When I was shopping for the baby’s nursery, trying to find quality furniture that was affordable was painful. When it arrived, the instructions were confusing and translated incorrectly. The assembly part was frustrating to my engineer husband, who finally had to design a couple of wood pieces to make it all work.
I wish I had a resource like Cribs & Kids, who recently opened at The Vineyard Shopping Center in San Antonio.
As the largest baby showroom in the city, Cribs & Kids is the brain child of Courtney Santillano and her husband.
What I loved about Cribs & Kids was how they designed mini-rooms to showcase the more than 30 sets of furniture they sell. Plus each mini-showcase gives you wonderful decorating ideas for a nursery. They sell furniture from Baby’s Dream, Munire, Young America, Nursery Classics and Dutailier.
Courtney has wisely chosen furniture that is sturdy and built to grow with a child. The Young American brand caught my eye. My boys loved the bunk bed that was featured, and I really like the dresser that matched it, and it’s large array of drawers. I really felt like this is a nice durable set that could withstand two rowdy boys.
Crib & Kids is also a full design center to assist you in creating your dream nursery or children’s room. Their staff can help you create a space for your child that is a balance between style, character and functionality.
Of course they have more in their store besides cribs, changing tables and dressers — they also have an array of cute baby gifts, strollers, mattresses, diaper bags, and more.
Crib & Kids is giving away a Baby’s Dream Crib (or $200 credit towards children’s furniture). One winner will be selected and can choose from either the Baby’s Dream Brooklyn Crib (espresso) or the Baby’s Dream Chelsea Crib (white). The value of the crib is $399. Please note shipping will NOT be included (it can be picked up in-store). Additionally, if the winner elects for the $200 credit, it may only be used towards furniture.
Congratulations to Laura H-D for winning this giveaway!
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