Published at Tuesday, July 31st, 2018 - 23:15:46 PM. . By Lynn Macdonald.
Retro patterns often include circles, polka dots, or paisley in their designs. Retro Circles nursery bedding by Hoohobbers baby bedding is a prime example of retro patterned nursery bedding, with bubbly circles in 70s-themed pinks, greens and muted yellows. Glenna Jean baby bedding offers two wonderful retro bedding collections Wave Length is a dominated by a wave pattern in brown and green straight from the past, and mocha and tan colored Flashback bedding features geometric printed circles and squares. Paisley Splash Green by My Baby Sam inc. is a fun nursery bedding set featuring a bevy of retro patterns including gingham, stripes, polka dots, and paisley print in brown, green and shades of blue. Vintage flair abounds in Flea Market nursery bedding by New Arrivals inc, featuring a hanky ruffled crib skirt comprised of individual vintage handkerchiefs sewn together, complemented by blue polka dot bumpers and red ticking ruffles and crib sheet. Sweet Potato baby bedding offers several retro nursery bedding sets featuring concentric squares Milo bedding set in punchy 60s orange, yellow, blue and green; Domain nursery bedding in 70s chocolate and blue; and Neutron crib bedding in mod black and white with splashes of orange. For a classic look that never goes out of style, try N. Selbys Garbo nursery bedding collection, an art deco design in simple, sophisticated shades of pink, gold, bronze and brown. Retro nursery bedding can easily create a vintage nursery by creating a focal point with nostalgic colors, patterns and designs. There are many bedding collections available in a wide selection of styles inspired by yesterdays fashions. Choose vintage nursery bedding to bring the best of the past into your modern nursery!
There are many benefits to using non toxic paints including: Easier clean-up with soap and waterEasier disposal optionsLess odor during application and usually no odor once the paint is dryA shorter waiting period to safely occupy the roomSignificant reduction in toxins released into the air Non toxic or Natural Paints These paints are produced by a variety of manufacturers and come in several options. Many of the paints are now available at mainstream home improvement stores as well as at local specialty paint stores. As with many eco-friendly products, there are no official federal guidelines regarding labeling, so VOC standards may vary by manufacturer. Consult the paint labels or ask your in-store paint specialist for clarification if you have questions. You can also look for paints that have Green Seal certifications.
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