Butterflies, Horses and Tents, Oh My! Inside Stephen Curry’s Daughters’ Whimsical New Bedroom

05/26/2016 at 12:00 PM ET

He shoots, he scores — on a room fit for two princesses, that is!

Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry and his wife Ayesha recently teamed up with Pottery Barn Kids to build a fairytale-worthy bedroom/playroom for their daughters: Riley, 3½, and Ryan, 10 months.

Riley had other plans and was feeling pinks and purple (naturally),” Ayesha noted on her blog post about the room, for which she had originally envisioned yellows and teals.

And though Ayesha was worried it might have ended up an “eye sore” due to the color choices of her oldest daughter, she confesses, “It ended up being gorgeous, playful, light and airy, and a place they could could grow into throughout their childhood.”

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The couple worked with Pottery Barn Kids in the past to put together Ryan’s gender-neutral nursery shortly before her birth, but according to Ayesha’s blog, the family had to find a new home due to privacy issues. Luckily, PBK was there to help once again make the Currys’ vision a reality.

“The shade of purple they chose was perfect, and the subtle pink accents were just the touch of feminine it needed,” Ayesha shares.

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“They added their favorite things, such as butterflies and horses, and even added a little kitchenette reminiscent of my own kitchen,” Ayesha says.

The girls will grow into their Ava Regency canopy beds, monogrammed with each of their names. The beds feature Stella tassel duvet covers with an Ava Regency dresser right in the middle.

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The girls’ chic yet imaginative play area includes gold metallic dot mini teepees, a vintage-style Claudia toy chest, a Finley play table and chairs and Ava Regency kid-sized vanity.

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And of course, no girl’s room is complete without a place to hang her tutus and store her very important day-to-day supplies, like a horse-print backpack.

Steph Curry daughters' bedroom Seth Smoot Photography

“I absolutely love this space, and so do my littles,” Ayesha says on her blog.

Of Pottery Barn Kids, she adds, “It’s always a dream come true when your favorite brands are just as excited to work with you as you are with them.”

— Jen Juneau

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goldenrod on

Really – pink and lavender are eyesores… but painting a little girl’s room yellow and green isn’t?

Miam on

Pretty! I like the muted colors with pops here and there. This space will definitely grow with the girls.

kendra joy bethune on

i’m round and big and don’t exerise i said once before what’s strange behavior to you at people that justin bieber is showing when it was 9:08 am i wrote a letter to life books now that the perfume i have on smells rosy
red rose scent hello beautfiul from the bathh and body works they carried 3 months ago to next week for 3 months at san leandro marina square where there’s alot young black and white women with big butts

Sabra on

As long as the girls are happy, I guess that’ts about all that’s important!

Robin on

Nice bedroom for the girls, but I don’t think Ryan will sleep or play much in that room for another year.

Riley will be by herself unless Ryan has a crib or toddler bed in there.

circ1984 on

You know, I could make a fortune in L.A. as a fashion designer. Because all of these celeb stylist designed nurseries, weddings, and baby showers, have got to be the most bland and basic eye sores that I have ever seen. Ayesha would have been better off doing her daughters room herself, instead of hiring a designer. I mean, the total preparation for the bedroom (furniture included) was probably at least $5-10k, and it looks really bland and cheap. Smh.

Madi on

I love this family! I follow Ayesha on instagram and you can tell she and Steph are such great parents, their girls are always so happy and funloving! Also, I doubt the Currys paid Pottery Barn- they “partnered” with them meaning Pottery Barn likely designed the room for free for promotional purposes (like this article). It may look simple but as someone with a design background simple is usually best!

Tiffany on

I love that this room is not overwhelmed with stuff. Riley and Ryan will have the freedom to grow with the room and add their own flourishes. Parents and designers should take note of this when doing kids rooms.

Sherry Parker on

I myself love the space,and think that it is adorable.
I thank God for this family and wish that more younger
people would be more family oriented.

FashionandFood on

I love the Curry family. Gorgeous room, colors and all.