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Carriage Crib: Kid Friendly or Are You Kidding?

All parents hope their children will live happily ever after, but this carriage crib is straight out of a fairytale. Equipped with a rear changing table, this pricey piece of furniture, sold at Petit Tresor for $14,899, is a place for lil princes and princesses to rest their heads.

Is this lux cradle a sweet dream or a nightmare?

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sparkleluvr sparkleluvr 9 years
The crib is gorgeous but totally unpractical. I mean, who has that kind of money to spend on a nursery renovation let alone one item to go in it? Plus, I'm just not sure it is that safe. At least the added the changing table on the back so it was at least a little multi-functional, but all in all this is a no go.
peepshow peepshow 9 years
If I was having a girl, yes. If I had an extra $15,000 lying around, yes. ('Cause, let's face it, if I have an extra $15,000 'lying around' I would already own the car I wanted!) But I'm having a boy, and only have an extra $10,000 lying around. ;)
txlatina txlatina 9 years
I like it but it needs color. I've been looking at bunk and loft beds for my daughters that have designs similar to this and this price is way too high. I wouldn't pay more than $2400 for it, especially considering its a bland white. It hardly has character.
d9rlcb d9rlcb 9 years
tyffi tyffi 9 years
It looks scary! And it's way too expensive - unless, you're Bill Gates.
KAEB06 KAEB06 9 years
Yea that's a little much....
lickety-split lickety-split 9 years
darling! but only for say $500. since the baby doesn't know what a carriage is this would obviously be for the parents and that makes it nuts for the $, even (imho) if you can afford it.
MotoLinz MotoLinz 9 years
the-kiki the-kiki 9 years
This is the "cheap" version. Posh tots has a carriage bed that's $30,000. Personally, I'd rather buy a car. Or two.
CoconutPie CoconutPie 9 years
It looks so scary.
snapsh0t snapsh0t 9 years
I really like the unique design, but the price is ridiculous.
bluecat1972 bluecat1972 9 years
Looks like a dust magnet, but if you could afford it you would have a!
bingkaycoy bingkaycoy 9 years
It looks very nice but I don't know if I could leave a baby there .
RobinFabulous RobinFabulous 9 years
I love it! I'd totally have it if I had that kind of money. I had the round bed with my oldest :-) Not that she ever slept in it
SwtLikeCandi1 SwtLikeCandi1 9 years
I just don't like those big wheels.
AliCherri1 AliCherri1 9 years
Buy a car or buy a crib!
wingedkiare wingedkiare 9 years
It looks pretty, but it's outrageous to spend that much for a crib.
millarci millarci 9 years
I think it looks cool, but I wouldn't of course be able to afford it.
Greggie Greggie 9 years
I wouldn't call it kid-friendly so much, but it's gorgeous. I can't imagine ever using it for a "prince." Like I could even remotely afford it for a "princess" either, of course. Even assuming we used a crib.
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