All the excitement over this year’s Olympics and the pursuant Gold Medals and medalists has taken our thoughts to crib bedding for our recent blog posts: gold baby crib bedding, winning crib sets, and crib bedding sets with the same name as some of our inspirational gold medalists. Our thoughts now turn to a different category, our baby cribs, of which we have many, all styles, materials, and finishes.
When I think of gold, silver, and bronze, it has to be Bratt Decor that comes to mind. Their Casablanca Premier baby cribs and 3-in-1 Venetian Cribs come in Venetian Gold, Pewter, Slate, Antique White and Distressed White, and they’re all winners and top sellers! Just like Michael Phelps is the winner of the decade and century with his 22 Olympic medals, Bratt Decor is the overall winner as far as Happy Baby Cribs is concerned for the popularity, design and quality of all their cribs, especially these two styles of iron cribs. Exquisitely designed and crafted, they are very reasonably priced in comparison with their competition in the realm of metal cribs, and are of the utmost, finest quality, to boot. And unlike most metal cribs, Bratt Decor has recently redesigned these cribs to convert to toddler and day beds with the addition of their Toddler Daybed Conversion Kit.
Now, as far as silver cribs are concerned, Bratt Decor’s Chelsea Lifetime wood crib in Antique Silver, is sheer genius and unlike any other crib on the market, and it converts not only to toddler and day beds, but later to a full-size bed as the child grows, being not only economical but practical. The hand carvings accented in gold, together with the antique silver of the rest of the crib make this an absolutely stunning centerpiece in any nursery, and a cherished heirloom that will last generations.
Every four years we celebrate exhuberantly our US Olympic medalists who win the gold, silver, and bronze for their miraculous and record-breaking accomplishments and successes. We can also recognize and celebrate equally the accomplishments and successes every day life brings us, whether it be something as simple as the extraordinarily brilliant design of a single baby crib, or the breathtaking architectural mastery of a building. Any way you look at it, life is full of surprises and things to be grateful for. Isn’t that what life is all about: going beyond limitations, bettering who we are, having faith in and encouraging ourselves as well as others, and living the attitude of gratitude every moment of every day? That’s the ongoing challenge we all face, not just the Olympians, not just the creators of new products, but each and every one of us, each and every day. So let’s take the inspirational accomplishments of the Olympians, even those who gained no medals, but persevered to do their very best, and let us live our lives to the fullest, to be the best that we can be. If they can do it, so can we!
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