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A Well-Dressed Nursery


The other morning I stumbled upon an article about the talent behind House on Simply Stated. In the afternoon I browsed through a gorgeous new design book at Borders called the The Well-Dressed Home. By evening, I found myself drooling over an amazing crib bedding collection carried by Layla Grayce. If that’s not a sign to blog about Annette Tatum, the textile designer behind all of the above, then I don’t know what is! With so many beautiful patterns to choose from such as retro bamboo, elegant brocade and bright bingo-like dots, a touch of your personality is guaranteed to come through in the design of your baby’s nursery. And with respectable celebrity endorsements from Hollywood Moms such a Minnie Driver and Marcia Cross, surely one can expect great things from Annette Tatum! Keep tabs on Annette by visiting her charming blog and for a peek into those A-list real rooms.

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  1. avatar admin says:

    AmyF says:

    December 27, 2009 at 9:54 pm

    I love the daybed! Where might I find it or something similar?

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    elegantlinens4 says:

    November 13, 2009 at 4:11 pm

    If you’re looking for some fantastic Designer Baby Bedding visit We offer an exquisite selection of bedding in numerous patterns, styles and fabrics. Our sales associates can assist you in putting together the perfect nursery and answer any questions you might have about our products. With our reasonable pricing and great customer service you will not be disappointed.

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    DeBeauxSouvenirs says:

    October 25, 2009 at 2:11 pm

    In fact, I can create the “baby” sign on order, with the dimensions of your choice. Convo me by my Etsy shop.
    And thank you Little Apple Design LA for trusting me !

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    Little Apple Design LA says:

    October 22, 2009 at 7:06 pm

    Hi April, I feel like I’ve seen the wire baby sign before but I have never seen it sold. It’s definitely something you can try to make with heavy wire and some pliers. Also, there are a lot of wire artists out there and I’m sure can get something commissioned.

    Here’s a link I found for you via etsy.

    Best of luck!

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    april says:

    October 21, 2009 at 6:26 am

    where can I find that “baby” sign??? I’ve been looking everywhere for one!