, we love it, and I am proud of it, lol!

  • anonymous

    Hideous woman, hideous dress and hideous nursery!! Will she ever stop pimping out her children for a profit?

  • as is

    I like a the wallpaper and the furniture, but together it ends up looking too gaudy.

  • Bridget

    I do hope Finn says, “Giraffes scare me, Mom!”. I think a jungle scene would have been better with lighter colors and this room looks like a vintage 1960s mess!

  • Bridget

    I do hope Finn says, “Mom, I hate giraffes! They scare me!”. I think the room looks like a scary 1960s relic or an ugly hotel room in a 1 star hotel. There is nothing warm or welcoming about this room at all!

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