A beautiful, delicate cradle is a special luxury for your little one and for you. This stunner, crafted from swirly wrought iron in your choice of finish color, comes with not only a complete set of snow-white bedding, but with the dreamy tulle netting, too.
Creating your dream nursery can be an easy task when you focus your goals and wants for this special room. Many moms-to-be already have their dream nursery in mind, but are unsure of how to get started. Here is some helpful advice on how to overcome this obstacle. One of the best ways to decorate a child's room is around a baby nursery theme or color scheme.
Following are a few suggestions to get you started:
The best way to get an idea for your nursery theme is by selecting the baby bedding that best reflects your unique style. Choose a main print that will set the tone for the whole room. There are many options available today that go beyond the traditional babyish themes. Maybe pretty pink polka-dots or purple flowers for a little girls room, and blue gingham to dress up a little boys room. Be sure to
New Yorkers are known for their love of design. Recently the well respected writers of New York Spaces explored design for the littlest of clients, and among the hottest looks, was Bratt Decor's chelsea collection in silver. The hand carved details and timeless design make this a must have for babes and moms alike.
Our stunning Heritage Four Poster baby crib in red was featured with our accompanying changer in this tale of three nurseries. We were chosen as the best buy in the moderate price range. Gee, thanks!
Kids' Rooms, Better Homes & Gardens Septuplets Suzi Q
COVER GIRL POWER! The McCaughey Septuplets chose the Suzi Q twin bed in lavender, with all the trimmings, book case, night stands, stacking bins, and mirror when decorating their room. Oooh, la, la, lavender!
Baby Shop Magazine
Bratt Decor's Chelsea Sleigh Crib in antique silver is featured in this fabulous Cribs and Nursery Furniture feature!
This luxurious crib is part of the new Chelsea Lifetime collection, inspired by the hand-carved furnishings produced in 18th Century England. From Bratt Decor.
Pregnancy & Newborn Fun-n-Funky This bold nursery is a festive fun zone for your little boy or girl
Add color to your nursery with fun paintings and accessories and don't forget the furniture too! Bratt Decor's Heritage 5 Drawer Dresser in Cherry Red is featured here as a colorful, funky option! This dresser is a great place to hide extra blankets, burp cloths, diapers and clothes!
Chelsea Lifetime Crib begins as a crib, and converts into a full sized bed, complete with ornate headboard and stylish footboard. Shown in stunning Antique Silver, this design is absolutely glamourous. Available in antique silver, espresso, and buttermilk.
New York Spaces Hot Stuff
The exclusive home design magazine of metropolitan New York, "New York Spaces," has singled out our gorgeous jane changer as a hot item in nursery furnishings. Gee, thanks!
LA Daily News.com Where to buy hip cribs for your baby
April 6, 2007
Bratt Decor's hip designs topped this trendy list.
Bratt Decor, a national company creating gorgeous children's furnishings, teams up with Extreme Makeover Home Edition to create a dream nursery for one lucky family.
Bratt Decor's designer, Stephen Bauer was on site last week in Ohio. A young widower, with three small girls, received an extreme makeover and Bratt Decor was the chosen company to create a dream nursery for 6 month old Presley.
Bratt Decor, who has been designing gorgeous children's furnishings for over 10 years and selling to hundreds of retailers around the globe. Their designs are world famous.
The design team chose Bratt Decor's gorgeous wrought iron crib, Casablanca Premiere as the centerpiece for the room. Other pieces included our changing chest with gold cherub drawer pulls, armoire, night stand, book case, and wall shelf.
"The room was heartbreakingly beautiful and the entire experience was incredible," says designer Stephen Bauer. "Working with Daniel, the show's newest designer was
Swag and celebrities are always a happy mix, and yesterday the love was in full bloom at Jayneoni Moore's Boom Boom Room. For the first time ever under the 'Boom Boom Room' name, the event -- a staple on the celebrity baby circuit for the last four years -- ventured outside the confines of Beverly Hills, to a sunlight-flooded (and jam-packed!) studio loft in Manhattan. From cutting-edge innovation to classics-in-the-making, there was a little something for everyone at this showcase for all the latest in baby and kid gear and fashion.
New In Town. Bratt Decor, the on-line, high-end infant and toddler furniture and accessory store favored by stars (Heidi Klum, Tori Spelling and Courtney Cox are customers), recently opened its first retil store in our area (another is in Baltimore). At the nearby location, near Tysons, the style is high. Find the basics: animal-shaped soaps, books, bedding, birth announcements and night lights (from $4.50 to $230), and the not-so-basics: Venetian iron cribs ($875), leather kiddie club chairs in pink and red ($180), tricked-out trikes ($249) and a vintage, pram-inspired doll carriage ($700). Our favorite fantasy find: the stunning Silver Cross pram with an equally stunning price tag ($4,000).
Sometimes a feeling or notion sets the tone for the design of a child's room. Maybe its the architecture of the home or the room itself that stirs emotion. Or perhaps it the magical furnishings that companies like Bratt Decor lovingly create. Check out our Chelsea Sleigh crib and pieces from our Dick & Jane Collections and see how they help to make these magical memories.
Thank you! In 2005, Bratt Decor's baby cribs and kid's beds were voted as Reader's Favorites in Baby & Children's Product News magazine. This year, we did it again, with our case goods. We work so hard on all of our designs, and we are so grateful that you love them. We will continue to create all of your favorite's.
High-end infant furniture seems to typically fall into two vastly different categories. One category is composed of pieces constructed to fit in with the modern, high-design homes of many of today's young parents. These pieces often feature clean lines, a low profile and minimal fuss. But some parents desire nursery looks that remind them of days gone by, and the high-end designs profiled here fit the bill--cribs with tall posts, hand-painted designs, vintage patterns, intricate detailing. All these elements combine to offer classic, timeless looks that can be passed down ...
The mix of merchandise at Bratt Decor, a high-end online and retail store for toddler and infant furnishings, includes a Venetian iron crib ($875) and a Silver Cross pram ($4,000), along with basics like animal-shaped soaps, books and bedding that beats boring Pottery Barn Kids. Spoiled children are not a requirement, just parents with deep pockets and a big heart.
The Baltimore Sun Sophisticated Baby
January 23, 2005
The Baltimore Sun highlights the new trend in decorating your nusery, which is sophisticated and hip, just like the mom's doing it. Bratt Decor reveals the latest trend in nursery today: cherry red! It's hot.
Sometimes it's the most marvelously simple things that stay with us over time. Perhaps that's why Bratt Decor harkened back to a classic first reader when it named two of its bedroom furniture and accessories groups. "In the Dick and Jane collections, there aren't a lot of frills," states Mary Bauer, President, who formed the company with husband Stephen almost a decade ago. "The lines are classic and clean. You can take a room anywhere with these pieces--from shabby chic floral or vintage cowboy." Such design flexibility is also true of its third wood ...