Posted January 27, 2013 By babesta
There are a few great pieces left in the Babesta Floor Sample sale, so check them out. Or let us introduce you:
I'm a light gray crib, about 40 inches tall, I am made from sustainable managed forests. I love babies & would definitely contribute to sound sleeping and sweet dreams.
Hey, I'm Otto and I am the perfect playmate. I bring the creative spirit out in everyone. I am 21 3/4 inches tall, strong & sturdy, and of course, as you can see I'm blonde. Sorta the Fabio of playtables…
4 Drawer Dresser
I'm easy going, and can fit into almost any environment seamlessly. With 4 drawers, I can hold lots of clothes, toys, you name it. I'm about 34 inches tall and I'd love to find a modern crib or bed to complement.
I'm a light wood work of perfection. Style is my middle name. My sleek lines are just the start though. I'm comfortable and nurturing. And doggone it, babies love me.
For information about these lookers, call Babesta Cribz at 646 290 5508 or stop by at 56 Warren Street, NYC, between Church and West Broadway. www.babesta.com/warehouse-sale.html
Posted January 13, 2013 By babesta
Oeuf cribs and changers are due to get a price hike starting on the 15th, so it's a great idea to snap yours up today or tomorrow if you're in the market. Choose from the Classic Crib (a favorite style for its simplicity and adorable toddler conversion), Sparrow Crib (super stylish) and Rhea Crib (the new, more modern version of the Robin). Oeuf also recently introduced the Merlin dresser, in 3 drawers or 6 drawers. It lives up to its name, as it matches all of Oeuf's crib options, due to its modular design. Change the pulls & the feet and voila, it's a perfect companion for any crib style.
New Rhea Crib below & Merlin Dressers after the jump
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Posted September 6, 2012 By babesta
Just wanted to give a shout out to Elyse Kroll Interiors–the mastermind behind the Babesta Threads revamp. We can't say enough about Elyse – and we give her our highest recommendation if you're looking to spruce up your home or professional space. We didn't even know we were going to revamp Babesta until Elyse came in (after we tapped her to do the consultation we "won" at the PS 234 school auction). Her ideas were great and we could see her vision in our first conversation. Our interest was immediately piqued and we decided to just go for it. Our contractor was surprised ("we're revamping the space, are you free next week!?") but somehow it all came together. (OK I say somehow, but really it was all of us working round the clock). We love her creativity and resourcefulness coupled with a great ability to listen and understand our business needs and come up with attractive solutions to address each one. She definitely captured the Babesta vibe, helping us make our miniature space much more useful while keeping it super-cool. Some of the highlights: The orange and grey accent walls, the framed t-shirt wall, the center locker-tables, the back counter made out of kitchen cabnitry. We look forward to working with Elyse again-She rocks!
Posted June 20, 2012 By babesta
Yellow is my favorite color, so I was thrilled that Monte decided to add the bright and sunny color just in time for summertime. They picked a sophisticated shade that will look fabulous mixed with charcoal grey or full on, creating a pop of happiness for any room. http://www.babesta.com/Monte-Design/
Posted October 18, 2011 By babesta
We moved things around at Cribz, so that we had our Oeuf Classic Crib in the front for passersby to see. Many thought that we were just a stroller store, since the wheels were near the door, so we wanted to show that we’re the whole enchilada! From cribs & bedding to high chairs, bunk beds, play tables and more! Check out that skyline (painted with Crayola chalkboard paint!)
Posted June 7, 2011 By babesta
Maybe a little literal for the long haul, but this is cracking me up!
Posted March 24, 2011 By babesta
Waldo isn't too easy to find here because he's not wearing his red and white signature ensemble. It also isn't Waldo (I bet you guessed that!). His name is Liu Bolin, who's in the picture, but is camouflaged by the bulldozer. This remarkable artist was born in China, received his B.A. from Shandong Art College and M.F.A. from Central Academy of Fine Arts. He's currently based in Beijing. Do you see him?
He has more of his work at EK Fine Art. It's the arty-kid's hide and go seek. -RW
If your child digs bulldozers in his toybin more than on the wall, here are some groovy workhorses by Plan Toys. http://www.babesta.com/Mini-Bulldozer.html.