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How to Set Up a Nursery

June 8, 2017 , In: DIY Projects and Tutorials , With: No Comments
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What better way to welcome home your new collectible doll, than preparing a nursery for her? It can be a permanent room, or even just a temporary space. What’s important is the thought and care that goes into setting it up. Either way, it will be a special place for the two of you.

It may seem a bit overwhelming at first, trying to prioritize needs. But just use our checklist below as a guide, and your nursery will be up and running in no time!

Sleep
Bassinet for Baby Doll:  This classic basket style wicker bassinet is beautifully handcrafted and has a luxuriously padded, satiny white liner and pillow, trimmed with delicate lace and pretty pink ribbons. It’s a perfect solution for keeping your baby doll close.

Rocking Doll Cradle: Lull your baby doll to sleep in this heirloom doll cradle. It is handcrafted of wood with a pristine white finish; and also comes with a pink gingham mattress, blanket and pillow. This cradle also features a smooth motion that rocks at the touch of a finger, perfect for sweet slumber.

Eat
Classic High Chair: All babies need to eat! Make mealtime fun with this darling high chair, exclusively from The Ashton-Drake Galleries. Finely crafted with a crisp white painted finish, this baby doll high chair is as sweet as it is sturdy.

Storage
White Armoire with Hangers: Corral all of your sweet baby doll outfits in one place! This wardrobe is beautifully designed and features double hinged doors with adorable pink knobs. It opens to reveal three shelves for storage, plus a rod with three pink hangers to keep your doll’s outfits ready for any occasion.

Clothing
Knit Sweater and Hat: This sweet, custom-designed matching sweater and hat set is lovely for chilly mornings.  The fresh aqua color coordinates well with white ribbon for a timeless look.

Pink Gingham Party Dress: A charming outfit complete with accessories that includes a custom-designed dress, bloomers, and a matching knit shrug and headband.

 

For more options, be sure to browse our selection of accessories at The Ashton-Drake Galleries!  Do you have a nursery set up for your doll? Let us know in a comment below, or drop us an email! We love seeing your pictures!

 

 

 

 

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Melissa Anne Miller

Welcome to the Ashton-Drake Galleries Blog! Join me in celebrating the joys of doll collecting, from sweet baby dolls to portrait dolls and more, each lovingly created by acclaimed Master Doll Artists. I'll also be sharing useful tips for caring for your Ashton-Drake dolls and more. Stay tuned!