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Giveaway: The Pottery Barn Kids Kendall Low-Profile Crib

Just like cars and cell phones, furniture for the nursery keeps getting more attractive and designed with better functionality in mind.  A perfect example is the new, low-profile crib from Pottery Barn Kids.  As a prime candidate for this crib, I keep thinking how my rib cage would have had a more pleasant experience during those middle of the night back rubbing sessions all of my children seemed to enjoy so much…

Pottery Barn Kids has recently introduced a low-profile version of their best selling Kendall fixed gate crib that is the perfect option for petite moms (and dads). Designed with the same simple style as the original version, this low-profile crib is shorter by four inches which makes it easier for petite parents to lift the baby in and out. The low-profile Kendall crib is offered in three finishes and is an affordable option at a price tag of $399.

Love browsing the local Pottery Barn Kids store as much as we do? For all you PBK enthusiasts, did you know that Pottery Barn Kids actually offers custom design services?  This could be the perfect way to create a nursery that exudes that transitional and sophisticated PBK style they have mastered oh so well.  You can even schedule one-on-one time with one of the PBK store associates to discuss your baby or kid’s room and get their expert advice. This design service is complimentary and can be arranged as an in-store visit or at-home consultation. And don’t miss signing up for the Pottery Barn Kids Baby & Gift Registry service. It is simply the best and easiest way to give and get the most desired PBK items for the nursery.

WIN IT! PBK is giving away not one but TWO Kendall Low-Profile Fixed Gate Cribs to Project Nursery readers. The winners can choose their choice of white, honey or espresso finish. Enter by visiting Pottery Barn Kids and tell us what you love most about PBK by commenting below. Contest ends February 25th, 2011 at 11:59 PST.


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Jessica McBrearty

Wednesday 7th of November 2012

I love the selection of organic bedding! And the great cribs.

Kim Bokor

Sunday 26th of August 2012

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Kim Bokor

Sunday 26th of August 2012

Liked potter barn kids and project nursery on facebook!

Kim Bokor

Sunday 26th of August 2012

Follwing both potterbarnkids and projectnursery on twitter!


Monday 23rd of April 2012

I follow on fb and with the newsletter. This crib would be perfect for my two month old instead of getting his sisters.