Sex and the City: Miranda Hobbes

Inside Miranda's Apartment

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Sex and the City: Miranda Hobbes

Inside Miranda's Apartment

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The addition of Baby Brady this season to Miranda's life means a few additions to her apartment as well. "It will take Miranda a while to adjust to the mommy-thing," says Conway. "She has to kind of ease into it. She's not quite sure what to do with Brady, but eventually she'll soften up." For this reason, he chose to simply create a mini-nursery in her bedroom. "It's practical-which is what Miranda would want. She has him at hand for those 2 a.m. feedings."

Conway's team chose a basinete and crib from Bellini. "It's high-end baby furniture-which Miranda can afford. Charlotte gives her the Bellini baby basket for her shower, so Miranda probably just figures, 'This is the store you go to.'"

"We outfitted it with this beautiful Amy Coe bedding-all animal prints in different ginghams and soft flannels. It's the complete set, from blanket to dust ruffle--very coordinated because Miranda would buy it all at once. She wouldn't be spending a lot of time romanticizing the nursery shopping spree: her philosophy is more, 'You do what you have to do so you won't be a bad mother.'" To compliment the bedding, he added rice paper dinosaur lamps, "very baby-cute, but very well-made."

As for the nursery accessories, Conway has not overlooked any detail. "There's the diaper genie-every mother must have one; a high-tech baby monitor; and all kinds of products, from Mustella and Kiehls to tried-and-true Baby Magic wash." Cerebral Miranda would also research the key to make Brady stop crying. "On her night table, we placed the book The Baby Whisperer. She'd probably read it then discover it didn't work and get even more frustrated."

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