Baby Goes Vintage

Baby Goes Vintage

Alejandra Valera
Oct 22, 2007
For those who feel that a more traditional style is just as fresh as anything modern, it appears as though the store Baby Goes Vintage was made just for them.

Since its start in 2003, the mission of Baby Goes Vintage has been to bring the best of vintage-inspired reproductions to parents, without all the dangers of real vintage wares. There are no sharp edges, small parts of lead paints to be found here, only beautiful antique style toys, books, bedding, rugs and more. We love the hand-hooked Row, Row Your Boat round wool rug, which would be a sweet addition to a boy's or girl's room. We also thought their hand-painted music boxes were quite lovely. Each music box has song lyrics printed on the back and is available in "How Much is that Doggy in the Window", "Brahms' Lullaby" and "Thank Heaven for Little Girls". Baby Goes Vintage also offers several dish gift sets, like this pastel colored enamelware set. We think we might have had a set similar to this one. But our favorite items are the nursery rhyme hankies. These adorable children's hankies feature scenes from Humpty Dumpty, Three Little Pigs and more. Whether you use the hankies as they were intended or for decorative purposes, you can't beat the price of only $3.75. Baby Goes Vintage also offers gift certificates and has a registry service. So if you are someone who firmly believes everything old is new, Baby Goes Vintage might be what you've been looking for.
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