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Dream a Little Dream
We love the Dream baby cot by Babyhome. The aluminum mini cradle weighs just six kilograms and has three interchangeable structural positions, allowing for swing, four wheels or stationary position. It’s ultra easy to disassemble and the fabric is easily removed for washing. The Dream baby cot also looks great and comes in eight fab colors. Finally, a portable sleeper you’ll actually want to have in your room.
dream, cot, babyhome, kushies, sleeper, baby, pack n' play
My Favorite Blanket
In a sea of pink and blue, it can be tough to find original baby blankets. That’s why celebrities such as Julia Roberts and Kate Hudson choose Admiral Road, monogrammed blankets. Your child’s name is intricately woven into the design (which usually includes a cartoon animal such as the owl seen here). Blankets are 29 x 43 and made of non-pill polar fleece. Cuddly, cute and practical–what else would you expect from a company founded by Canadian moms?
baby, blanket, admiral road, julia roberts, kate hudson, monogrammed
Sleeping with the Stars
Maybe the next reality TV show should be Design Babies. Lauryn Anabelle Martinez, daughter of Dancing with the Stars season 13 champion JR Martinez, has a nursery that would make any baby envious (If lust were possible in the under 12 months sect.) The custom nursery is designed by Little Crown Interiors and includes the Oilo Freesia crib bedding, Oilo diaper change pad and topper and Oilo glider.
“We love the Oilo glider,” says baby daddy Martinez. “It has such a unique, cool design and is very comfortable.” The Oilo company was founded by Annalisa Thomas, a former art director, while she was looking for the perfect bedding for her first child. The goal was to make high-quality, modern designs at an affordable price so that every baby’s room can look as posh as a star.
nursery, baby, little crown interiors, lauryn anabelle martinez, oilo
Joe Fresh Decor
It’s about time. Pottery Barn Kids finally has some competition–and it’s affordable! If you’re like us, you adore Loblaw’s cheap and ultra-chic Joe Fresh clothing. This spring, Loblaw’s is launching a selection of children’s décor, furniture and accessories named Jump Kids World.
“We believe it will surprise and delight parents who are looking for a fun and functional solution,” says Joseph Mimran of Joseph Mimran & Associates, Creative Director, Joe Fresh, Home and Entertainment for Loblaw Companies Limited.
One of our favorites are the wooden wall hooks (seen here)–a steal at just $7 each. In addition to plenty of cute décor options, there are also helpful storage solutions, bedding, bath, dish sets and furniture.
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