Well, it’s giggle’s exclusive Oeuf Arbor Classic Crib.
If you love Oeuf’s Classic Crib but not the metal legs, this is what you’ve been waiting for. Coming later this summer, you can now pre-order your Arbor Classic Crib from giggle for $970. It comes in Birch and Walnut.
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With a little help from our sponsor Babyli.st, over the next few months we’re going to be helping you out with your baby registry. I think a baby bouncer / lounger / rocker (whatever you want to call it) is a great place to start. When you bring baby home, you’ll probably discover that you need a place to put him or her down safely. One of my jobs is keeping track of the best baby seats on the market, and these are my top 10 choices for 2013.
1- Nuna Leaf- $220
The Leaf is really cool because in addition to its beautiful design, it has a gentle swaying motion that requires just a little push to get it moving for several minutes. This is the one that would make it onto my baby registry this year.
3- Bloom Coco Stylewood and Plexistyle Loungers- $195
The Coco loungers are hands down the most beautiful baby loungers. These are the #1 choice for style. You can chose wood or plexiglass frames and the seat covers come in a variety of colors.
4- 4Moms Mamaroo- $240
The Mamaroo is the ultimate baby gear gadget. The seat features special rocking motions to appease the most finicky baby.
5- Maclaren Universal Rocker- $105
The Universal Rocker from Maclaren is lightweight and easy to transport. This is a great one to take along for travelling.
6- Baby Home Onfour Bouncer- $150
The Onfour comes in 8 great colors. It is lightweight and easy to travel with. Its unique feature is the front wheels which make it easy to move while baby is strapped inside.
7- Tiny Love 3-in-1 Rocker Napper- $100
The 3-in-1 Rocker Napper easily converts from a rocker to a little bassinet in case baby falls asleep while in their seat. This is a great multi-tasker.
8- Apollo Bouncer from mamas & papas- $100
The Apollo Bouncer is among the least expensive but features a fun and modern design. Music book insert plays lullabies and can be removed and used separately.
9- Chicco I-Feel Rocker- $100
The I-Feel Rocker has a stylish design with curved wood pieces. The seat is a simple rocker with mobile but folds flat for storage.
10- Peg-Perego Sdraietta Melodia Bouncer- $220
The Sdraietta Melodia is hard to pronounce but easy to use. It can rock or be placed in stationary mode. It features a removable sun canopy and colorful toy bar.
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Little Auggie has been a welcome addition on the baby bedding scene. Their patterns are cute without being cutesy and simple without being boring. They are just the right combination of sweet and sophisticated to suit your modern nursery.
The days of matching crib sets are pretty much over, so their mix and match a la carte selections mean you can buy just what you like and nothing you don’t need.
One of Little Auggie’s most popular patterns is Robot March and they are giving BuyModernBaby readers an opportunity to win the pieces pictured below.
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Yesterday’s pictured items from The Animal Print Shop Baby Elephant Nursery totaled $2801. Today we’re going to do slightly better, saving almost half with a total of $1474. See what we did to get you the look for less.
1- Baby Elephant from The Animal Print Shop- 16″ x 20″- $350 (the bigger the better)
2- Control Brands Hang-It-All (since you’re painting it anyway)- $99
3- Tasseled Garland from Prost to the Host- $35
4- Dagny Curtains from Ikea- $60 a pair (same because they’re reasonable
Themis Prisim Mobile- $40
5- Little Remix Blanket from Ferm Living- $82
6- Auggie Pebble Grey Crib Sheet- $45 (same because it’s reasonable)
7- Oliv Crib from Spot on Square- $575
8- Bear Cub Close-Upfrom The Animal Print Shop- 8.5 x 11″- $25
9- Manny & Simon Elephant Step Stool- $90
10- Future Globes 003 Pillow and Cover- $27
Whale Music Mobile from Ferm Living- $46 (same because it’s reasonable)
Which room would you go for– the original, the less expensive one or a combination of the two? Where would you splurge and where might you save?
