chamois crib sheeting

chamois crib sheeting

When my daughter felt this sheet under her little legs she stroked it and cooed, "cooozy and waaarrm." I'm not making that up. Yes, she is a genius. Genius aside, these are wonderful. Soft and cozy, indeed. The baby's room is the coldest room in the house but this sheet helps keep her warm at night. I also love the saturated colors available. No nambly-pambly pastels need apply.

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  • Adorable baby bedding for your new little one!

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  • custom tie dyed crib bedding set. this is awesome Lands End jersey knit 100% cotton crib bedding, custom tie dyed in your choice of 40 colors!

  • Just love the idea of a natural wood pattern in the crib in lieu of cartoon branded bedding.

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  • Made from 100% organic cotton fabric and fill – certified by Control Union according to GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standards). Special care is taken to ensure that all the dyes used meet Q Collection Junior's high environmental ... Made from 100% organic cotton fabric and fill – certified by Control Union according to GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standards). Special care is taken to ensure that all the dyes used meet Q Collection Junior's high environmental and health standards. Bedding is free of all toxic chemicals. Make up a beautiful crib for your baby's nursery in soft shades of Sky Blue and cream. The pattern is Elephant Parade Sky on one side and Galileo Parade Sky on the other - exclusively available from Q Collection Junior. Surround your baby with this unique REVERSIBLE quilted bumper filled with organic cotton batting. Lay your baby on soft sateen fitted sheets in solid Sky and Cream. Dress the crib with a REVERSIBLE skirt with an 11” long drop. All four items come in a reusable drawstring tote - a very cute package indeed. This collection makes a lovely baby shower gift with no plastic packaging. Soft Sky blue and cream 100% certified organic cotton fabric and fill

  • 100% Certified Organic Cotton 4-Piece Crib Bedding Set in Roxy Pattern 2 Fitted crib sheets 1 Reversible bumper 1 Reversible crib skirt Made from 100% organic cotton fabric and fill – certified by Control Union according t... 100% Certified Organic Cotton 4-Piece Crib Bedding Set in Roxy Pattern 2 Fitted crib sheets 1 Reversible bumper 1 Reversible crib skirt Made from 100% organic cotton fabric and fill – certified by Control Union according to GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standards). Special care is taken to ensure that all the dyes used meet Q Collection Junior's high environmental and health standards. Bedding is free of all toxic chemicals. Make up a beautiful crib for your baby's nursery in soft shades of Roxy (a watermelon pink) and cream. The pattern is Elephant Parade Roxy on one side and Galileo Parade Roxy on the other - exclusively available from Q Collection Junior. Surround your baby with this unique REVERSIBLE quilted bumper filled with organic cotton batting. Lay your baby on soft sateen fitted sheets in solid Roxy and Cream. Dress the crib with a REVERSIBLE skirt with an 11” long drop. All four items come in a reusable drawstring tote - a very cute package indeed. This collection makes a lovely baby shower gift with no plastic packaging.

  • As featured in Access Hollywood! (April 2009 by Sharon Spaeth) "Hot mama Nicole Richie is expecting a sibling for little Harlow. And of course, when you’re as style savvy as Nicole it’s never too early to start thinking about ... As featured in Access Hollywood! (April 2009 by Sharon Spaeth) "Hot mama Nicole Richie is expecting a sibling for little Harlow. And of course, when you’re as style savvy as Nicole it’s never too early to start thinking about designing a beautiful yet practical nursery for your little one… even if you want to be surprised about the gender. For tips, we went to Design Experts “The MiGi Girls,” Michele Adams and Gia Russo, who have designed six chic and affordable nursery collections (Brooke Shields, Jaime Pressly and Heidi Klum are fans). “When creating a nursery from scratch, the first thing to consider is your budget and space. Knowing how much you have to spend and exactly how much room you have to work with will save a lot of time in the long run.” The girls recommend measuring everything including walls, windows, doors and closets and mapping out the dimensions. angel“For the furniture, think long term.” Remember, the nursery will likely become a toddler’s room and then a kid’s room.” The MiGi girls suggest choosing a crib that can be turned into a toddler bed so it can be used for a longer period of time. Also, “you aren’t limited to baby furniture. Consider a dresser that can serve as a changing table with a pad placed on it.” “When choosing your nursery’s theme, select the focal point that will set the tone for your room and help you pull it together. Consider a fun color palette, a piece of art, an icon or a meaningful keepsake and then design your nursery from that inspiration.” There are plenty of themes that are gender neutral, including the alphabet (one of MiGi’s collection is alphabet themed and adorable!), animals, and geometric patterns. For gender-neutral color palettes, the gals love these combinations: Pale aqua, Spring green and brown with white accents Orange and white with chocolate brown accents Yellow, green, brown and white Multi-colored: green, blue, red, yellow and white" Read the original article first published April 8, 2009: http://www.accesshollywood.com/style/glam-slam-baby-talk_article_16477

