ISSUE 6  |  The French Connection

Chic French Children’s Beds

February 07, 2012 6:30 PM

BY Amara Holstein

Why are the French so good with children's furniture? Here's a roundup of nursery furniture featuring clean lines, streamlined forms, and modern shapes—we see these beds as a good investment in a young person's burgeoning design sensibilities.

Above: The Louis Wooden Bed is made of pine and costs €1,200 from Serendipity.

Above: A clean-lined pine crib from Serendipity.

Above: Vintage Cradle on Wheels; contact Serendipity for pricing.

Above: The Leander Convertible Bed can grow with your child; €960 at Smallables.

Above: Leander Suspended Cradle; €395 at Smallables.