The new additions are five pieces for the baby’s bedroom and beyond designed by Glenn Lawson and Grant Fenning of Lawson-Fenning.
Two upholstered headboards, the Harvard headboard and the Vale headboard are available in twin and full sizes. Three fabric choices are available. Fabric choices include microsuede in camel, ecru, lamb, mocha, and slate; twill in citrus, lime, mocha, and navy; and velvet in delft, lilac, and rosette. Having bold colors bring life and joy in a kid bedroom. You can also play with textures as it stimulates their senses.
Lawson-Fenning’s also designed the Spindle Crib, the Canterbury Changing Table and the Empire Rocker. Playful inspirations in the past mix with the easy, comfortable aesthetic of the mid-century modern style.
The collection has a true unique look that will please the parents who enjoy both the modern and the traditional styles. Couples often like different styles. The new Nurseryworks collection provides them a nice compromise.
For the true modernists, the Studio Crib is a space saver with its bottom drawer and a built-in adjustable changing table. Complete the room with a lime goodnight glider and ottoman. The studio crib can be converted to a toddler day bed. The changing table then acts as a writing desk.
+ Harvard Headboard for nurseryworks – starts at $725 USD
+ Vale Headboard by lawson-fenning for nurseryworks – starts at $625 USD
+ Canterbury Changing Table for nurseryworks – sugg. price: $1460 USD
+ Empire Rocker by lawson-fenning for nurseryworks – starts at $1100 USD
+ Spindle Crib by lawson-fenning for nurseryworks – sugg. price: $1350 USD
+ Studio Crib for nurseryworks – starts at $1780 USD