Dancing with the Stars co-host Samantha Harris recently opened up her pink and chocolate nursery to Life & Style magazine. "I think it's modern with a vintage edge and I couldn't be happier with it," she says. Harris welcomed her first child, daughter Josselyn Sydney, last month.
Harris chose the Chelsea sleigh crib in buttermilk by Bratt Decor for $1320. The Caden Lane Taylor collection ($450) bedding coordinated nicely with the custom-painted pink walls.
The girly nursery had accents of pink and chocolate heart frames.
Check out the pictures of little Josselyn's nursery in the current issue of Life & Style Weekly.
Marcia Cross recalls options she considered when she was Desperate to get pregnant, including adoption and a sperm donor. Instead, she says in an upcoming Health article, she and hubby Tom Mahoney "decided to skip our honeymoon and try in vitro after the wedding" clearly a winning strategy, as their twin girls turn one on Feb. 20.... On the verge of popping out two mini booty-shakers of her own, Jennifer Lopez and hubby Marc Anthony are pimping out their awaited babies' nurseries at their various homes. Stylistic touches include 18-karat gilded trim, hand-embroidered bedding and French-inspired cribs by Bratt Crib. Total cost, according to Page Six? $120 Gs.... New mom Christina Aguilera is already in the gush phase, telling People that baby Max "completely changed my life." No word yet on what that entails; I can only hope it means a return to her dirrrrty days in dreads.
Bratt Decor introduces new looks and designs for nursery and beyond. This in depth article has six great shots of some of our most popular cribs, along with tons of info on available finishes and price ranges. Thanks Baby & Children's Product News!
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.
After spending nine months inside the darkness of your tummy, your little one deserves to see the light! Create a space --whether traditional, contemporary, eclectic or serene-- that will greet those bright-eyed peepers with a warm welcome into this beautiful world.
Bratt Decor has furnishings that fit each of the aforementioned categories. In fact, two of their best selling items, the Chelsea Sleigh Crib and the Classic Dick Dresser were chosen as top pics in the Classic and Vintage categories!
Bratt Decor, known for its classic and traditional designs in nursery and youth furniture, is introducing a new bedroom group with a decidedly more modern aesthetic.
The Blu collection is made of ash wood and oak veneers and features clean lines with contemporary touches. The line includes two cribs-a four-post canopy version and a panel crib that can be completed with optional upholstered microsuede panels and bumpers. The cribs, $880 each, have stationary side rails and three adjustable mattress levels. They also convert to toddler and day beds.
Other pieces in the line include a convertible changer/dresser, armoire, storage cubby and wall shelves. Blu is offered in wheat and mocha finishes and the upholstered crib panels and bumpers come in sky, sand, fern, sunset and rose colors.
The line is available for sale now and will begin shipping in December.
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.
Celebrity Baby Blog Inside Trista & Ryan's Nursery
Celebrity Baby Blog chats about US Weekly's lastest cover featuring Trista, Ryan and Max Sutter, and gives special attention to their adorable nursery which houses furnishings from Bratt Decor Inc.
Pregnancy & Newborn found May's nursery inspiration in Nursery Style, the new book from baby space designers Serena Dugan and Lily Kanter. A Bohemian style nursery is easy, timeless and fun to put together. Adding to it as your little one grows will help the room age beautifully with your baby.
Check out Bratt Decor's Chelsea Cradle and Changer as mainstays in this chic feature.
back from Louisville, KY for the 2010 Spring Conference for independent retailers in the baby and kids industry,and we had a blast. First of all, Louisville is a very charming city, clean, friendly and with a decidedly sophisticated edge. We loved the cool restaurants, and shops. The Museum Hotel was amazing, and was actually just written up in Conde Nast. Check it out, if you're going to Louisville.<><> The show was small and exciting. We saw some of our wonderful store owners from around the country. We saw Debbie from Beautiful Beginnings in Chicago, who is doing great with the line. Spent some time with two of our favorite Left Coast Girls who own The Juvenile Shop in Sherman Oaks, California. If you're ever out there, stop in because the store is beautiful and the service is unparalleled. There was cool new products on the market that you may love.
This celebrity packed special edition takes you into the nurseries of the hottest stars. Bratt Decor, a long time Hollywood favorite, is featured in Henry's nursery, who happens to be the son of super model Heidi Klum and lead singer, Seal. Other hollywood clients include Denise Richards and Courtney Cox.
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.
Putting together the nursery isn't all fun and decorating--what do you do with all those blankets and bur cloths if you don't want to cram them into drawers? P&N helps you organize your baby gear in style.
Bratt Decor's wall shelves are considered the perfect storage solution for holding all baby's things.
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.
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..
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.
Many adjectives can apply to a nursery. Sweet, practical, efficient? Sure. Elegant, luxurious, indulgent? Not usually. But it's the latter group of descriptors that Shannon Jernigan wanted for the room of her son, Cole.
The lavish design started with soft green and blue polka-dot fabrics that the Birmingham, Alabama, homeowner found irresistible. For Shannon, the fact that they were silks not the thrown-in-the-washing-machine cottons typically found in nurseries only added to the appeal. I like things dressy, explains Shannon, who worked with designer Jenny Edwards on the room.
Dressy Cole's room is, swathed in silks that beautifully harmonize with the silvery sparkle of the baby cups, rattles, and picture frames that accessorize shelves. The Bratt Decor crib gains added stature with flowing panels draped over wooden rods attached to the wall. The Roman shade above the window seat has gentle folds and layers that play off the poufy style of