Bloom – Contemporary Infant Furniture

This post is for all parents, parents-to-be or simply for the design aficionados among you.

This brand has my heart racing and even makes me want to have another baby just so that I can justify specific purchases such as a baby lounger a super stylish high chair or a cute little baby bed.

The brand I’m talking about is bloom

Founded in the US in 2006, bloom quickly became the go-to brand for all style conscious parents when furnishing their nursery. Also, its designs are inspired by some of my favorite Bauhaus-era designers.

“bloom is a global brand that delivers modern innovative and award-winning infant furniture to today’s parents. Strong influences for bloom include the work of design greats such as Arne Jacobsen, Ray and Charles Eames, Verner Panton and Eero Saarinen. Their pioneering exploration of new ways of using materials, as well as functional and beautiful products served as inspiration to bring remarkable products in an industry that too often settles for PVC covered steel tubing. bloom brings functionality for the comfort of baby with a contemporary iconic design style that modern parents can love.
bloom wooden products are free of wood PCP and other toxic wood preservatives, fiberboard (MDF) free, use formaldehyde free adhesive, low voc finishes and originate from certified sustainable forests.”

Please find some of my favorite items below, I think I will have to get the Luxo Sleep and convert it into a toddler bed. Unfortunately, our daughter is too old now for the Fresco Chrome which I absolutely love not only for its design but more so for its functionality. It’s available to children age 0 – 36 months +

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Online retailers for my German followers: 4 Little  Das Tropenhaus

For US and other global retailers check their website and go to “where to buy” to find a retailer near you.I hope you enjoyed this post. Feel free to post pics or comment once you proudly made your first bloom purchase ;-)

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