Home / Shop We spotted some of our favorite baby items in Katy Perry’s nursery Including the Instagram-famous oval crib. By Motherly Editors August 17, 2020 On Sunday night, a 9-month pregnant Katy Perry took her fans for a tour of her baby’s nursery , which was filled with “aaaah’s and oooh’s” from Perry as she went around highlighting each item. Perry is pregnant with fiancé Orlando Bloom, and due any day now. Katy Perry gives a tour of her new nursery 🥺 https://t.co/0xuCzwKRiK — Harley🎪 (@MyNameIsKatyCat) 1597608739.0 In this edition of her weekly show Smile Sunday , Perry gave fans a glimpse around the very pink room, which is totally ready to welcome their baby girl. The tour starts with some adorable baby outfits hanging from a wall, including one that is completely covered in repeating Bloom faces (I genuinely cannot wait to see baby Perry-Bloom wearing this particular onesie!). She then moves onto the crib, a rocking chair and the changing station, ready with diapers and all. Here are some of the items we spotted in Katy Perry’s nursery: Stokke white crib This oval crib is suitable for children newborn to 10 years old, growing with your child through every stage. The wheels allow it to be moved around the house to have baby near you, but are also all lockable for extra safety. Rails and wheels are removable to turn it into a toddler bed. $699 Buy Now Stokke fitted sheets These adorable rainbow alphabet sheets fit the Stokke crib and are super soft for your baby’s skin as they are 100% organic cotton. $45 Buy Now Keekaroo Peanut changer This changer is a mom-favorite! Katy Perry opted for the raspberry color, which is super fun and will guarantee adorable baby photos. $129.95 Buy Now Adidas baby onesie Perry said she was gifted this coverall in Australia, but we found it available on Amazon ready to ship to you. It comes in 12 different colors, so if pink is not your thing, no sweat. $36 Buy Now Looking for more nursery inspiration, mama? Here’s everything you might need on your journey to becoming mama . We independently select and share the products we love—and may receive a commission if you choose to buy. You’ve got this.