'Love It or List It, Too' Host Jillian Harris is Pregnant!

Congratulations, Jillian and Justin! We're already designing the nursery.

How adorable is Jillian Harris? We're obsessed with everything from her everyday fashion to her delicious-looking breakfasts to her stunning modern designs on Love it or List It, Too. So it's no surprise that today's pregnancy announcement was just as #flawless. She and longtime boyfriend Justin Passuto posted an amazingly cute selfie, with her 16-week baby bump taking center stage: 

Justin posted a companion photo on his Instagram account, starring Jillian's baby bump and the couple's dog, Nacho. 

In a note on her website, Jillian gushed at the outpouring of support. "We want to say that we are SO thankful that we have been blessed with this miracle," she wrote. "We can’t WAIT to meet our little babe and keep you posted along the way!"

We can't wait to see Jillian's pregnancy fashion, but we're also dreaming of this soon-to-be-baby's nursery design. Jillian and Justin are choosing to keep the little one's gender a surprise, which will work perfectly with Jillian's modern design style. 

Neutral New York Nursery Is Classic, Tasteful

Neutral New York Nursery Is Classic, Tasteful

A traditional white crib and white upholstered rocker are layered against walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Dove Wing, creating a neutral nursery with understated glamour. Wall-to-wall carpeting is topped by a sheepskin rug that adds softness and texture. Pretty pink baskets provide storage for stuffed toys.

Photo by: Elk Studios LLC

Elk Studios LLC

Calling it here first: There's a bright white, ultra-stylish nursery project in the couple's future.




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Nursery Feeding and Reading Nook

To create this soothing area of the room, designers used items that the homeowners currently owned or were given to add a frugal touch to this area of the nursery. Two vintage trunks, used as storage for the abundance of baby items, are stacked to create a side table as well as help create the travel theme. The comfortable glider, a gift for the parents to be, adds a soft place for middle of the night wake ups and afternoon readings, while chalk trays keep books at arm's length, creating a chic space for feeding and reading.

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