Utah and its Grand Circle of national parks and monuments can inspire a bedding set as well. The hoodoos and other strange rock formation of Bryce Canyon National Park, for instance, can inspire intricate stitching, as can the ancient cliff dwellings unearthed in Mesa Verde National Park. Designs inspired by the Grand Canyon will feature the warm tones of a sunset over the South Rim and the refreshing blues of the Colorado River running through it.
Take into consideration how long you want to use this bedding. To get the most "bang for your buck", use themes and colors that are lasting and will grow with your baby boy's development. For instance, the sports theme mentioned above. Try to avoid themes such as, nursery rhymes, these have a "short shelf life". Just my opinion.
Usually metal beds in the old west would become a type of family heirloom. They might get passed down from generation to generation and move along with a family as they changed houses. They were often made to be more lightweight to accommodate this. Many beds in the Old West as well as those made in later times to depict those of the true old West, are considered antiques.
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