Nursery Furniture By Bunny & Clyde That’s Inspired by Family Heirlooms

Nursery Furniture By Bunny & Clyde That’s Inspired by Family Heirlooms

These days, modern design is available in a wide range of prices (thankfully for us design aficionados) but before the days of flat-packed furniture and mass produced trends, furniture were usually family heirlooms, handmade from quality materials and intended to be passed down from generation to generation. They were timeless pieces that got better with age and had a story to be shared to every new owner. These days, it’s not easy to find such keepsakes, at least that’s what Nathalie Vos, Lisa Vos, and Mariëtte Bergh of Bunny and Clyde found out. When it came time to find quality nursery designs for their own families, they came up empty handed, and decided to create their own range of nursery furniture.

Inspired by nostalgia, this furniture will become keepsakes for any family with their versatile and timeless designs because they are intended to be used beyond the boundaries of the nursery room once the little ones grow up. Bunny & Clyde also operates on an ethos of sustainability so all products are made by local craftsmen and women in Ireland and South Africa using sustainable, non-toxic materials.

The Harrison Cot is made from solid Ash or Walnut wood in a contemporary vintage design that highlights the beauty of the natural woods. Its ability to go from crib to toddler bed to daybed means that it’s versatile enough to be used in any room of the house. It’s also easy on the eyes with its mid-century modern design.

Similarly, the Coco Cot can be converted in the same ways as the Harrison Cot but has a more playful geometric shape.

Last but not least, the Rosaline Rocking Chair is an ideal spot for parents and children to take a snuggle break.

via http://design-milk.com/

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Author: Connor Renwick

I'm a store mad guy who loves sharing the best and quirkiest shopping experiences around. I live for designer fashion, Versace, high end furniture, jewellery and travel.

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