Nurseryworks - Macaroni Crib Bedding - Baby Bedding - Modern Baby Bedding

Nurseryworks - Macaroni Crib Bedding - Baby Bedding - Modern Baby Bedding

50% OFF!!! ONLY $177.50 WHILE SUPPLIES LAST! 6 piece set, all 100% Cotton Poplin Linens available in pumpkin. The designer, Rosemary Hallgarten was inspired by watching her son eat macaroni and cheese as she explains that she was, "...fascinated by all the shapes the noodles make when cooked."

  • 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!