  • As featured in Access Hollywood! (April 2009 by Sharon Spaeth) "Hot mama Nicole Richie is expecting a sibling for little Harlow. And of course, when you’re as style savvy as Nicole it’s never too early to start thinking about ... As featured in Access Hollywood! (April 2009 by Sharon Spaeth) "Hot mama Nicole Richie is expecting a sibling for little Harlow. And of course, when you’re as style savvy as Nicole it’s never too early to start thinking about designing a beautiful yet practical nursery for your little one… even if you want to be surprised about the gender. For tips, we went to Design Experts “The MiGi Girls,” Michele Adams and Gia Russo, who have designed six chic and affordable nursery collections (Brooke Shields, Jaime Pressly and Heidi Klum are fans). “When creating a nursery from scratch, the first thing to consider is your budget and space. Knowing how much you have to spend and exactly how much room you have to work with will save a lot of time in the long run.” The girls recommend measuring everything including walls, windows, doors and closets and mapping out the dimensions. angel“For the furniture, think long term.” Remember, the nursery will likely become a toddler’s room and then a kid’s room.” The MiGi girls suggest choosing a crib that can be turned into a toddler bed so it can be used for a longer period of time. Also, “you aren’t limited to baby furniture. Consider a dresser that can serve as a changing table with a pad placed on it.” “When choosing your nursery’s theme, select the focal point that will set the tone for your room and help you pull it together. Consider a fun color palette, a piece of art, an icon or a meaningful keepsake and then design your nursery from that inspiration.” There are plenty of themes that are gender neutral, including the alphabet (one of MiGi’s collection is alphabet themed and adorable!), animals, and geometric patterns. For gender-neutral color palettes, the gals love these combinations: Pale aqua, Spring green and brown with white accents Orange and white with chocolate brown accents Yellow, green, brown and white Multi-colored: green, blue, red, yellow and white" Read the original article first published April 8, 2009: http://www.accesshollywood.com/style/glam-slam-baby-talk_article_16477

  • As featured in Access Hollywood! (April 2009 by Sharon Spaeth) "Hot mama Nicole Richie is expecting a sibling for little Harlow. And of course, when you’re as style savvy as Nicole it’s never too early to start thinking about ... As featured in Access Hollywood! (April 2009 by Sharon Spaeth) "Hot mama Nicole Richie is expecting a sibling for little Harlow. And of course, when you’re as style savvy as Nicole it’s never too early to start thinking about designing a beautiful yet practical nursery for your little one… even if you want to be surprised about the gender. For tips, we went to Design Experts “The MiGi Girls,” Michele Adams and Gia Russo, who have designed six chic and affordable nursery collections (Brooke Shields, Jaime Pressly and Heidi Klum are fans). “When creating a nursery from scratch, the first thing to consider is your budget and space. Knowing how much you have to spend and exactly how much room you have to work with will save a lot of time in the long run.” The girls recommend measuring everything including walls, windows, doors and closets and mapping out the dimensions. angel“For the furniture, think long term.” Remember, the nursery will likely become a toddler’s room and then a kid’s room.” The MiGi girls suggest choosing a crib that can be turned into a toddler bed so it can be used for a longer period of time. Also, “you aren’t limited to baby furniture. Consider a dresser that can serve as a changing table with a pad placed on it.” “When choosing your nursery’s theme, select the focal point that will set the tone for your room and help you pull it together. Consider a fun color palette, a piece of art, an icon or a meaningful keepsake and then design your nursery from that inspiration.” There are plenty of themes that are gender neutral, including the alphabet (one of MiGi’s collection is alphabet themed and adorable!), animals, and geometric patterns. For gender-neutral color palettes, the gals love these combinations: Pale aqua, Spring green and brown with white accents Orange and white with chocolate brown accents Yellow, green, brown and white Multi-colored: green, blue, red, yellow and white" Read the original article first published April 8, 2009: http://www.accesshollywood.com/style/glam-slam-baby-talk_article_16477

