Bedding. Thursday , February 08th , 2018 - 06:31:59 AM
The easiest way to bring the past into the modern nursery is with a nursery bedding collection featuring a vintage print. The Vintage Toys crib bedding set by Cottage Dreams has a crib bumper featuring classic cars, trains, planes and boats in a bold red and blue collection. For your little surfer, Surf's Up nursery bedding by Glenna Jean features beach-themed vintage fabric depicting surfers, sandals, and wood-paneled cars with a post-card picture feel. Sock Monkey crib bedding by New Arrivals shows adorable classic sock monkeys circling the crib bumper coordinated with vintage red ticking and wheat gingham fabrics. Your baby will sleep like a princess in chic Vintage Floral nursery bedding by My Baby Sam, a sweet set with polka dots, stripes, and soft vintage flower print in pink and white. For an edgy alternative print, consider Tattoo nursery bedding by Fairy Tale, depicting classic tattoo flash complemented by soft midnight blue minky, for the ultimate in vintage prints. A vintage print will instantly call to mind past ages and create a retro feel for your baby's nursery.
But, like all manufacturers, its core business is still the innerspring mattress and currently it offers the Restonic ComfortCare mattress. There's a lot of jargon thrown about by all manufacturers and pseudo technical words and other meaningless terms are obfuscating what's on offer. Whether this has been deliberate or is the result of marketing hype is debatable. But let's try and makes sense of what the consumer is really getting.
The bedroom is a place that is supposed to offer relaxation and rest. The bedroom should be able to offer the best sleep so that you can have a cozy night and wake up refreshed. There is no limit to the décor ideas of the bedroom so you can get as creative as you want. But while decorating the bedroom you should make sure that there is a balance between aesthetics and comfort.
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