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Design a Stylish and Environmentally Friendly Nursery

February 1, 2010

Ferrick Mason designed fabrics are inspired from organic natural forms. All designs are both drawn and screened by hand so the lines are not perfectly symmetrical. This imprecision gives the designs a painterly, handmade feel. All of these fabrics are locally printed in Los Angeles on Belgian linen using eco-friendly inks and dyes. 

They are not specifically designed for nursery but we thought the ones below will brighten any baby’s room and can be used as upholstery on a chair for the mommy to relax in or as window treatments.

     

Calliandra in green                                 Willow in pink/green

Stokke nursery systems are designed to grow with your child.  The changing table magically converts to a play table, then study desk and finally a side table with storage.  The crib is extendable up to age 7 and converts to 2 comfy chairs after that.  Organic mattress and sheet options are provided on their website.

Blush magazine featured Stokke’s SLEEPI and CARE within a “wilderness” concept.

These organic crib set s by Dwell Studio have simple yet elegant designs that will wrap your baby in comfort.  Their sets are available in multiple sizes including a perfect fit for the above mentioned Stokke SLEEP.

   

Blik offers a wide variety of reusable wall decals that can be used to add color and imagination into a nursery.

   

Amenity Organic Blankets are made in the USA and they are non-allergic and safe for your baby.  We like this one with illustrations from the forest.

 

If you know of other elegant yet environmentally friendly nursery products that you want to share please let us know by commenting to this post.  We’d love to hear from you!

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  1. October 31, 2010 5:26 am

    it is advisable to instal only cordless window treatments in homes where small children are present ‘

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