Apartment boom and baby furniture
The real estate industry is transforming the lifestyle of modern Australian families. Major cities around the country are experiencing a boom of apartment construction offering an alternative to budget conscious buyers and renters. The big houses with plenty of backyard that Australian families could afford will soon be a thing of the past. The new generations looking for budget real estate are now restricted to a selection of units with limited space which demands rethinking the way to optimise the space available to cater for all their needs. Although space plays a small role for singles or couples with no children, a different story is told for new parents with babies or children where every square meter matters for the family to enjoy their time at home.
Re-thinking baby furniture design
Most of the baby furniture available in Australia is designed for large bedrooms. When a standard baby cot takes almost half the space available in a bedroom or a chest of drawers doesn’t fit any more without making it look too crowded a new solution is required. In addition to this parents now look for options that are economical, easy to assemble and attractive. Products need to be more functional or multi-functional in order to save valuable space in the baby’s room.
When it comes to nursery furniture there are so many options available that sometimes it becomes so difficult to figure out where to start. The first thing you should do is determine what sort of decoration you want. This could be dictated by the style you have in the rest of your home, if you had a boy or a girl, your budget and the time you are prepared to invest to perhaps make something yourself. Below are some tips to consider that might be a good starting point for your nursery decoration project.
New baby furniture brands
The good news for Australian parents is that since 2015 a Sydney based company offers a range of beautiful and functional products that meet the needs of Australian parents with limited space. Cute co imports a range of baby cots and accessories made in Europe that meet the Australian standards of safety and at the same time work well with the spaces available in the apartment bedrooms. They are not only functional and safe, they are also beautiful to look at.
“I am so glad I found this cot online before buying another one. Very easy to put together and love the size as I can have it next to my bed . . . The wheels are very practical to move away from the bed when I go to the bathroom at night.” (customer review)
An alternative to the “classic looking” and “bulky” baby furniture is offered by European brands such micuna and alondra. With more products being added to their catalogue every year, parents can expect more innovation that fits the new lifestyle of every new Australian home.
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