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May 9, 2008
Hey, Daddy Warbucks, you already bought her the diamond earrings -- that "push present" to thank her for nine months of pregnancy and hours of labor -- but now Mother's Day is approaching. So for the new moms out there, we consulted Bel Bambini, a luxe baby shop in West Hollywood. If it's good enough for Jessica Alba, who is registered there, why not your Baby Mama?



Part hot rod, part stroller, this "Roddler" is a swank ride for the little one. Think custom paint job, an iPod docking station and stereo sound system. The tail lights shine when braking for those traffic jams on Rodeo Drive -- and the stroller even comes with vanity plates. SPOILED, maybe?


Who says diaper bags have to look like quilted, overstuffed totes? A faux-crocodile couture diaper satchel by Mia Bossi has plenty of room and pockets for keys to the Benz, bottles and diapers, plus

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November/December 2007
Kids Today's second annual retail innovators list recognizes retailers who are meeting the challenges of growing their businesses in an increasingly competitive marketplace by being creative, enterprising and steadfast. More and more of them are thinking outside the box and when it comes to engaging customers, either with free services and design assistance, websites or educational classes and gift registries. All of Kids Today's innovators are independents and many of them family owned. Some stores are newcomers to the industry with a year or two under their proverbial belts, while others have been in business for more than 60 years. But most importantly, to us, is the number if these innovative retailers who carry and sell Bratt Decor products as their key vendors.


Congratulations to the 2007 Retail Innovators!

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March 2009
Charlie Sheen is very impressed with the nursery he and wife Brooke have set up for their twin boys, due in April.



"Forget being a babies' room. If I had a room like that growing up at any point, I would have been over the moon," Sheen, 43, told PEOPLE on Tuesday at Las Vegas's MAGIC convention, where he unveiled his new DaVinci Collection by Charlie Sheen clothing line.



The couple hope to put the finishing touches on the nursery this week.



"We have a deadline," said Sheen. "It's that last-minute push with the paint, furniture and all the accessorizing and all that, but it's going to be lovely."



Bratt Decor is proud to furnish the Sheen twin's baseball themed nursery!

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August 2007
First came love, then came marriage, and now Trista and Ryan Sutter of ABC's The Bachelorette, have welcomed a baby boy, Maxwell Altson Sutter, to their fairytale love story.



The couple welcomed the baby into the world on July 26th. Little Maxwell (5 pounds, 3 ounces and 18 inches long) is the first child for the Sutters, who met on the first season of ABC's The Bachelorette and were married on television in December of 2003.



Max sleeps in a fun striped nursery decked out in furnishings by Bratt Decor. His nursery, which was designed to be unisex, now screams "BOY!" with the added touches of color and hints of pale blue. Max currently sleeps in Bratt Decors Zanzibar Rocking Cradle, as he grows he will move into his Casablanca crib in Pewter, and then on to the Casablanca Daybed. Maxs changing table will also transition and grow with him, as

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November 5, 2007
Dancing With the Stars co-host Samantha Harris, 33, welcomed daughter Josselyn Sydney back in September, but she and husband Michael Hess had not found out the sex prior to the delivery. Five weeks later, a peek into the recently completed nursery at the Hess househeld shows that the couple are definitely parents to a daughter!


Josselyn sleeps in a Bratt Decor Sleigh Crib in Buttermilk and has accompanying pieces, Chelsea Sliegh Cradle and a 7-drawer double dresser/changer. Her room is fit for a princess!

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November 7, 2007
Bratt Decor is a specialty store selling luxury beds for children.



This canopy bed from its Jane collection is, in fact, priced at about $1679 and is constructed using the finest solid wood. It's also quite a versatile one. Removing the canopy will reveal a standard four poster bed.


Standard twin size mattress is perfect for this bed and box springs aren't necessary.


A standard twin-sized mattress fits perfectly into the Jane. No box spring required..


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March 2008
Sweep your baby off to dreamland in this exquisite cradle. Your little one will feel like royalty as the soothing rocking motion of the Zanzibar cradle lulls even the fussiest of tots into a peaceful sleep.

