Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Baby's first boat

I about flipped when I saw these baby boat cradles from Beaver Boat Works. Aren't they darling!


 Built by hand in Texas as a true ship's tender.
This one is cypress planks on mahogany, but you can order other woods.
Eco friendly finishes available too.


Davit style suspension system allows for rocking your little one to sleep.


Custom bedding is available for extra comfort.

Now you might be thinking well little ones will grow out of it so quickly.

Don't worry this ship is built to take on more serious tasks.
Like being converted into a rocker or my favorite,

a wagon!


Can you imagine pulling this around the block?


And after that you can always make into a coffee table.

This would be neat in adult size wouldn't it?  So much cooler then a hammock.

Thanks for stopping by everyone.

37 comments:

Linda said...

How cute is this, Rita!? Really fun!

becky at abbeystyle said...

What a find!!!! Isn't there a common phrase, "rock the boat, baby," part of a song or something? Boats and rocking go hand in hand! This is an ingenious invention and it should SELL WELL!

michelle said...

OMGOODNESS that is the cutest thing that I have ever seen!!! And so many uses so it so worth it!! I am in love!!

Tonia Hobbs said...

Those are the most adorable things I have ever seen! Who knew? Thank you for sharing!!!

Peggy and Fritz said...

OMG that is the cutest thing I have ever seen.

WhiteWhispers2u said...

Oh I want one! I Love that wagon and so would our lil guy.Happy New Year! ~Cheers Kim

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

wow....after baby,..... if I had a beach house I could think of a million uses for this. How about a drink holder at a beach party for one. :) Happy New Year. xoxo

Amy VanDerLee said...

Thanks so much for featuring my work! I'm honored.

simpledaisy said...

Those are so adorable!!! I wish they made them in adult size:)

Laura @ the shorehouse. said...

Oh MY! Do they come in queen size? :-)

Seagrass Interiors said...

Oh my gosh these are too cute!

Melissa

Burlap Luxe said...

Ooooh!! Rita,
I just adore them. I have seen them by different companies at the buyers marts for interior designers.

I would so have one if I were living on the water and had a young one.

There are so many cute things to design with, and I would so get wrapped up with all the latest trends to work into our passion for home decor.

I will see you soon keep inspiring us all :)
xx
Dore

PJ @ Home Decor Accents | Outdoor Garden Decorations said...

They are darling!
I just love the wagon. I'm sure if you pull your kids around the block in a wagon like that you will earn some attention. LOL
If they were available in adult size I'm sure my hubby would order one and throw his good old hammock away.

Lady Grey said...

These are seriously adorable!

classic • casual • home said...

Oh ho man ....very cool. Bet they are expensive, right?
Mary Ann

SeaChele said...

This is SO cool!! Thanks for sharing!

Maya @ Completely Coastal said...

Sweet!!!

Burlap Luxe said...

Hi Rita dear,
Just returning to see what you have been up to :)
Hope all is well, I am sure you are coming up with another great post!

xoxo
Dore

La Dolfina said...

Hi Rita my sweet friend!!!
I must apologize not coming round much over the holidays... Let's just say I'm glad they are over!
Something been's missing in my life and I just figured out it was YOU!!!!
Boy do I miss you...
I owe you a call!!!
I hope everything is OK?
Love,

Terri

Country Livin' said...

they are too cute and yes an adult size would be fab to lounge in!!
Trish xo

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Cori@WhereYouHangYourHeart said...

Your blog and your Etsy shop are lovely! I will definitely put the "Paris" spoon on my wish list! Nice work!

mary said...

Hi! Nice to find you! I am a new blogger and a beacher and this is a fab post! Can't wait to follow you! xox

Reasonably Chubby said...

Rita!!! Has it really been two whole weeks since you've blogged? Because what's weird is it must be contagious! :) I love these boat cradles. ADORABLE.

InMyOwnStyle said...

Hi Rita-

This boat is so cute, what a clever idea. I am thinking the baby might get a little seasick :) hee hee. It is all snowy here and seeing this little boat is reminding me relaxing while laying in an open row boat bobbin up and down with the sun warming my skin. Thinking of this scenario is getting me through this winter.
My best- Diane

Susan said...

Hi, I just discovered your blog, and I love it!

Those baby cradles are adorable!

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Tootie said...

Those are the cutest things ever! :)

Burlap Luxe said...

Hi Rita,
I hope all is well with you, or that you are just taking a rest ?

Missing you dirl :(

Let me know if all is well!

I hope I will hear that you are creating up a storm :)
xx
Dore

theoldboathouse said...

Hi Rita, Hope all is good in your part of the world, hadn't heard form you for ages and noticed you hadn't posted for a while xx Katherine

Slavica at Seductively French said...

that is too cute! very unique! -Slavica

bikim said...

what a great idea!
Rosa

Calming Scents said...

I love these! heading to check out prices...and yes I can see a ton of other uses after baby grows.

MyLittleLoves said...

wow they really are amazing xx

Rose West said...

This has to be the coolest thing ever! No adult sizes? I would give up my bed for that... well, maybe.

Classic Style said...

so cuuute ;)

Steve PP said...

I have to make one of these out of driftwood, i'm constantly finding bits of old boat wash up on the beach.
Thanks for sharing!

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