How do we love this nursery? Let us count the ways! It’s neutral gray + white theme with pops of navy + lime is both modern and serene. Not to mention, our Baby Mod Oliver 3-in-1 convertible crib and our Babyletto Kyoto glider (in slate with ecru piping) look as if they were made to reside here! Can you believe that mom (and founder of Ink & Press PR!) Stephanie Tsai designed it entirely on her own? We’re in love!
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Million Dollar Baby is pleased to report that not one but two (!) nurseries featuring our cribs are finalists in Project Nursery’s June Room Contest. The first nursery, starring Baby Mod’s Modena crib, was designed by Maggie Russo of Chicago, Illinois. Maggie and her husband chose to create a clean + modern super hero-themed space for their new baby boy. We’re of the impression that she succeeded with flying colors (no pun intended : ). Next up, we have Graeme’s tree-themed nursery (talk about original!). Mom Jennifer paired Nurseryworks’ loom crib with her own birch childhood furniture to create a mod-meets-earthy space. Isn’t it peaceful?
So… which nursery would you vote for?
It always tickles us to see one of our cribs put to good use. Below, we have Baby Mod’s Olivia 3-in-1 crib in blogger Joanna Goddard’s son’s nursery. The space was designed by the wildly talented Jenny Komenda of Little Green Notebook. Isn’t it sweet? Our team is particularly fond of the sail boat mobile above the crib, which Joanna notes was purchased at The Arc in San Francisco. We’re looking forward to seeing how Joanna’s darling son, Toby, grows with our Olivia crib… One can only hope that she posts photos!