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December/January 2007
Buying double of everything is a big mistake. At its most basic, your twins' room will require a pair of cribs and a single diaper-changing station (because as you know, its impossible to change both babies at one time). Other essentials include a nursing chair and plenty of storage (because let's face it, you will acquire a lot of things with twins).


This issue of Fit Pregnancy showcases the nursery of Marcia Cross' twin daughters, Eden and Savannah which has plenty of pieces that will double in function and grow with the girls as they get older. These pieces include 2 Bratt Decor Dick Cribs, a Classic Bratt Decor Armoire with custom painted polka dots, a Dick dresser/changer and a play table for the girls' enjoyment.

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October 20, 2007
Erin and Ned are expecting their first child after suffering an emotional miscarriage a few months back. Ned would love to create the perfect nursery for the baby. The Home Mavens will be there to help create a delightful room for this vibrant young couple. Bratt Decor's Venetian 3-in-1 crib is the centerpiece of this adorable nursery.



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March 2008
Jennifer Lopez called upon Petit Tresor to furnish her nursery.
The new mom opened a registry and had store owners help her design nurseries. Jennifer Lopez went all out with a cashmere cardigan, hat and bootie pants from Baby Cz, $279 , a matching pink set, $279, a set of Plain Marys Hunk and Babe onesies, $169. For the nursery, Jennifer purchased Bratt Decor's Premiere cribs, $966 each and Glam Gliders $1,420 each, Clara changing table, $1780. and Mia Bossi diaper bag, $1250.

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January 4, 2011
Nate shows a viewer how to re-creat a nursery for twins similar to the beautiful room Jennifer Lopez created for her twins. Nate used Bratt Decor's casablanca premiere cribs, just as Jennifer did, and dressed them with Little Bunny Blue linens. To see the episode go to thenateshow.com and search "celeb baby rooms"

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January 2008
In Touch Magazine is reporting that actress Halle Berry is buying in sets of two for her baby. It's not twins though, she just has two houses. Some people have it so bad! "Halle doesn't want her baby confused," an insider says. "She's duplicating everything down to the crib, the linens, and even the stuffed animals."


Among her double purchases have been two Bratt Decor Chelsea Sleigh Cribs in Espresso, and two Tiny Love Mobiles.


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InTouch Magazine
February 2008
The German InTouch Magazine discusses Halle Berry's homes, her pregnancy and her nursery buys (she bought 2 of everything, 1 for each of her homes)!


Of these gorgeous buys are 2 Chelsea Sleigh Cribs in Espresso from Bratt Decor.

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December 2007
This month P&N was inspired by a turquoise David Yurman ring and designed an entire nursery around the stunning jewel tone. They choose Bratt's Dick Dresser/Changer in navy and white to fit the room.

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June 2008
Editor's at Pregnancy & Newborn magazine give new parents advice on how to make a girly nursery come together. They touched on ever detail from the crib, to wall art, to drawer pulls from Bratt Decor.

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April 28-29, 2007
Did you know there was a special philosophy associated with nursery design? Well, there is... and Baby Celebration L.A. has aksed Mary Bauer founder of the wondrous Bratt Decor to be a featured speaker. Mary and her husband Stephan founded Bratt Decor over ten years ago and have continued creating magical spaces for babies ever after.


Mary's special presentation will discuss the "Philosophy of Nursery Design". She passionately believes style is not something that should be sacrificed, especially not for baby! Bratt Decor has found a very special niche with design quality and style that appeals to parents universally. Mary's expertise is coveted by everyone in the baby industry and Baby Celebration L.A. is delighted to present her at Baby Celebration LA.

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About.com
Tips from Designers on Decorating Kids' Rooms
November 1, 2005
Do you know a parent who doesn't want to create an adorable room for their child? I don't! Not everyone can afford a room decorated like this one from "Bratt Decor." Experienced designers answer questions and give their advice on what to look for, what to avoid, and how to involve your child in the decorating process.

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April 2008
Our new Blu Changer/Dresser is featured in Fit Pregnancy's Buyer's guide as a must have item for your modern nursery.


