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Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent's Daughter's Rooms

If You Think Nate Berkus's Daughter's Bedroom Is Chic, Wait Until You See Her Bright Playroom

If there are two people in the world who we could rely on to create the most extravagant rooms for a toddler, it would have to be Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent. The design couple recently took Architectural Digest on a walk-through of their stunning Los Angeles home, and while we fell in love with the 200-year-old oak tree in the backyard, it's their 2-year-old daughter Poppy's rooms that have us swooning. (Seriously, never thought we'd be obsessing over a damn dollhouse, but it's a special one.)

The men opted for a neutral, beige color scheme throughout the house, but when the door of Poppy's playroom opened and pinks and purples illuminated through the camera (around the 4:40 mark), it's clear they made an exception for the queen of the house.

It takes about five seconds after running into Nate's arms for Poppy to tell the cameras she wants to show them her "big-girl bed," like any child would after getting that epic upgrade. But Poppy's stunning space is not your average toddler bedroom — it's probably the chicest one we've ever seen. Equipped with shaggy stools and soft pink elements, Poppy is living like a design princess. Enjoy the video of the house tour above, and then, check out Nate's tips for living more luxuriously on a budget.

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