Welcome Home, Baby: First Look at Jasmine Roth’s Nursery

Hidden Potential and Rock the Block host Jasmine Roth and her husband, Brett, are expecting their first child! We have an exclusive look at the baby’s new digs – which, of course, are adorable – and chatted with the mama-to-be about getting the nursery ready for lil’ Roth, from creating a “welcoming” atmosphere to picking out the perfect rocker.

Photo By: Michael Radford

Photo By: Michael Radford

Photo By: Michael Radford

Photo By: Michael Radford

Photo By: Michael Radford

Photo By: Michael Radford

Photo By: Michael Radford

Photo By: Michael Radford

Photo By: Michael Radford

Photo By: Michael Radford

Photo By: Michael Radford

Photo By: Michael Radford

Photo By: Michael Radford

Photo By: Michael Radford

Photo By: Rick Mattson

Photo By: Rick Mattson

Photo By: Rick Mattson

Photo By: Rick Mattson

Photo By: Rick Mattson

Photo By: Rick Mattson

Photo By: Rick Mattson

Photo By: Rick Mattson

Photo By: Rick Mattson

Photo By: Rick Mattson

Warm and Welcoming

Jasmine announced she was expecting a baby girl back in November, and now we have an exclusive first look at her one-of-a-kind nursery. Since this room will be getting plenty of use in just a few short weeks – Jasmine is due on April 27 – she wanted the space to feel “comfy” and “welcoming” for her, Brett and their new addition.

Over the Rainbow

“All of my designs use color, but I feel like this space got a little extra dose. The colors are bold, but still in a muted palette, so it's not too overwhelming,” Jasmine says.

The Rocker

“We tried so many rockers before we landed on this one. I liked that it felt like it could go into another part of the house once we're past the nursing years. I hung a pendant light above – this is actually an outdoor pendant light – and used a woven stool in front to add texture.”

Safety First

“For the crib wall, I wanted to make a statement! I added MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) strips to the drywall, then painted the entire wall seafoam green. It gave us the look of custom carpentry for a fraction of the price. Then, I added a simple wooden crib and hung a leather playmat as art. I didn't want to hang anything heavy above the crib, and we'll take the pillows out before we put little girl Roth inside. Safety first!”

Midcentury Vibes

A side view of the crib showcases its midcentury modern aesthetic, with a low profile and slim legs. The outdoor-turned-indoor pendant adds a trendy touch in rattan.

Basket Case

“Instead of a coffee table, I decided to use a grouping of side tables and baskets. They are much lighter to move out of the way for play time and function as storage as well. And yes, the first toy I bought was an orange tractor. I do work in construction after all!” (Prediction: This baby will be hosting Rock the Block season 20.)

Upcycled for Baby

“For the changing table, I used an old dresser and added fresh new hardware. I love mixing and matching hardware to give a really unique and interesting look. Then, I added a changing basket and a diaper caddy. Having drawers for storage and clothes is also going to be so helpful.”

Diaper Disco

Every parent knows that changing diapers isn’t glamourous, but this diaper caddy has a glam look to help elevate the experience.

Cool Crates

On the other wall, Jasmine, Brett and their team built a custom crate wall packed with trinkets, toys and plenty of greenery.

Old Meets New

“The crate wall turned out better than I imagined. In addition to securing all the vintage crates to the wall, we added a sleek, full-length mirror to the wall. These shelves can hold all the baby books, toys and even clothes that might have otherwise been jammed in the closet and forgotten about. Functional design for the win!” Fact: Jasmine is the Queen of Storage Solutions. Let’s get a closer look at a few special items that have been placed on this custom creation.

Part of the Family

Jasmine shared this adorable snap on her Instagram following the announcement of her pregnancy in late October. We’re sure baby Roth’s fur siblings can’t wait to meet her!

Little Lookalikes

Look familiar? “One of the cutest gifts we received. One of the girls I work with made these little woven dolls of Brett and me. How cute are they?! I smile every time I see them.”

Girl Power

“Shopping for a little girl has been so fun. I have nieces, so that's a good starting point to figure out what types of toys [my daughter] might like. I also have just been buying a few things that I can't say no to like these adorable dolls.”

Keep on Truckin’

Spotted: Another truck for baby Roth. (Wondering how Jasmine, Brett and their squad put this wall together? Just keep clicking.)

Before Pics

You’ve seen the “after,” now it’s time to see the “before.” Jasmine says: “To start the nursery, I painted the walls. I did one wall with a seafoam green and the rest of the walls a pale pink. Then, it was time to figure out how to add storage, and this was the perfect wall to make something really special.”

It Takes a Village

“I called in some help for this project: my carpenter Brian and Brett. I think they were skeptical of my idea for this wall, but they are good sports – and know better than to mess with a pregnant lady – so they played along.”

Mirror, Mirror

Mounting a mirror of this size is definitely a three-person gig.

Always Working

“I purchased vintage crates from friends and then power washed, sanded and clear-coated them. My idea was to install them on the wall to make a whole wall of shelving.”

Teamwork

Brett and Brian shared the very important task of hanging the crates, while Jasmine inspected each to make sure they were level.

Almost There

Looking good, guys! We’re halfway through the process …

Nap Time

… and Brett is ready for a nap. Moving day is hard work! “Brett has been the best helper and I get why he's tired. Since I'm not able to lift anything, he's really stepped it up.”

Beware: Wet Paint

Jasmine and Brett place the crib along the freshly painted wall. (Note the red markers on the floor: These two are experts.)

Orange Appeal

“We have the best support team! My mom and Brett's brother came to help move in and test out some of the furniture. My mom was skeptical of the orange couch when she saw it outside, but once she saw it in the room, she started to warm up to it. It's definitely a bold choice for a nursery, but we love that baby girl Roth will be able to have lots of visitors.”

Ready and Waiting

Time to sit back and relax – at least until the baby arrives. “Every time we're in this room together, it makes it very real. That and my growing belly!” Jasmine says. We can’t wait to meet you baby Roth!

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