Living the Luxurious Life…Baby Life That Is!

Celebrity Babies Brighten Up Nurseries, but Exquisite Lighting Adds that Extra Sparkle

From Kim Kardashian and Kate Middleton to Jennifer Lopez and Mel B., celebrity babies continue to make headlines and of course the parents continue to create unbelievable nurseries for their little bundles of joy.

Parents may view chandeliers for a nursery as feminine, but with the lighting designs available today, a classic chandelier is a fabulous way to create drama and serve as an eye-catching focal point in a nursery. From flushmounts to ceiling pendants and ornate fans adorned with decorative light kits, lighting in a nursery sets the tone and generates a luxuriant and soothing atmosphere for you and your child.

Create a nursery fit for your prince or princess:

  • Decide on the theme and mood you want to create for your child’s nursery. Compose a luxurious, modern or elegant nursery with the perfect fixture as a focal point.


Jennifer Lopez custom designed a dreamy and luxurious nursery for her twins.

  • Establish your color palette and bring swatches of paint and fabric with you while shopping in a showroom such as Capitol Lighting or search the web for inspiration and shop with ease at


Mario Lopez and his wife charmingly furnished this light blue nursery with silver accents.  They chose a chandelier of crystal and chrome to balance the entire room with a harmonious design.


  • Be creative and choose a unique fixture.  Try something that brings in an element of surprise that you may not have pictured fitting into your child’s nursery.

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Tia Mowry chose a semi-flushmount light fixture as the centerpiece for her child’s nursery.  The lighting design blends beautifully with her furniture and accent color.

  • Look out for your baby’s future and go a bit greener in their nursery: Switch to LED lamps and lighting- LED lamps use 80% less energy than standard incandescent and last up to 50 times longer.  Providing up to 100,000 hours or 25 years of illumination.


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