  • As featured in Access Hollywood! (April 2009 by Sharon Spaeth) "Hot mama Nicole Richie is expecting a sibling for little Harlow. And of course, when you’re as style savvy as Nicole it’s never too early to start thinking about ... As featured in Access Hollywood! (April 2009 by Sharon Spaeth) "Hot mama Nicole Richie is expecting a sibling for little Harlow. And of course, when you’re as style savvy as Nicole it’s never too early to start thinking about designing a beautiful yet practical nursery for your little one… even if you want to be surprised about the gender. For tips, we went to Design Experts “The MiGi Girls,” Michele Adams and Gia Russo, who have designed six chic and affordable nursery collections (Brooke Shields, Jaime Pressly and Heidi Klum are fans). “When creating a nursery from scratch, the first thing to consider is your budget and space. Knowing how much you have to spend and exactly how much room you have to work with will save a lot of time in the long run.” The girls recommend measuring everything including walls, windows, doors and closets and mapping out the dimensions. angel“For the furniture, think long term.” Remember, the nursery will likely become a toddler’s room and then a kid’s room.” The MiGi girls suggest choosing a crib that can be turned into a toddler bed so it can be used for a longer period of time. Also, “you aren’t limited to baby furniture. Consider a dresser that can serve as a changing table with a pad placed on it.” “When choosing your nursery’s theme, select the focal point that will set the tone for your room and help you pull it together. Consider a fun color palette, a piece of art, an icon or a meaningful keepsake and then design your nursery from that inspiration.” There are plenty of themes that are gender neutral, including the alphabet (one of MiGi’s collection is alphabet themed and adorable!), animals, and geometric patterns. For gender-neutral color palettes, the gals love these combinations: Pale aqua, Spring green and brown with white accents Orange and white with chocolate brown accents Yellow, green, brown and white Multi-colored: green, blue, red, yellow and white" Read the original article first published April 8, 2009: http://www.accesshollywood.com/style/glam-slam-baby-talk_article_16477

  • As featured in Access Hollywood! (April 2009 by Sharon Spaeth) "Hot mama Nicole Richie is expecting a sibling for little Harlow. And of course, when you’re as style savvy as Nicole it’s never too early to start thinking about d... As featured in Access Hollywood! (April 2009 by Sharon Spaeth) "Hot mama Nicole Richie is expecting a sibling for little Harlow. And of course, when you’re as style savvy as Nicole it’s never too early to start thinking about designing a beautiful yet practical nursery for your little one… even if you want to be surprised about the gender. For tips, we went to Design Experts “The MiGi Girls,” Michele Adams and Gia Russo, who have designed six chic and affordable nursery collections (Brooke Shields, Jaime Pressly and Heidi Klum are fans). “When creating a nursery from scratch, the first thing to consider is your budget and space. Knowing how much you have to spend and exactly how much room you have to work with will save a lot of time in the long run.” The girls recommend measuring everything including walls, windows, doors and closets and mapping out the dimensions. angel“For the furniture, think long term.” Remember, the nursery will likely become a toddler’s room and then a kid’s room.” The MiGi girls suggest choosing a crib that can be turned into a toddler bed so it can be used for a longer period of time. Also, “you aren’t limited to baby furniture. Consider a dresser that can serve as a changing table with a pad placed on it.” “When choosing your nursery’s theme, select the focal point that will set the tone for your room and help you pull it together. Consider a fun color palette, a piece of art, an icon or a meaningful keepsake and then design your nursery from that inspiration.” There are plenty of themes that are gender neutral, including the alphabet (one of MiGi’s collection is alphabet themed and adorable!), animals, and geometric patterns. For gender-neutral color palettes, the gals love these combinations: Pale aqua, Spring green and brown with white accents Orange and white with chocolate brown accents Yellow, green, brown and white Multi-colored: green, blue, red, yellow and white" Read the original article first published April 8, 2009: http://www.accesshollywood.com/style/glam-slam-baby-talk_article_16477

