For years, Man Repeller founder Leandra Medine has served us unexpected fashion inspiration and hefty doses of personality on her website. So it's no surprise that when she started planning a nursery for her twin girls, she would opt for a stylish design that was anything but cliché.

While Medine knew she wanted a Parisian theme for her babies, she enlisted the help of Decorist, an online interior design company that offers design services for a flat fee, to bring her ideas to life. Decorist's Creative Director Jessica McCarthy worked with Medine to create the perfect baby boudoir that was small on space but big on style.

Here's a sneak peek:

A cozy spot to land

Two babies means lot of hours spent cuddling and feeding. This spacious daybed piled with comfy pillows makes for the perfect landing space (and a great spot for Medine and her night nurse to rest).

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