Sunday, August 29, 2010

Cinderella, did someone call?




Knowing all of you love a  fairytale motif in a baby's room
(where else in the house can you go so theme-crazy?)
 but find most options way too overdone and over-ruffled for our sophisticated taste,
I simply couldn't wait to post about this amazing baby bed. 

This Cinderella Carriage Crib
is another story, however, as it manages to look equally at home
directly in a fairytale or in a tastefully decorated room fit for a little princess.
 Handcrafted by wrought iron furniture maker Corsican
it features the iconic pumpkin shape
 embellished with big carriage wheels,
trailing vines, rosettes decorating every joint, and a garland of leaves
at the crown complete with little birdies.
A beautiful magic pumpkin that won't go anywhere at midnight.
$3,759

you saw it here first.




12 comments:

  1. Marsha

    That is truly precious. Whimsical, enchanting any dear one would be happy to have it. Although I had boys, now grown but alas no grand children , if I had money to play with I would put it in the garden or the sun room, and plant vines and make a bed of roses and moss.

    Well it is fun to dream.

    Cheers,
    Joanny

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  2. Loved it, a lovely way to start my Sunday,

    Yvonne,

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  3. Oh, I just love it....beautiful!

    And I LOVE the Sting song you are playing...."Fragile" is one of his best tracks I think xoxo

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  4. That has flipped me out. How Darling.
    Can you imaging your GrandDaughter in that.
    It's wonderful.

    yvonne

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  5. My Coumputer is getting nuts, I just sent a comment and it did't acknowledge it.

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  6. Marsha, definitely a work of splendor!!

    My latest post has some intesting details of Kansas City. I hope you head my way one of these days!!

    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  7. Marsha, oh God how I love this! stop over, read, and please follow my new blog.
    http://www.beenblogged2.blogspot.com/

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  8. Over the top and gorgeous. Thanks for introducing the design. Cherry Kay

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  9. I am smitten with this bed...can they make a grown-up girl version? Once it has served it's purpose in the nursery, imagine how it would look on the veranda or in the garden, planted with flowers and tangled vines.

    ~jermaine

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  10. Absolutely for a very special princess who will live happily ever after. I'd love to see it in a decorated room--amazing!

    Debi

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  11. That is truly a fairytale come true! I would love to see the ending to that beautiful beginning :) What a debut!!

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