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.
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!
Style Watch: How To Create Easy Elegance In The Nursery
Elegance is defined as: the quality of being graceful and stylish in appearance or manner; style. Mary Bauer, President and style maker of Bratt Decor, unpacks the mystery of creating your very own perfect, elegant nursery.
Ms. Bauer advises to take your time and do research before you buy anything. Pinterest is a great place to start. Decide exactly how you want your room to feel and to function. Elegance in décor is achieved by combining the right balance of color, objects, light and texture.
A primary consideration in any room design, is the size of the space. That will dictate many of your decisions. If your room is average size, you’re in good shape and there are lots of choices and options to work with. Extraordinary sized rooms, either large or small, require additional considerations.
Baby Style. Bratt's gorgeous Chelsea sleigh crib and changer are the number one choice for the "Traditional Nursery," as Victorian glamour is combined with a modern interpretation from Bratt's designer Stephen Bauer, a hand applied patina in stunning antique silver.
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.
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 ...
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.
Blockbuster Stewart Little II picks Bratt Decor
Our gorgeous casablanca premiere in white was chosen for the set of the summer blockbuster, Stewart Little II. Look closely, it's on the screen in the opening scenes.
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.
Extreme Makeover Home Edition Bratt Decor helps Ty to make one families' dream come true
December 4, 2005
ABC's Extreme Makeover Home Edition changes lives and realizes dreams all of the time; Bratt Decor's design team was able to be a part of this special occasion and change the life of one family.
A young widower, with three small girls, received an Extreme Makeover and a brand new Bratt Decor nursery for 6-month-old Presley.
What does a baby really need? You'll find out in this article. One great classic piece, is the Classic Beadboard Armoire by Bratt Decor. Coral Nafie, retal buyer and interiror decorator, loves the smaller size that lets kids put away their own things.
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.
Home & Design: The Magazine of Luxury Homes and Fine Interiors Nesting Instincts: A growing crop of nursery and children's furniture
Late Fall 2006
This luxury magazine celebrates Bratt's latest collection, the Chelsea.
Fit Pregnancy decorates with clean, modern lines and vibrant colors, which means your baby's room won't clash with your tastes - or the rest of your house. Crib of choice, Dick crib in white by Bratt Decor, of course.
Project Nursery asked Bratt Decor's Mary Bauer, for some tips in designing a baby room that will your child will not outgrow too soon. Here's her smart advice.
1. Choose a Sophisticated Color Palette. Think beyond pink and blue, and try a bold, beautiful black palette. Black furnishings are sophisticated, neutral, and wear oh, so well. Colors pop, so if your heart is set on pink or blue, pop them in without sacrificing sophistication.
2. Pick Classic Patterns. Adorn your walls with classic looks and add in age-appropriate toys and accents that speak to the stage your child is enjoying at the moment.
3. Consider Non-Traditional Lighting. We are swooning over this rose globe drop pendant that is romantic and sculptural. This is not what you’d think of for a nursery, but it works! It will continue to work and look amazing as your babe grows.
From the Top Award-Winning Parenting & Celebrity "Bump Watch" website, bellitchblog.com, comes the top 100 must have maternity and baby products. We are thrilled to have our very own Chelsea Lifetime crib in espresso chosen for their crib category. To see all the winners, read the full article below.
One way to maximize your decorating dollars, is to make sure you buy furniture that will stand the test of time, both in quality and design. Our entire collection is made to endure the changes that are sure to come. This article gives great tips for t
Kids' Rooms, Better Homes & Garden's
Tickled Pink! Our gorgeous armoire was specially hand painted with flowing pink pansies for this great tween girl's room featuring Lilly Pulitzer bedding! We think it's a great match.
Bratt Decor's Jane crib is featured for it's great style and quality construction. This feature shows you the difference between similiar looks at different prices. Our crib is individually crafted, made of solid wood, hand rubbed, uses hidden hardware
Safely and securely adding a mirror to the nursery can make the room look larger, brighter, and more sophisticated. Also, babies just love to look at themselves. Here’s what you need to know to add a beautiful mirror to your baby’s room.
Securely fasten the mirror to the wall. This is the most important detail when adding mirrors, artwork or any decor that could fall. A cable wire hung across a single hook or nail is completely out of the question. Thread wire through D hooks on the back of the mirror and tie it off. Note, each D hook will need its own hook in the wall. Always hang your mirror on a stud. Make sure you are using hangers that are rated to handle the weight of your mirror. When mirror is in position, Run your wire through the hangers and secure.
Bratt Decor is thrilled to announced that the most viewed nursery of 2015, according to Project Nursery, features our very own Joy iron baby bed in distressed white. This Dainty soft and sweet space is feminine and light. The beautiful windows flood the space in natural light and are flanked by silky pink curtains. We love the free form art collection created by open frames over the crib. We also had the honor of being featured in another highly viewed nursery: Gold Glittery Nursery with fun metallic polka dots and featuring Bratt Decor's venetian crib in antique white. Other notable baby spaces include Lucy's Gray, Coral and Gold Nursery and Isla's Modern Neutral Golden Nursery.
images courtesy of Project Nursery