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Nick and Lauren Carter wanted unisex look for son's nursery

Nick and Lauren Carter wanted unisex look for son's nursery

Nick and Lauren Carter wanted a "unisex look" for their son Odin Reign's nursery.

The proud parents welcomed Odin in April and turned to Tori Swaim, the owner of New Arrivals Inc (, to help them find the ideal baby bedding and accessories to complement Stephanie Avila's work designing the room and create the perfect space for their little one.

Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, Tori explained: "All clients are different as far as how much input they give when designing a nursery. Lauren Carter asked me to show her our neutral fabrics for the baby bedding, as she wanted a unisex look for Odin's room. She has amazing style, so her input into the design of the bedding was welcomed.

"After browsing through our neutral fabrics, she and I settled on our Newport Linen fabric (which gave the bedding some texture), Navy Herringbone, Black Spotted and Ecru arrow fabrics. We used the linen as the base for the crib set and added in the other fabrics via sheets, blankets and changing pad covers. We lined the blankets with our super soft faux fur fabric, which is perfect for snuggling. All of the patterns and colours she chose melded perfectly together with the rest of the room for a classic look."

And Lauren and Backstreet Boys star Nick were delighted with the results.

Tori said: "They loved all of it!"

Tori is extremely proud of her work with the Carters on their nursery for Odin and revealed her favourite items.

She said: "I love the textured linen crib skirt and the navy herringbone fabric. The navy gives a great pop of colour to the neutral toned nursery."

Nick, 36, and fitness expert Lauren, 33 - who tied the knot in 2014 - welcomed Odin into the world via a water birth at their home in April and the smitten parents can't resist showing him off, sharing a number of images of their baby on social media.

For more information on Tori and the products in Odin's nursery, go to Meanwhile, Stephanie's work can be seen at