Published at Friday, March 09th, 2018 - 14:46:21 PM. . By Bobbi Kerr.
The Basset American Home crib is my personal favorite. It has a tall slatted headboard that has a straight top. Straight, unadorned lines feature throughout giving it a slightly Shaker look. This piece of nursery furniture looks especially nice when converted to a toddler-bed. Bassett isnt going to appeal to everyone. Many parents now prefer a more modern look; companies like Pali Cribs offer these European influenced pieces, using blond wood and subtle finishes. Others still prefer the old-fashioned style but dislike the companys convertible cribs because they are too prosaic in style. Cribs from companies like Munire and Babi Italia offer old-world charm but with more ornate detailing. However, if you want a well-made crib with simple American designs of the past then you should take a more detailed look at Basset cribs.
Beautiful Bellini Cribs - Bellini is an Italian company that has been making cribs for over 25 years. A Bellini crib is considered to be of excellent quality with subtle, slightly modern styling. Its flagship Isabella crib is representative of this European background in design and craftsmanship. Some products just seem to catch on as designer desirables with the rich and famous - as well as ordinary folk - clamoring to buy. Bellini cribs seem to be one such, must-have designer item. Like a lot of fashionable products its expensive. And, they do possess a certain understated styling that is highly desirable. Celebrities like Miranda Hobbs (Sex and the City) have bought one and a Bellini nursery makeover was featured in the Diane Keaton blockbuster movie, \"Baby Boom\".
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