Wow, you know what? Celebrities are just like us. If by "celebrities," you mean Brooke Burke , and by "us," you mean people whose wildly unsafe-but-photogenic nursery furniture causes online comment riots.
Before the whole DIY crib of death freakout on Design*Sponge today, there was a similar outbreak of WTF at Celebrity Baby Blog; a couple of weeks ago, photos of Burke's new double nursery, designed by an outfit called Nursery Couture, set the commenters to commenting.
Seems that some people saw the curtains of long, free-flowing ribbons surrounding the cribs as something of a strangulation hazard. Then there were the throw pillows and blankets in the cribs. And the 13-month old kid in a crib where the railing came up to her knees.
Nursery Couture stepped in to clarify that the whole thing was just styled that way for a photoshoot. And anyway, "if you look closely," there's a layer of tulle  that kept all those strangleribbons out of reach. Can't you see it? Uh, no, you can't, and there are photos of the kid playing with ribbons dangling into the crib, so I think it's either useless or not there. And of the many sites that published the photos--including the photo agency's own--the only one that mentioned a disclaimer is the one with the freakout.
Gee, what kind of world are we living in if you can't trust celebrities, nursery stylists, kid-free DIY'ers, or blogs to keep your kid safe in bed??
Brooke Burke prepares nursery for Rain and new son [celebrity-babies.com]
Previously: Ooh! DIY Crib of Death!
 uh, reporter on Monk? I only know her because the arrogant, b-school jerk her baby daddy David Charvet played on Melrose Place was supposedly named after me. Long story.
 pronounced "tool," I find out, as in hardware, not "tull" as in Jethro.