Former "Pretty Little Liars" star Shay Mitchell first decorated her 1920s Los Angeles home in 2016, but since then, has shifted the design to fit with her current aesthetic -- and new life as a mom.
Last October, the 32-year-old "Dollface" actress and her partner, Matte Babel, welcomed a daughter, Atlas, and they showed off the baby's feminine nursery in a new spread for Architectural Digest digital.
Atlas' room, painted a color called Sulking Room Pink, features a brass crib, a cream-colored recliner next to a modern-looking side table, and a gallery wall with black and white photographs from her parents' travels.
"It’s always wonderful to have lovely people but also to have places that you’ve been to," Mitchell explained. "Especially, with her name being Atlas, it goes hand in hand with all these places that she’s been already without her knowing.”
The nursery is lit by asymmetrical hanging lights -- asymmetry is a hallmark of the home -- and decorative items ranging from plush toys to a brass dish she found at a local flea market. And while she sought to make the baby's room feel cohesive with the rest of the house, she's also glad that it stands out in its own way.
"For me, I couldn’t have a house that’s one color,” Mitchell said. “I like the rooms to be different and emote different things when I walk into them."
A full tour is available on Architectural Digests' website now.