Babyletto Bowery Bassinet

Babies don’t care very much about the space they live in. What they do care of is to have food and drink, warmth and somebody to love them. But their parents do care about the baby room design, so most of the times they will try their best to make sure this particular room is big and beautiful, full of everything the baby might need. This Babyletto Bowery Bassinet is, in my opinion, one of the things you MUST have in the baby’s room. First of all , it is very useful and comfortable, even though it is a bit traditional in design. It is perfectly true that you can see this kind of bassinet back in your grandma’s times, but some things are never out of fashion.

Then there’s the usefulness of this particular piece of furniture. It does not need an extravagant design, as it is meant to keep the baby safe and comfortable. When the baby is little, you can use the X base which also provides safety and security for the child, as the crib may rock as much as it wants, it will still be standing and holding its treasure. Then, as the baby grows up, the support that keeps them up to the waist level can be removed and they will have just a normal and regular crib. It is available in a rich espresso finish and can be purchased for $116.10.



Published by in Kids, on June 25th, 2012

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