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The green crib: Odds and ends
In this week's 'green crib' post, focus takes a holiday as I wrangle up a hodgepodge of eco-friendly nursery furnishings and accessories.
Mon, Nov 01, 2010 at 08:55 AM
Maple Shade Kids Eco Friendly Turtle Peg Rack available at Franklin Goose.
Welcome to this week's installment of “The green crib,” a series of posts where I focus on a single room in the home where an adult’s good green influence — and decorating sense — will ideally rub off on said room’s primary inhabitant: a little one.
This week is all about variety with a look at 10 sundry nursery items ranging from from adorable small storage solutions to energy-efficient baby monitors to surfboard-shaped growth charts made from sustainable wood. Stay tuned for more neatly "categorized" posts where I'll be tackling pillows and stuffed animals, wallpaper and wall decals, toys for aspiring eco-architects, and, of course, cribs.
3 Sprouts Organic Calypso the Crocodile Hanging Wall Organizer @ Greenbambino
Twinkle Living Milan's Imaginary Friend Mat @ fawn&forest
Philips Eco DECT Baby Monitor @ giggle
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