Just days after she finally revealed newborn Stormi Webster's face on Snapchat, new mom Kylie Jenner took to the social media platform to share a glimpse of her daughter's nursery. Unsurprisingly, the four-week-old's abode looks super chic, with accents pf pale pink colors and — of course — tiny butterflies. Check out the video above to see the sweet pic of Stormi's room!

While the 20-year-old only posted a small portion of one wall of the nursery — OK, not the most in-depth room tour — it still gives us a pretty good idea of the color scheme she went with. A large, light pink heart decoration adorns the wall, with the most delicate-looking gold butterflies painted onto it. A plush white rug rests on the floor — perfect for when Stormi starts crawling! — and a toy mouse adds some fun to the room. "I love her room," Kylie wrote on the photo in a pretty script font.

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"Kylie is having a lot of fun picking out items for her baby. She's definitely leaning towards pink hues and having fun with the fact that she’s having a girl," a source told People back in December 2017. Clearly, she really has embraced the pretty pink color.

Fans aren't surprised at all to see the butterfly decorations, either. Prior to Stormi's name reveal, many believed Kylie would name her firstborn "Mariposa" (which means butterfly in Spanish) due to her affinity for the creatures. According to one viral fan theory, however, the makeup mogul may have still found a less-obvious way to name her little girl after butterflies.

"'Stormi' is short for Storm. A storm can be caused by a minute localized change in a complex system. That’s known as the butterfly effect. Butterfly in Spanish is Mariposa…" @JoSASkank wrote on Twitter, referring to the chaos theory. Another user agreed, adding, "Theory… Kylie named her baby Stormi because of the butterfly effect… the beat of a butterfly’s wings can set off a storm miles away." One thing's for sure, there are probably way more butterfly decorations in Stormi's nursery!