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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

21 Responses

  1. kate says:

    does anyone know the measurements to make this? it would be very helpful and an awesome piece for my husband and father to make for our son. I cant find them anywhere!

  2. JOAnn says:

    resucitationdesigns.com has the cradle, they hand make them. If you know anyone that is good at woodworking, they can make it from their description on the web site, it has the dimensions etc…

    • LACEY says:

      JoAnn, Can you confirm that web site address for the cradle please. I get an error code when I copy and paste it.

  3. nelson agrcia says:

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

  4. Pattie says:

    http://www.lolleyweb.com/drupal/moon-cradle here can get instructions for making.
    they also state to use a regular baby crib mattress

  5. did u guys see every time he said ” your ass” she start smiling like she wants sum

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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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