Jaysus, I have been monitoring to see when Nurseryworks, the hot US brand of baby furniture were going to turn up in the UK and went into palpitation central when I spotted a few of their famous rockers at the UK source of hot US designer brands for kids.
If you’re not familiar with Nurseryworks, they’re an LA based range of contemporary furniture, bedding, and accessories created by Traci Fleming and Kaye Popofsky Kramer aimed at design savvy parents.
When I was going through a chair obsession phase a few months ago, I hunted high and low for a UK stockist to no avail so thankfully yet another killer US children’s furniture brand is on our shores. Their furnishings are handcrafted, using renewable materials that have the safety of your child first and foremost. They ensure that there are no toxins from their furniture making them an eco conscious buy.
This is designer prices in the US and designer prices here…and then some! Their Goodnight Glider will set you back Â£1039 and sits on bent plywood for superior strength but also to give it a sleek as opposed to bulky profile. You can get it in quite a large range of colours and you can add piping for an additional charge. It is beautiful and I want to hug it, sit in it and buy it, but it’s out of my price range. As it looks so good, it could also take price of place in your sitting room when its stay in the nursery is over or you just want to hog it.
I am in love with their Three Wide Dresser which looks unlike any baby nursery furniture I have ever seen. You can get in drawers or cabinet options and the drawers for instance, are stacked but connected for stability. There’s also a shelf inside the cabinet. It’s available in quite a few colours and customisations and will set you back Â£1542 of your finest English pounds. This is another piece that would undoubtedly be a long term buy as it could just as easily take up residence in another room.
Undoubtedly, Nurseryworks furniture is hot, hot, hot at se-ri-ous prices! If any of you buy their pieces, please let me come round and stroke them…