Pali Cribs: Italian Style, but Not Too Carmela

Pali Cribs: Italian Style, but Not Too Carmela

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Maxwell Ryan
May 12, 2004

If you want style, go Italian. A client showed me this Pali crib for their forthcoming sweet-pea, and I had to borrow the catalogue from them and blog it, because the lines are so clean, with just a little bit of Italian nursery room romance thrown in. Starting in 1919, Ermengildo Pali made chairs with handtools in his kitchen. Nearly a century later, the fourth generation of the Pali family steers the rather large company which now manufactures cribs and children's furniture. Using non-toxic lacquers and solid wood, Pali produces 20 crib models (@ $300-700) and 10 children's rooms. They can all be seen at www.paliitaly.com or bought at:

Albee Baby Carriage - 715 Amsterdam Ave. - 212.662.8902
Planet Kids - 247 E. 86th St. - 212.426.2040
Planet Kids - 2688 Broadway (near 102) - 212.864.8705
MGR

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