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Jenny Lind Cribs

I am in the process of turning my daughter’s room into my daughters’ room. The crib that Estelle has as a baby was beautiful, but huge. Now that we are cramming two kids into the tiny room it has to go. I have landed on replacing it with a Jenny Lind crib to match the cradle and changing table I currently have in my master, where baby is currently bunking. While trying track one down I was stunned by this style of crib’s versatility and popularity. I was also surprised to learn that it is not a brand of crib but a style named after a an opera singer from the 1850′s.

Here is a little round up of some colorful Jenny Lind cribs:







Or there is the plain white option:

So what do you guys think? Painted or plain?

January 31st, 2012

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  1. I’m obsessed with Jenny Lind cribs. I wanted one when I had Lyla, but didn’t get it. Ah regrets! Anyway, you should totally paint it. I would totally paint it. Okay, that’s my two cents. :)


    31 Jan 12 at 1:38 pm

  2. Paint it and paint it bright! Guess whose opinion this one is……

    Rita Davis

    31 Jan 12 at 6:31 pm

  3. Ooo!!!! So pretty. You know, I love me some color, so I vote with the painted version. Although, the white looks really cool too if you added lots of color somewhere else.


    1 Feb 12 at 9:31 am

  4. i say go bold too!


    1 Feb 12 at 5:52 pm

  5. Oh man. I feel like I have to do color now! I got the crib in this week. Stupid Amazon Prime, it is like crack for the impulsive shopper in me. Now I am going to have to post a pic of the rest of the room so you can tell me what color to go with!


    4 Feb 12 at 1:12 pm

  6. This is exactly the crib that I had for all 3 of my kids. Loved it! I left it white for all of them but did each of their rooms in a different color when it was their turn. Post pics of what you decided to do!


    18 Mar 12 at 5:00 pm

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