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Quiet Luxury for Babies Is a Thing—Here’s How to Elevate Your Registry
January 22, 2024

Quiet Luxury for Babies Is a Thing—Here’s How to Elevate Your Registry

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 Quiet Luxury for Babies Is a Thing—Here’s How to Elevate Your Registry.
 Quiet Luxury for Babies Is a Thing—Here’s How to Elevate Your Registry

You’ve probably heard the term “quiet luxury” trending over the last year or so. But what you might not know is that it’s totally a thing in the baby space, too. It’s understated, it’s spendy and it’s high quality. But you wouldn’t necessarily know it by looking at the pieces; they tend to blend in (and that’s kind of the point). The gear gives a minimalist yet polished aesthetic. While expensive doesn’t always mean better, the items on this list are subtle yet luxurious baby products that also boast a certain heirloom quality.

If you’re considering splurging on a piece or two, think about longevity—pick products that can grow with your baby or be passed down to future siblings and cousins. Nursery furniture (like dressers that double as changing tables and cribs that convert to toddler beds) is often worth investing in because it’s long-lasting. High-quality, everyday essentials you’ll likely get a bunch of use out of are also worth it. (Tip: if you’re worried about registering for pricey baby gear, consider setting it up as a group gift so friends and family can contribute what they’re comfortable and able to!) Or, just admire the pretty pieces on the list.

Here are our favorite luxury baby products that are worth the splurge.

Babylist’s Picks for the Best Quiet Luxury Baby Gear

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Briana Engelbrecht

Assistant Editor

Briana Engelbrecht is the Assistant Editor at Babylist, where she brings her passion for early childhood development and experience as a mom of two to Babylist articles and product guides. A former preschool teacher, she loves children’s picture books, cats, plants and making things.

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