Yesterday we toured an incredible modern nursery designed and put together by the folks from The Animal Print Shop and inspired by their new Baby Elephant print. Today I’ve got a list of sources so you can recreate this look in your own nursery!
1- Baby Elephant from The Animal Print Shop- 24″ x 30″- $950
2- Eames Hang-It-All (was spray painted yellow)- $200
3- Dip dyed tassel garland by Ouchflower- $180
4- Dagny Curtains from Ikea- $60 a pair
5- Fest Blanket by Mae Engelgeer- $165
6- Auggie Pebble Grey Crib Sheet- $45
7- Oeuf Rhea crib (Oeuf Robin in the actual room)- $670
8- Bear Cub Close-Up from The Animal Print Shop- 8.5 x 11″- $25
9- Eames Elephant – White- $330
10- Watermelon vs Mandarin Circle Cushion from Jennifer + Smith- $130
Whale Music Mobile from Ferm Living- $46
Total pictured: $2801
One of my favorite parts of the entire space is the beautiful “Roxy” chair from onefortythree- $425
Hopefully they’ll make this rocker for a while because I’d really love to add it to my list of modern rocking chairs. For $425 it’s the least expensive on the list. I’d get yours now because when they wise up, they’re bound to double the price! The brass swing arm lamp in the room is also from onefortythree and the least expensive brass swing arm lamp I could find online at $145.
Not pictured: Ikea Ribba picture ledges as book display shelves- $10 each and some of the stylish books on display include:
Feel free to judge the books by their covers, because the covers are works of art!
So what’s your favorite part of this special nursery?
Dash’s Los Angeles nursery is clean, simple and beautiful– everything the perfect modern nursery should be. Dash’s parents Max and Margaux Wanger turned creative control of their little one’s room over to their friends at The Animal Print Shop, and with results like this, I wouldn’t hesitate hesitate to turn my entire home over to them!
The room features a limited edition print of The Animal Print Shop’s latest baby, “Baby Elephant” as a striking (and adorable) focal point.
We’re going to have to talk more about that amazing “Roxy” chair from OneFortyThree another day…
…and just stop drooling over the “fauxdenza” storage unit / changing table because if you want one you’re going to have to make it yourself!
I think this nursery illustrates that you can really create an incredible high end look in a small space by investing in just a few statement pieces. In this case the artwork, rocker, lamp and Eames accessories prove that less is more.
The Enzo Toy Box is perfect for kids or adult spaces and features a slow-closing lid. It’s made from solid oak and stained Onyx. $400
The Wes Toy Box is part painted plywood and part Onyx stained maple hardwood. It features a slow-closing lid as well and locking gray casters. $525
Last but not least is the Gigi Toy Box made from sycamore quarter-saw hardwood. The styling on this one is rather traditional but the straight lines are very modern. $400
These three designs are available now, but keep an eye out because there’s more coming soon!
Now that we’re lucky enough to be able to order Ubabub cribs in the US (almost!), it’s time to show you what else they’ve got up their sleeves– or actually up on their walls.
First, the new Booksee Shelf is the ultimate wall bookshelf.
Made with clear acrylic, there’s nothing blocking your beautiful book covers up on the wall and they themselves become art.
Ubabub also has a series of art prints including Sundae, which you can see here in their Large Size. The print was designed for Ubabub founder’s daughter Uma’s nursery. Even in the smaller Medium Size, this gorgeous piece would make a huge impact!
By the way, you can see more pictures of this incredible Australian nursery on Babyology.
You can find all the Ubabub wall decor in their online shop and it can all be shipped to the US- hooray!
Just adding a quick update on the cribs…
These should be coming this summer or later in the year and can now be pre-ordered…
The Pod Crib is about $2000,
The Nifty Clear is about $1500,
and the Nifty Timber is about $1100.
So, who’s going to be snagging one of the first US Ubabub cribs?