Aren’t you all just baby nursery talked out? Should I turn it down a notch? I try to but really I can’t resist. Before you know it my posts will be coming out in baby talk form.
People have asked if we have a crib and why yes we do. Let’s discuss, shall we.
Working in this field, I know whats out there for everything ever. Alright, perhaps, I don’t know everything but lets just say I’ve got my feelers out there.
My dream world crib…
I’m a humongous hollywood regency fan and the nursery has got a hollywood regency/chinoiserie tilt. So this bad boy would fit right in. Where it isn’t quite justified is the $1,500 price tag. I do get a designer discount but it aint 50% off people.
A couple of months into the pregnancy I tried to bat my eyelashes at my mom and give her my best dow eyed, “I’m you’re only daughter and pregnant, want to cave and buy me this crib?” look. Well, she wasn’t born yesterday. She took one look at the price tag and laughed. That tactic failed.
Onto the more practical decision. The crib that is pretty much mandatory for all design bloggers ever. I think it’s a right of passage…
Yep, you guessed it…the Jenny Lind Crib
Guess how much that bad boy set G Money and I back…a whole whopping $161.99.
I love the crib and I can’t wait to set it up. I know everyone has it but that’s because it’s pretty and practical. Now, lets take a look at it in living action shall we…
Red and gray – pinch me so dang cute. Via Apartment Therapy
Stop it with those window treatments so cute – Modern Declaration
I’m 99.9% sure that we’re keeping it the white version that we bought it in. I kind of regret not going black. But there is a .01% chance it’ll be painted gold. Ooh – the suspense.
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