Inside Stephen Curry’s Chic (and Gender-Neutral!) Nursery

06/25/2015 at 03:30 PM ET

Their daughter Riley may be stealing the spotlight with her adorable antics, but Stephen and Ayesha Curry have made a slam dunk on the home front.

The Golden State Warriors MVP and his wife — who’s pregnant with the couple’s second child — teamed up with Pottery Barn Kids to put together a gender-neutral nursery that will score major points when their baby on the way makes its July debut.

While the couple traveled to Cleveland for the NBA finals (where the basketball star and his team took home the trophy!), the design company went to work creating a cream-colored sleep space, featuring plenty of seating, cozy bedding and subtle wall adornments.

Stephen Curry Wife pregnant nursery
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Once the proud parents reveal the sex of their second child, they can put the finishing touches on the nursery by adding a few splashes of color.

And while the new baby will surely have sweet dreams in the classic Blythe crib — which has been outfitted with gray and white quilted blankets — it’s the Declan rocker and matching upholstered ottoman that will likely be the Currys’ favorite late-night snuggle spot.

Stephen Curry Wife pregnant nursery
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Although it was the future addition who was showered with lots of love, big-sister-to-be Riley, 3 next month, wasn’t left out: She was gifted with her own Ripley Jewel doll from the Jenni Kayne collection.

Stephen Curry Wife pregnant nursery
Alli Pura Photography

Stephen Curry Wife pregnant nursery
Alli Pura Photography

Stephen Curry Wife pregnant nursery
Alli Pura Photography

— Anya Leon


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melissa bailey on

Beautiful family.

Kathleen on

Nice advertising for Pottery Barn, I suppose? Should use “Sponsored” in the title though.

stefani duke on

bloody knee and a hospital gown……weird

jules on

i have never seen so many people taken with a black family since the cosby show. what an interesting phenomenon.

Erika on

Cute nursery and beautiful family!!!

Callie on

Beautiful room but very boring for a baby. Babies are stimulated by color, this baby will be bored to tears

Jenifer on

I love ths nursery! Not over the top, just subtle and sweet. Bravo!

Anonymous on

Clearly famous people’s babies do not ever have a flaming blowout, or they might have reconsidered all the white fabrics #ForLifesBleachableMoments…

Sky on

They are doing my nurcery too….can’t wait to see what they come up with.

Lillie on

That whole family is adorable!

Anonymous on

simply a breathtaking wonderful family so happy to see such a wholesome family makes me happy to see this and glad for your success on and off the court and congrats for new addition to family makes me realize there is still hope for the 3 generations under me amen.

Anonymous on

They have an adorable doggie as well. 🙂

mommytoane on

Beautiful nursery. Seems to be all the rage for parents to be doing nurseries in gray and white lately. I’ve seen even non celeb parents doing up baby’s room that way. On the bright side they are soothing colors. Often times those “stimulating” bright colors lead babies to sleep less and relax less so the neutral colors are perfect for a calming enviornment.

Bob on

A baby can have plenty of stimulating colors in its toys in the family room. Its bedroom is for rest, so the soothing, neutral colors there make perfect sense. It is not good for a baby to be stimulated 24/7. People who complain about this kind of thing aren’t thinking.

Carina on

Because clearly babies have the willpower to stay up 24/7 and see through their eyelids to be disturbed by colorful mental stimulation lol okay….riiiiiight.
That room is boring as snot and you wouldn’t even think there was a baby in there. People do what they think is cool not what is best, that is what makes it a trend. Tired parents like soothing grey and beige only. Brand new babies with a fresh firing brain begging for stimulation to continue bridging those neural pathways and forming understanding while both awake and asleep first need the exposure. I think newborns see black, white, AND red for a reason. No one is saying make a blood room but a nice pop of color is healthy too. Don’t send your child to Pleasantville please. Thought we all learned color is a grand thing

Bob on

The only thing people should be complaining about is the fact that there is a bumper in the crib. It is a SIDS risk and is unnecessary. You can’t even buy a bumper in the city of Chicago any more for this reason.

charlotte on

That is one good looking family! Can’t help but smile when I see Riley. Too cute. I wish them all the best 🙂

Bea on

They did say they were going to add “a few splashes of color” once they reveal the baby’s gender. The grandparents aren’t even privy to that info just yet! Also, there is a lot to be said about colors and what they do to us (esp babies).
As long as the baby is safe and the family can function well, they can do the room however they want. This room is not going to babysit Baby #2 by itself, you know. 🙂

Anonymous on

I love this nursery. Pottery Barn does a great job. They helped with our house recently.

Bob, you can get bumpers in the suburbs surrounding Chicago, just so you know.

Esmerelda on

Horribly drab color for a baby.

vc on

love the nursery and these two together make a great looking couple.

fl0werp0wer on

And the award for most boring nursery ever goes to…

Faith on

Steph and Ayesha God has blessed you with a beautiful family. Please be leary of those who are out to make you stumble. Don’t be mislead by those who want to deceive you into supporting the gender neutral agenda.

cs:go on

You’re a very practical web site; could not make it without ya!