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I look at a lot of magazines and websites for these delights, and sometimes that leads to the most wonderful design déjà vu! Take this moon-shaped cradle from Creme Anglaise for example.

moon cradle

When I saw it, it immediately reminded me of a rustic take on this Limited Edition Piero Fornasetti Cradle I spied a few months ago. It’s made from recycled pallet wood, and is 100% handmade. Wouldn’t this be dreamy in a celestial-themed nursery? In fact, I think I know just the curtains that would go with it

34 Responses

  1. Sylvia Martha says:

    So nice <3

  2. Grandad says:

    OK, it's cute. But letting your baby sleep against recycled pallet wood?!? And there is nothing keeping them from falling out the lower half. This should be decoration only. No way my baby goes in there

  3. user31235869385 says:

    Can you make it

  4. lacey says:

    We made it for my niece, turned out SPECTACULAR!

    • Judie says:

      Where did you find the plans to make the moon cradle? I must make this for my grandson who will be named Orion…how fitting!

  5. zingmp3 says:

    where can i get the plans to build this moon prop cradle?

  6. larry tolbert says:

    I just made one for our son. I live in Amarillo tx. 806 282 9559 that's my phone number

  7. Tasha says:

    If u close to sc let me know

Briana MowreyBriana is a writer and senior editor for HGTV.com. Her self-described design style is "mid-century modern magpie." She lives in a Brooklyn apartment with her husband, their spoiled dachshund, Chauncey,...


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