Nursery Bedding HELP!!
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Nursery Bedding HELP!!Posted by Christian Kessler at March 11. 2005
I have been searching for modern bedding for a nursery, but have not been able to find anything that would be appropriate for a boy or a girl. I love the bedding dwellbaby has to offer, but it does not seem genderless..... Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!!
Re: Nursery Bedding HELP!!Posted by Splatgirl at March 11. 2005
Why not have something custom made? The diversity of fabric alone far exceeds anything you would ever find as a premade crib bedding, sets or whatever.
There are tons of neato modern fabrics out there that would be great fun for a kids room.
Interiors for kids happens to be one of the things I specialize in along with custom sewing and upholstery. If you're interested I'm at firstname.lastname@example.org
Re: Nursery Bedding HELP!!Posted by Angela McInerney at April 15. 2005
Dwell baby is great, but not inexpensive.
Try these places:
hope you find something!
Re: Nursery Bedding HELP!!Posted by sandy handler at April 17. 2005
I had the EXACT same problem as you. I liked the Dwell Baby collection, but a few of my friends started to get it and it lost its originality for me
I went with the Gustav and Maxwell collection. Just do a search and you'll find they have great modern crib bedding. Actually I believe the company was started by 2 women who (just like us) were discouraged with the lack of modern crib bedding, so they made their own! Great stuff! I had to buy it online because I couldn't find a store locally that stocked it.
Here's a link: http://froogle.google.com/froogle?q=gustav+and+maxwell+crib+beddinghl=enlr=client=firefox-arls=org.mozilla:en-USfficialsa=Ntab=ffoi=froogler
Re: Nursery Bedding HELP!!Posted by Eva Mittal at December 12. 2012
Re: Nursery Bedding HELP!!Posted by Jimmy Johns at October 07. 2013
Wow, <a href="http://www.babybeddingdesign.com">Baby Bedding Sets</a>
I have read that it's not safe to put a baby bumper or quilt in the baby's crib, so my question is, what's needed for the baby's crib bedding? It almost seems like a waste to spend $200 on a bedding set that mostly includes things I can't or won't use. At this point, I am thinking that I will forget about a coordinating bedding set and just buy fitted sheets, waterproof mattress pads, sheet savers, sleep sacks and receiving blankets. And maybe a dust ruffle.