Stylish baby cradle "Kumi Mesh Hazelnut" made of wood with transparent mesh and indicated grid of hazelnut-colored cord by Charlie Crane. After birth and leaving the warming womb, the cradle is where your baby spends most of its first months of life before gradually discovering the world around it. Charlie Crane has therefore designed the cradle as a soothing cocoon and at the same time as a space open to the outside world. The design skillfully combines tradition and modernity. The delicate curvature of the sides helps your baby fall asleep, while drawing minimalist and modern lines that give a sense of lightness and security, especially with the taut cord running around. When assembling the cradle, the cords are stretched into the cradle itself, a gesture that has a high emotional value, because the construction of the nest for your child is important. The lightweight mesh allows the baby to look outside, and of course gives the cradle a great look. A matching mattress is included.
Material: beech plywood from Turkey or Romania, legs made of solid beech wood - painted in two layers with matte water-based varnish / wire and metal plate made of steel, painted with white epoxy paint / coconut net made of 100% polyester, bottom made of cotton / cords made of 100% polyester round and braided (5 mm thick).
Mattress: cover in 100% cotton / interior material PU foam padding, certified Certipur / thickness: 5 cm
Design: Gaspard Tiné-Bérès for Charlie Crane
Dimensions: 82 x 58 x 14 cm
Weight: 8,25 kg
The bed can be used from birth until the child can sit, stand or crawl independently
Complies with standards: EN1130: 1996 standard and PR EN1130: 2018.
Care instructions: Cover and cocoon are machine washable at 40 ° degrees
Charlie Crane is a children's furniture brand based in Paris. The label creates high-quality and aesthetically pleasing design objects in the Scandinavian style of the 50s and 60s. It is aimed at young and modern parents who are looking for appealing and sustainably produced furniture for their children.