Mason Gray’s Regency Crib

Mason Gray makes furniture right here in the United States. Designed in New York, built in Connecticut, their products evince good workmanship and environmental stewardship. Pieces are built with sustainably harvested hardwoods and finished with non-toxic, water-based glazes, paints, and stains. The company was founded on nostalgia: “That favorite chair. A trip to the beach. Lemonade on the porch. Memories are what inspired us to start Mason Gray. We want to take the familiar and make it new again.”

Regency Crib. Designed by Mason Gray.

Besides their fabulous collections of adult furniture, Mason Gray produces a children’s collection that includes miniature reproductions and interpretations of their grown-up pieces. Their Regency Crib offers a little bit of nobility for the nursery. Employing the regal cabochon detail from their Regency Bed, the crib of the same name features the design on both sides of the lacquered crib. Available with a toddler rail, the Regency Crib comes with fixed side rails and four adjustable mattress heights (the easier for you to retrieve your precious princes and princesses). Measuring 54W x 42.25H x 31.5D, this crib makes a bold statement. Choose from an incredible variety of lacquers, including pink, green, firefly, and chili. Add inset panels in a wide array of colors—grape, mink, downpour blue—and in many treatments—solid color glaze, worn silver, worn lacquer.

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Your babies can be as fashionable as you. For Palm Beach, the Regency Crib looks ideal in white lacquer with kelly green inset panels (very Lily Pulitzer). Techno-geeks in San Francisco might opt for the black raspberry lacquer with blue jeans inset panels—reminiscent of motherboards and foggy days. Barbie enthusiasts everywhere can’t resist the Regency in pink with sweet 16 panels, a softer shade of the cherubic hue. Whatever your desire, the Regency Crib puts your baby to sleep without lulling you into a style coma.

Posted January 4, 2010 by Alicita Rodriguez

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