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Scandinavian flair in the nursery - now with trendy braided bed bumpers and baby turbans

The “Scandinavian look” is a long-established living trend among grown-ups, holding the top spot of favourite styles for some time now. This trend is also making its way into the children´s room where high quality fabrics meet simple colours and cool Nordic designs for a relaxed coastal flair within your own four walls (your baby) allowing mum and dad to consciously wind down amid the stressful everyday life of a baby. Nordic coast company is right on trend with its pastel Scandinavian look collection and is delighted about the strong growth in demand both in Europe and overseas.

Colours range from old mint and dove blue to natural and pink tones, offering a modern reinterpretation of classic baby colours.

“Having a child is exciting enough” says founder Trixi Oppenhäuser. “You don´t need any more commotion in the nursery. We deliberately went for great textures, like knitwear or muslin in premium quality, and avoided overbearing patterns.”

The collection ranges from trendy knits used as bed bumpers to cute balloon cushions that can also be used as wall décor, to 4-in-1 muslin blankets available in nine great trend colours.

The much sought-after baby turbans are also available in knitwear for the first time and skilfully round off the range of first-time outfits.

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