Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Babyletto Skip Collection: Mid-Century Details Make These Items Both Stunning And Versatile!

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With classic mid-century details, like gently tapered feet and framed panels, the fresh Skip Collection is stunning as it is versatile. Designed by Babyletto in partnership with acclaimed interior and product designer, Jennifer DeLonge, the Skip Collection is destined to be an instant hit that will lend your nursery years of beautiful comfort. My Urban Child is proud to add this new collection to our offerings, and the Skip Crib is on sale for only $299!
Babyletto Skip 3-in-1 Convertible Crib with Toddler Rail in Chestnut
The Skip 3-in-1 Convertible Crib converts into both toddler and day beds, so it grows with your baby (toddler rail included). It also takes your baby’s growth into account with four adjustable mattress positions, so baby can always rest at a safe level that is comfortable for mom and dad. The Babyletto lower crib profile style also boosts the comfort and convenience of fixed-side cribs for parents. The Skip Crib is crafted from sustainable New Zealand pine wood, and finished in a beautiful chestnut with white panels. This item pairs exceptionally well with the matching Skip 3 Drawer Changer Dresser.
Babyletto Skip Changer Dresser in Chestnut
The beautiful Skip Changer Dresser is a nod to California's modernist movement.  Modern proportions frame the contrasting drawer fronts and tapered feet keep the dresser standing proudly. With a removable changing tray and three sturdy drawers, this Babyletto Changer is a functional and attractive addition to your nursery. Once baby has grown out of using the changer it can be removed to leave a functional dresser. The drawers smoothly and gently slide open thanks to metal glide hardware. Stop mechanisms on the drawers keep baby safe by ensuring drawers can't be pulled all the way out. An anti-tip kit is included with the changer dresser to further enhance safety by attaching the dresser to the wall.

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