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Sustainable Craftsmanship

Jenny Walker is bringing you the finest in quality while remaining environmentally responsible working with partners that generate their own heating through renewable clean burn resources and offering Greenguard Gold certified products. The collection includes a bassinet upholstered with wool tweed and Italian leather by Holland & Sherry and an aluminum stand that can be repurposed. Visit our online store to learn more.


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Hand produced yielding heirloom pieces meant to be passed on from generation to generation.


Jenny Walker has a message for moms the world over. “You can buy nice things for kids!” When Walker was pregnant with daughter in 2014, she wanted to create a chic space for the baby to grow into-rather than the frothy pink nursery new mothers so often go for.
— Modern Luxury
Someone had to think of it. It just happened to be Jenny Walker. The American designer has made this sturdy cot in walnut and Italian leather, offering the child a protected space.
— Milk Magazine
At the birth of her first child, Jenny Walker had the beautiful idea of creating furniture that could follow the evolution of the baby lasting several years. Not so easy but yet feasible.
— Kids Magazine
When designing her baby’s nursery in 2014, Jenny Walker set out on a quest to find furnishings that were safe for an infant but could also be repurposed once they outgrew them. With little on the market, her idea for a new business had been born.
— The Tot



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As a former personal assistant to singer/songwriter George Michael, I was fortunate to work with some of the best artists and designers in the country and arguably the world. So it is not a huge surprise that I had pretty high expectations for my first born’s nursery and because I did not know the gender of the baby I was not interested in pink or blue stories. Furthermore, I was not interested in purchasing plastic but rather searched for sustainable organic products … this is where my journey began.