  • The Cocoa baby bedding collection features a luxurious combination of imported jacquard and plush minky fabrics which coordinate with a printed floral cotton scrim creating the ultimate deluxe nursery. Soft palette of blue and ... The Cocoa baby bedding collection features a luxurious combination of imported jacquard and plush minky fabrics which coordinate with a printed floral cotton scrim creating the ultimate deluxe nursery. Soft palette of blue and rich brown floral, very sophisticated! 100% cotton and jacquard, machine washable

  • Create sophistication with Skip Hop's Vine Floral 5 Piece Crib Bedding Set. Vine Floral is on sale! Under $149 for luxurious 100% cotton in 385 thread count!

  • Now here's some baby bedding I can really relate to. I decorated my first son's room in a world travel theme, I searched for month's for something like this and came up short. Three years later, I'm preparing for another boy and m... Now here's some baby bedding I can really relate to. I decorated my first son's room in a world travel theme, I searched for month's for something like this and came up short. Three years later, I'm preparing for another boy and might have just found the perfect crib bedding!! Wish there was a better pic, this was the closest shot they had

  • Go on, Embrace your little ones wild side with a fun jungle theme. The colors of this set give you so much to work with and look great with all of the dark wood crib options out there. Besides, who can resist polka dots? Certainly... Go on, Embrace your little ones wild side with a fun jungle theme. The colors of this set give you so much to work with and look great with all of the dark wood crib options out there. Besides, who can resist polka dots? Certainly not I...

  • Very unique bedding sets, kinda pricey, but a great place for inspiration

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  • Here's another alternative to the Ouef crib. Ringing in at $300 this is a worthy opponent, Modern, stylish, attractive, and a cinch to put together. One reader claimed they put it together solo in 30 minutes.

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  • It's eco-friendly and looks comfortable! I want it!

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  • Why do I love this so much? It's orange, it's bright and it goes well for a boy or a girl.

  • Collection Includes Crib Sheet, 3-pc. Crib Set, Night-Light, Blanket, Window Coverings, Decorative Pillow, Lamp with Shade

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  • In a way this looks like something out of Rosemary's Baby, but I am sure it looks so much better in person. This round white bassinet is an elegant but yet some what creepy way of putting your newborn to bed.

  • We know you want to be good. But if your baby has sweeter things on her mind than "going green", then Pixel Organics has a Supercharged bed set to please you both! Our Cotton Sateen is 100% certified organic cotton. Our printing i... We know you want to be good. But if your baby has sweeter things on her mind than "going green", then Pixel Organics has a Supercharged bed set to please you both! Our Cotton Sateen is 100% certified organic cotton. Our printing is low-impact (approved by the Organic Trade Association) and our fill may just have been regenerated from the water bottle you drank last month!

  • You actually don't have to live in NY to have a beautiful NY style nursery. This amazing Central Park Crib set is so modern, beautiful and chic!!

  • If I can't make my own bumper I'm going to get this one. I love the airplanes! A definite for our little boys.

  • Bright and Beautiful. Just the perfect colors for a baby girl. Great baby shower gift!