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A bedroom for you and your baby too

First of all, congratulations on your newest family member! Here's how to make space for your baby in your existing bedroom, without compromising style, comfort and a good night's sleep for all.

A combined bedroom and baby room with a grey upholstered bed, grey cot, grey changing table/chest of drawers, green walls.
A combined bedroom and baby room with a grey upholstered bed, grey cot, grey changing table/chest of drawers, green walls.

A cot that matches your style

Create a sleeping nook for your little one with this lovely cot. It comes in a grey colour that makes it easy to coordinate with your existing bedroom's interior.

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Changing nappies can be cosy too

We know changing nappies is not the most fun thing to do, but we can make it as comfortable as possible. With this changing table, you can have nappies, toys and creams close at hand. And when the nappy stage is over, you can still use it as a chest of drawers.

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Bonding time with baby

Create a nursing nook with a wing chair where you can sit comfortably, and that you can use even when baby's all grown up. A wall shelf keep things organised while having handy muslin squares, a glass of water and toys close by.

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Somebunny's there for you

This rabbit soft toy is both a huggable play friend and a lamp that guides you at night. Its luminous stomach gives a soft, indirect light so you don't need to turn on bright lamps during midnight feedings.

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Inspired by a fairytale forest

A rabbit, a mouse and a red flower in this baby gym all contribute to your baby's development of their senses. All the details are carefully thought out, as designer Stina Lanneskog shares: “Strong colour contrasts, movement and the rustling sound in the bunny’s ear stimulate eyes and ears and spark curiosity. To reach for something is important training of eye-hand coordination.”

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