1. Hi- I’ve been looking for this cot everywhere- could you tell me where it is from/the brand???

    Thanks so much,

  2. Where can I get the crib sheet first grandson due in December.

  3. Where can I buy that crib sheet? Thanks!

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  5. Jessica says...

    Where can I find this crib sheet!? Please let me know, I absolutely love it!

  6. Black and white always sounds like special style in any need of design. That is one of my favorite. Awesome work.

  7. kristi Hayes says...

    Where is this crib sheet set from?

  8. Any hint on where to buy that amazing crib sheet?

  9. What an amazing room! :)

    I’ve just joined Pintrest & the first link I clicked on linked back to you! :D

    Lots of Love
    Momma B & Babyboy
    xxx

  10. HI:)
    Yes Kjersti has a georgeus blog! (and so do you.
    she is verry “faithful” to here style.
    Love it! verry Norwegian:)

    Best regards from Norway
    Beate

    ps: Hope you having a fab holiday:)

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  13. that crib sheet is awesome!

  14. Anonymous says...

    Does anyone know where I can find a crib like this? I can’t find them anywhere in the UK!

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  16. Anonymous says...

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  17. Loving the crib sheet!

  18. Love the nursery!! Any idea who makes the crib and the crib sheet? I want to go to there.

  19. I also love the grey sheepskin in the nursery… I think it looks at once comfortable and sophisticated, no?

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  20. ohh I love Dalì!!!

  21. Any source for the crib itself?

  22. LOOOVE that crib! so cool.

  23. I am in love with the crib

  24. Elizabeth says...

    Love the decor but those sheets…that deer head freaks me out!

  25. S. says...

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  26. Agreed. Love the Dali poster. I want one now.

  27. gorgeous! I absolutely love the muted tones for a baby room. I’ve never been big on the bright pink or blues…

  28. oooh love the dali print!! x

  29. I love the crib sheet set!

  30. Whoa that deer is intense, but the crib is perfect:) Hope you’re enjoying California!

    Julie xo

  31. oh i love the crib sheet! so fun and childlike, but not silly. that baby’s gonna be very, very hip!

  32. I love the idea of a black/white/gray nursery! This one is beautiful, although I’d wig out if I had to sleep on a giant deer head image like that…

  33. I love the crazy print of Dali

  34. that crib is gorgeous! what a lovely, sophisticated nursery.

  35. loving that dali poster :)

  36. actually I think the life of Dahli is so much more interesting than his art…

  37. Awesome designs!
    I love the crib sheet, but Dali’s photograph has its own beauty to it as well!
    Thank you for sharing!
    Happy Holidays!

  38. So lovely!Especially the crib sheet…

    ~F

  39. Love it! It’s a great use of black and white. And the crib is so original.

    Good print of Mr. Dalí, although I wouldn’t use it on my own house… I wouldn’t want those piercing eyes staring at me all the time! Lol

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  40. OMG. LOVE the crib sheet!

  41. I love those two pictures! The crib sheet is great!
    : )

  42. That nursery is to-die-for! so inspiring, thanks.

  43. I’d like to grow up in a room like that. Lucky baby!

  44. Love the black and white! Hope you are enjoying your visit…and that the rain has stopped.

  45. This nursery looks great, I love the crib sheet (and the rug and the wooden train), I hope you’re enjoying California xx

  46. I love the black and white but does anyone else finds Dalí a little creepy? Hehe. Those eyes! That moustache!

  47. ADORE!

  48. Omg how cute is that crib sheet?! Adorable♥

    xoxo
    Ai

  49. like the crib and this woddy-train. My Mia (2,5 years’old) is dreaming about this kind of train and of course whe will find it next to the christmass tree :)

    really nice B&W home decor post! Like it!

    have a nice day,
    Ola

  50. That crib sheet is brilliant! Im a big fan of black & white decor! Its so clean and fresh. Have a sunny day:)