A few days ago Momtrends, Project Nurseryand the MDB Family hosted a fun nursery trend event where they showcased cribs and furnishings from the MDB Family and room accessories and styling tips to create the perfect first room for a new baby.
Held at Bellamy Blue/Elk Studios, the event included influential editors and bloggers from the NYC-area who had the chance to view three nurseries styled and designed by Pamela Ginocchio and Melisa Fuhr of Project Nursery. They also spoke of this unique partnership with the MDB Family and their consortium of brands (Million Dollar Baby, DaVinci, babyletto, nurseryworks, Franklin & Ben and ubabub) and how their products are designed to improve and enhance the lives of families worldwide.
The nurseries on display featured looks for different personalities including princess/rock star chic with a customized picture from Sam Simon to a jungle-inspired room and an ode to the city complete with car wall decals and beautiful wall art from Children Inspire Design featuring their unique line of eco-friendly artwork. Every room was unique and showcased how much fun new parents can have with their baby's first room that doesn't have to look 'cookie cutter' perfect or color coordinated.
Editors and writers from the NYC-area were also able to participate in this exciting event where they had the opportunity to compete in a friendly nursery design challenge using cribs from the MDB Family and stylish nursery accessories. Teams were able to use any accessories from the showroom and create their own unique and personal space for a new baby. Teams rearranged, shuffled and mixed and matched rooms to create three diverse and stylish rooms. The winning team (team blue) won a crib from the MDB Family and walked away with tons of inspiring ideas.
The event was also held a few weeks post-Sandy so Momtrends decided to team up with Good+Foundation, a non-profit that gets new and used baby gear and clothing, where guests had the opportunity to give back and donate diapers, wipes and toiletries to families in need. In the end, three bins of goods were collected as well as several boxes more donated to Momtrends right after Sandy.
An evening of style, design and charity, the MDB Style event showcased how the modern parent could have the nursery of their dreams using furnishings from the MDB Family, tips from Project Nursery and the latest trends from Momtrends.
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