Nurseryworks keep coming up with the goods, we just have to keep featuring
them! As if the
wasn’t enough, now we’ve discovered the latest bedding designs, and
they’re so perfectly stunning, they’re sure to inspire anyone wishing
to create a beautiful sanctuary for their new arrival.
The crib sets come with a bumper and light quilt,
which I’d use
for decorative purposes, but would store away when baby is in the crib
as they may be a SIDS risk.
They look great for show though, and are a nice touch when visitors
come around to see baby for the first time and want to see the nursery.
Orange is a favoured colour in our house, so the
design in the ‘Popsicle’ colourway would be in my top three choices. If blue and tan is more your style,
the delightfully-named Blueberry Brownie is another option in this design.
The genius of the bedding ranges is in the layering of textures – the zig-zag stitching of the quilt, the
checked pattern on the sheets, and the spots of the bumper.
Anything spotty and I’m
all eyes, and
Confetti by Lucy Sykes
would go suberbly in my youngest son’s yellow and white room.
For a nature-themed girly feel, there’s the
Sea Holly design.
The composition of the trees is marvellous, as is the coral pink used.
Nurseryworks haven’t forgotten the older kids either, with a range of
single bedding (called "twin" in the US) available.
Along with the bumper and quilt, crib sets come with two fitted
sheets (with additional sheets available) and crib skirt, which is
great for hiding the storage area underneath. Crib skirts aren’t
readily available in Australia so it will add a unique edge to the
nursery! Some of the sets also come with a decorative pillow and cover.
Crib sets range in price from US$330 to $400, with single bed doona covers $200, sheet sets $160 and pillow shams $76. Email
Nurseryworks for a
(Note: if purchasing a crib set, please research current SIDS guidelines about how to sleep your baby. Some of the items should
be used for decorative purposes only.)