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About Bananafish

Risa Popkin's Bananafish is in the business of spoiling babies. An industry leader in the infant bedding and nursery décor worlds since the 1990s, Bananafish (the name comes from a J.D. Salinger short story) combines luxury and comfort to create plush cribs, cozy stroller blankets, stylish diaper bags and toy bags, and other products appealing to both babies and moms. Bananafish’s extensive collection of baby bedding sets ranges from the polka-dotted Dex to the Love Bird — a pink-and-pastel embroidered set designed by Lucky Duck Studios; bolster pillows and valances add the finishing touches to Baby's bedroom suite. Based in Newark, Bananafish has appeared in the pages of Pregnancy and Time Out magazines.

Past Sales Featuring Bananafish

Sale Ended October 31, 2011

Fab Finds: Children's Home Products

If your kid's room needs a makeover, you've come to the right place. Create a dazzling new decor with charming wallpaper from Aimee Wilder; modern rockers, twin beds, and dressers from Nurseryworks; birdhouse nightlights from Modern Treetop Baby; and beanbag chairs from Cocoon Couture.

Sale Ended June 30, 2011

Decorate Your Child's Dream Room!

Whether your little one is a robot-obsessed technophile or a princess-preoccupied dreamer, this sale's got all the components you need to design his or her ideal bedroom. Expect to find basics like artsy mobiles and beautiful blankets, plus cool graphic wallpaper, bold rugs, and ornate extras to the tune of chandeliers and wall sconces—everything you need to indulge in a little extreme home makeover of your own.

Sale Ended June 30, 2011

Decorate with...Bananafish Nursery Bedding & Mobiles

It's only natural to want everything to be perfect for your newborn, and the plush designs in this array certainly rise to the occasion. We've got crib bedding sets in too-cute animal and floral prints, all rendered in soft cotton that babies' skin will love, as well as matching lullaby mobiles, which are sure to lull newborns into sweet dreams—though we make no promises to get them to sleep through the night.