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Giveaway: NUMI NUMI Design Nursery Furniture

Get ready, because this week’s giveaway is going to blow you away! Do you remember the amazing shared bedroom makeover that Project Nursery designed for Brianne Manz of Stroller in the City featuring furniture from NUMI NUMI Design? Well, we are once again teaming up with the stunning furniture company, and this time one Project Nursery reader will win the Wired Crib and Changing Table from NUMI NUMI Design in the amber finish (worth over $3,680)!

NUMI NUMI Design Crib

The Wired Collection by NUMI NUMI Design is dedicated to the city that never sleeps, New York City. The designers used the verticality of the city, the subway and the space in between the skyscrapers as their inspiration, and they captured the spirit of the city beautifully in this line of furniture.

NUMI NUMI Design values sustainability, so not only is the Wired Collection furniture modern and chic, the pieces are made of NAUF (No Added Urea Formaldehyde) bamboo and completed with non-toxic, water-based stains and finishes.

NUMI NUMI Design Crib

NUMI NUMI Design Changing Table

If you are looking to add a one-of-a-kind piece to your baby’s nursery that is both beautiful and eco-friendly, we’ve got you covered!

WIN IT! One Project Nursery reader will win a Wired Crib and Changing Table from NUMI NUMI Design (worth over $3,680).

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    I would LOVE this! I have a mint/sea foam colored dresser that would look perfect with this crib!!!

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    omg I need to win this, I have a newborn and I don’t have a crib or anything for her. ahhhh this is beautiful!!!!

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    LOVE this crib!! Real Beautiful woodwork

    I was also worried about my baby’s cradle materials: wood, mattresses, fabrics, all of which can have harmful emissions if done poorly.
    I found this Italian company that uses for mattresses, cotton and spelled chaff, and makes very nice cradles and cots.

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