For every new parent, a child is obviously the most precious gift of all—but that doesn’t mean they won’t appreciate a stylish crib or changing table, too. Thanks to Maisonette, baby showers are about to get much chicer: Today, the boutique launched a baby registry service so parents-to-be can curate the furniture, toys, clothes, and gear they really want.
If you’re expecting but overwhelmed by all the baby things on the market, Maisonette has made the registry process a breeze. You can shop by nursery theme (bohemian, classic, modern, Scandi, and whimsical), and even take a peek at the registries of celebrity moms, like Lily Aldridge, Daphne Oz, and Diane Kruger.
You’ll also find exclusive Maisonette collaborations with such brands as January Moon, Marysia, and Petite Lucette. After all, the newborn in your life deserves to have the prettiest pacifier clip around. Shop Maisonette founders Sylvana Ward Durrett and Luisana Mendoza de Roccia’s top five picks, below—or add them to your own baby registry.
“A carrier is a must. It frees you up to move around the house, deal with other kids, and run quick errands. My mom used to joke that my third daughter had a fourth trimester in the carrier. We decided to travel when she was 2 months old, and she basically lived in it for the month we were on the go—it’s particularly useful when you need to move seamlessly through the airport.” —Luisana Mendoza de Roccia
“A nursery just isn’t complete without a magical night-light. This Little Lights rainbow lamp adds the perfect amount of color and whimsy to any room.” —Sylvana Ward Durrett
“This swaddle gift set is every new mother’s dream. Each one has the most elegant design; it makes you forget it’s an everyday essential.” —Durrett
“All three of the products in this set are game changers, especially the Knight in Armor Body Oil. It’s so good that I use it when my skin needs some extra-special care.” —Durrett
“A sound machine will be your lifeline—I’ve never turned mine off. It really does help to soothe the baby and help them sleep. It’s designed to be portable, so you can use it anywhere: in the stroller, in the car, wherever you need it.” —Durrett