Ubabub: For The Contemporary Baby
The Melbourne-based furniture company makes designs that are built to last with non-toxic timber finishes used in construction.
If Colin Firth’s character in A Single Man reverted back to infancy he’d be pushing his mommy for some Ubabub. Sleek, contemporary aesthetic not typically seen within baby design, the high-quality furniture is built to last with non-toxic timber finishes used in construction. A while back PSFK wrote about an emerging trend in nursery art. The Melbourne-based furniture design company has this covered too, with a number of different Wall Art pieces on offer. All three cot designs change with the child, converting to the Junior Bed as the child matures.
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