When you can extend the life of a product past the nursery, it makes for practical shopping. The sophisticated changer doubles as a dresser after your little one graduates from diapers (simply remove the changing table tray).




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Pregnancy & Newborn
January 2012
Bratt Decor's blu dresser in wheat is highlighted in the amazing collection of hot baby products, entitled "Livin' the dream".

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September 24, 2007
From difficulties conceiving to life-threatening complications during pregnancy, the former stars of The Bachelorette share their uphill battle to start a family--and introduce US to son Max.



And be sure to check out the great snap shoots of Max's nursery which include Bratt Decor's Casablanca Premiere crib in pewter, the accompanying day bed, a pewter Zanzibar rocking cradle, and the Chelsea changer/dresser in buttermilk.

November 2008
In 1995, Mary and Stephen Bauer were expecting their first child. Stephen had his own business as a commercial illustrator and was enjoying great success. Mary was a marketing director for a local architectural firm. They both were excited about their new addition. Stephen showed his excitement by designing a gorgeous wrought iron crib for their new baby.



With that crib, Bratt Decor was born. Since then, the Bauer family has grown, as has the business. Bratt Decor designs include baby cribs, dressers, changing tables, childrens furniture and coordinating accessories. Stephen works full-time designing, creating and manufacturing products while Mary manages sales and marketing. Sebastian and Raiff, their sons, do product testing and design input.



M&T Bank won this banking relationship in January of 2006. Bratt Decor has seen significant expansion since then. Michael Pietropaoli, assistant vice president and relationship manager, and Carl Hairston, vice president and team leader, both of

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February 28, 2007
Bratt Decor's president and co-founder Mary Bauer dishes with anchors on CBS's morning talk show, The Morning Edition, about the latest trends in baby and nursery decor. And, oh, the accessories! Babies have the cutest things. Bauer bought with her a display of some of of the most popular gift items and must haves in baby. Items featured are sold at Bratt Boutiques and Bratt Decor online.



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October 19, 2007
With modern nurseries all the rage, we have neglected the beautiful, more traditional furniture for your little ones. Bratt Decor is one of my favorite children's designer furniture lines. Ryan and Trista Sutter mix and matched Bratt Decor pieces for son Max's Nursery. They selected the Casablanca Premiere crib in pewter, the accompanying day bed, a pewter Zanzibar rocking cradle, and the Chelsea changer/dresser in buttermilk.


I adore the Chelsea Collection in espresso. I think the rich brown adds a touch of sophistication and balance to the delicate pastels common for baby bedding. Other finishes include antique silver and buttermilk. The sleigh crib ($1320) and double dresser ($1738) adds stunning elegance to any nursery. The detailed carvings (left) and hand rubbed finishes are only the begining of Bratt Decor quality. The crib changes into a toddler bed with the conversion kit ($253). You can purchase a changing tray ($132) that

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May 2008
In 2007, crib sales in the United States hit an estimated $1 billion and expected to grow to $1.26 billion by 2012, according to research from Easy Analytic Software Inc. Given those numbers, the future looks steady for those who manufacture cribs as well as nursery case goods, glider rockers and crib mattresses. Even in an economic downturn, many expecting parents still need to visit stores or Web sites to outfit their nursery.


Kid's Today takes a look at this industry and talks with manufacturers to get their take on sales and production in hard times.


Bratt Decor was one of the manufacturers interviewed for its ability to withstand such trying times.


"I believe this is a year to make smart yet conservative business decisions, focus on core products and provide excellent customer service," said one company owner. "There are people affected by the economy, but also stores that are doing very well.

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July 12, 2007
Bratt Decor, http://www.brattdecor.com, the online, high-end infant and toddler furniture and accessory store favored by the stars (Heidi Klum, Tori Spelling and Courteney Cox are customers), recently opened its first retail store in our area (another is in Baltimore). At the Falls Church location, the style is high and so are the prices. 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).



The store is at 7505 Leesburg Pike. For more information, call 703-448-6833.

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