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Khloé Kardashian Gives First Look Into True Thompson's Nursery

Melissa Minton
Monochromatic pinks abound

A little more than one month after Khloé Kardashian gave birth to True Thompson, the 33-year-old mom is giving the public a look inside her daughter's nursery. Though True is the reality star's first child, she has plenty of sisters to go to for advice—Kourtney Kardashian, mother of three, Kim Kardashian West, who welcomed her third child just months before True was born, and Kylie Jenner, who was pregnant at the same time as Khloé and gave birth to her first child just two months prior. And it seems the youngest of the Kardashian sisters has taken cues from West; True's nursery has the same $4,500 lucite crib that Chicago has.

"I'm obsessed with True's Nursery Works lucite Vetro crib! It's feminine but still cool, which is the vibe of the nursery," Kardashian wrote in a blog post on her app. "Kim uses the same one, and I trust the products she loves. She was my angel during pregnancy and has been so helpful and encouraging. We're similar moms and have been two peas in a pod lately!" The nursery is indeed very feminine, decorated in a monochromatic light pink shade. There's a pink butterfly mobile hanging above the crib, which is outfitted in a flamingo-print bedding, small pink pillows with scalloped edges, and an adorable pink bunny stuffed animal. Floor-to-ceiling pink curtains cover a large mullioned window next to what appears to be a cozy daybed and two lamb decorations. There's also a changing table with glam brass and lucite handles.

As opposed to her younger sister, Kim Kardashian West prefers a cream color palette for Chicago West's nursery. "I'm pretty much using the same crib and everything that I had for our other kids," West told Architectural Digest in January. "We have a Vetro Lucite crib and we have a [Jean] Royère bed in there and a really fluffy cream rug. We had a changing table made." She continued, "I have a glider with an ottoman for feeding; With the first baby, I had a rocking chair, and I just love a glider so much more—you can move easier." There's no doubt that Khloé got lots of inspiration from her sisters, though, judging by the rest of her over-the-top Calabasas home, designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, much help wasn't needed.

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