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Mother Love: Stokke Launches Home Collection

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano

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Best demonstrated by its sleek and chic signature Tripp Trapp chair—which can fit both infants and adults—Stokke definitely knows a thing or two about furniture that grows with your family. So, it’s no surprise that the Norwegian brand’s foray into home goods is similarly stellar.

Built around the idea that home should be a comfortable, functional place, the new Stokke Home line introduces four key pieces that are ideal for the baby years through 5-years-old (and beyond). Designed with modularity top of mind, customers can choose from a bassinet/cradle, changing table, dresser, and a crib with a darling house-like shape, to customize their spaces—both big and small—in a variety of ways as the years go on.

Dubbed “the little nursery with big possibilities,” these four components might look like baby pieces to begin with, but boy do they transform. Depending on your space restraints, the bassinet and changing table can fit within the crib (closet-nursery solution, anyone?). Then, once those crib days are over, the sleeping unit can be transformed into a playhouse-like toddler bed, making your big kid’s room into a magical play space—just add a guard rail, roof, or tent (with little cut-out windows). And when your kid grows out of using it as a bed, say hello to your new reading nook! Meanwhile, the changing table and bassinet can be reconfigured together to create a sleek desk, and the dresser is a classic for all ages.

Of course, this being Stokke, all of the tiny design details have been worked out, plus all of the Home pieces are made from incredible, top-quality materials—the same European Beech wood used from the iconic Tripp Trapp, in fact. The timeless styles are also sure to please for generations. Just take a look at the innovative new collection for yourself in our slideshow below, and scoop up your favorite pieces right here.

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