I don’t typically like the convertible cribs with high backs that are supposed to be reused as headboards, but there’s just something about the Park West Collection from Westwood Design that allows me to accept that detail in this particular crib. With its straight lines and Walnut finish, the collection caught my eye from the first time I saw it at the ABC Kids Expo. I don’t know why it’s taken me so long to use it in a design, but this was a lot of fun to put together.
1- Centric Mobile from Schmitt Design- $198
2- Westwood Design Park West Dressing Combo Plus, Walnut– $500
Westwood Design Park West Dresser Hutch, Walnut– $350
Gold Piggy Bank from Jonathan Adler- $168
3- NYC from Staten Island by Matte Stephens on poster cabaret- $60
4- Roddy The Owl Screenprint from Roddy and Ginger- $40
5- Westwood Design Park West Convertible Crib, Walnut– $500
6- Sasha Floor Lamp from Room & Board- $400
7- Spindle Clock by George Nelson- $525
8- Cloud Pillow- Gray from blabla kids- $62
Pin Dot Moss Fitted Crib Sheet from DwellStudio- $40
9- Jensen Chair in Geo Citrine from DwellStudio- $1725
Woodrow the wood grain bunny from Sleepy King- $30
10- Surya Aimee Wilder AIW-3 Rug– 5′ x 8′- $770 (see the rug in a room)
This room got a little pricey so I’m including some less expensive ideas…
While I love DwellStudio’s Jensen Chair, this Mid Century Wood Lounge Chair for $325 is a more reasonable option.
The Nelson clock is a big expense, but you can easily find something cool for a lot less. How about this Mid Century Modern Inspired Clock from CoMod ($119) or this Sunburst Star Spoke Wall Clock Modern Abstract ($90).
Now the most expensive thing in the room would be the rug, and I think you’ve gotta splurge somewhere!