Popular baby product brand Maclaren has given Which? a sneak peek at its latest contemporary nursery furniture.
Two new nursery ranges – Louis and Cub – will go on sale next year, and a cot and baby changing table will be available in each design.
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Maclaren Louis and Club
The Louis range, which Maclaren describes as ‘luxurious and romantic’, is available in an oak and white finish.
The Louis cot can be converted into a daybed, and the dresser has a reversible tray on the top, to hold baby changing essentials.
The beech and white Cub range has a streamlined modern look. The cot can be converted into a toddler bed and the changing table has open shelves and can be used as a chest of drawers once a baby grows up.
Both new nursery furniture sets have been designed by American interior designer and architectural historian David Netto.
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Maclaren Louis and Cub furniture will be on sale in spring 2012, and will cost from £450.
Stockists are yet to be announced.