Bloom Retro Cot brings the 60s back

Bloom Retro Cot

The stripped-back elegance of mid-century design is now making a huge comeback thanks to Mad Men and Don Draper’s effortless cool. We love the minimalist aesthetic that dominated design in the 60s. And thanks to Bloom, retro interiors don’t have to be limited to adult furniture, now kids can enjoy classic design too.

The Bloom Retro cot ($1,499) features unique curvature and rounded design elements: simple and oh so stylish! The all-around open slats maximise all-important air-flow for safety and comfort. Despite its minimalism, the design is still incredibly practical: converting from bassinet to crib-bed to toddler bed.

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The Bloom Retro Dresser is the perfect partner for the Retro Crib. It also features those beautifully rounded corners and unfussy detailing. Featuring three large slow closing drawers with hidden rails, the dresser can transform from a sophisticated cabinet to change station with bloom universal change tray. Both the crib and dresser are available in classic, rich oak or coconut white.

Available from Roger Armstrong ($1499)