Here's What We Think the Facebook Baby's Nursery Should Look Like

Here's What We Think the Facebook Baby's Nursery Should Look Like

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Taryn Williford
Aug 3, 2015
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Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, announced on Friday (on Facebook, naturally) that he and his wife, Dr. Priscilla Chan, are expecting a baby girl. We first want to offer a hearty congrats to the happy couple, then maybe just a few suggestions on what the baby billionaire's nursery might look like.

First off, for the walls? Only Facebook blue will do. Mark–who is colorblind–chose Facebook's distinctive blue color because it's the color he sees the best. Turns out it makes a beautiful backdrop for a baby's room, too. The shot above belongs to Beau's Blue Bedroom.

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The little one will need a crib, of course. How about this $4,500 lucite Vetro Crib, which made the cut on our billionaire baby must-haves list? (It's the same one Beyonce and Jay-Z bought for Blue Ivy.)

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Elsewhere in the room, we think Mark and Priscilla should make room for a changing station just like this one, from Liyam's Nursery Nook in the Dining Room. A combination dresser and changing table saves space. The custom shelf would fit right in to their Palo Alto home, too, since it features the nearby San Francisco Skyline.

And what's in the drawers? Only a thousand tiny hoodies. In case baby girl takes on her dad's low-maintenance fashion sense. (For the record, Priscilla likes Mark's hoodies.)

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Then we'll need to accessorize. Since Mark's a vegetarian, maybe they'll be interested in some vegetable-themed decor, like this lettuce print from Anek on Etsy ($30).

Definitely leave some room on the walls, though, for this Star Wars growth chart–the ultimate accessory for a geek dad. Good thing it's a free PDF, so the world's 16th-richest person has some extra cash for diapers.

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