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Out of Sight, Out of Mind Children’s Furniture

I tell you the Europeans have it all figured out.  For those of you who live in a large urban city or small beach town, you are more than likely in need of more floor and storage space.  For an immediate solution, look to wall storage for items such as a desk or changer in a child’s room.

This first design is a desk from Junior Living in Denmark. The desk has space for drawing equipment, books, small lamp, and even a 17″ computer or tv screen. Small enough to fit in a playroom, den, kitchen or bedroom.

The Nathi Change Table by Bo Design is a wall mounted changing table made out of bent wood.  Available in whitewash, white or walnut. The Swedish design is both stylish, discrete, and functional. This would even allow you to have the changer placed in the bathroom next to running water – so practical.

Now what about the crib you say?  That won’t fit on a wall. Well Bloom Baby has developed the Alma Papa crib collection just to satisfy the need of parents who  want a full sized crib out for only nap or bed time and put away when not in use.  (Also a great alternative for grandma’s house).

The beautiful modern solid wood and stainless steel detailed crib is suitable for children up to 4 years old and comes in frost grey, espresso, and coconut white. Honestly the four dad founders of Bloom Baby could very well be American, but I’m almost 100% sure they hail from Europe.  Someone please correct me if I am wrong.  If they are American, go USA!


Friday 18th of March 2011

That crib is lovely. I'm concerned though if all those folds are safe for baby? Also, I really adore that desk!


Thursday 17th of March 2011

Wow. I think that what makes the desk from Junior Living and the Nathi Change Table a whole lot better than the ones we have here is that they serve another purpose other than just being used for storage. The fact that both have great designs which are easy on the eyes help too.