Until now, I had been oohing and aahing over their gorgeous Tribeca pieces but I have another favourite now with their Barcelona range. The cotbed has a solid beech frame which has been dyed in a chocolate colour and each end has white fluted panels in high gloss brilliant white. I love, love, LOVE the fact that it encompasses storage underneath putting often under utilised space to great use so that your bambino can display some well chosen shoes and bits and bobs. I have previously raved about the Kuster Cotbed because of it incorporating storage and it seems they set a trend!
The co-ordinating draws are so fabulous, I want them for my own bedroom! The contrast of stark white contemporary with the hints of traditional from the chocolate beech on both pieces are just stunning. The cotbed is Â£450 and the drawers are Â£495 so these are certainly in the mid price range of baby furniture. This doesn’t include the mattress plus you can also buy a changer to go on top of the drawers
They’ve also got wardrobes and armoires between Â£450 to Â£895 although these aren’t their most contemporary pieces with none co-ordinating with either of my favourites. Most of their bedding and accessories are by US favourite Dwell Studio although I am pretty certain that my eagle eye spotted a couple of sets from UK based mumpreneurs Babyface.
Whilst they have styles to suit tastes from the traditional through to the contemporary, it’s certainly the latter that excites me because there is a lot of traditional baby furniture but not so much contemporary, and very little British. I hope they add more to the range!