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The No-Rules Approach
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by Christiane Lemieux 



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Browse inspiring bedroom design, then outfit your own bed furniture, convertible sleeper sofa ordaybed with designer bedding sets and a decorative pillow.



Eco-friendly Since Birth

I'm so psyched to see how green design is inspiring furniture companies to get behind the great concept of sustainability. The very innovative French company Castor & Chouca has come out with a high-end green collection of furniture that ranges from infants to juniors. They've worked together with pediatricians, nurses and mothers to create a line inspired by innovations in the medical field and futuristic design. The company uses sustainable raw materials such as bamboo, linen, organic cotton and recyclable components. I really like the versatility of the pieces and the multiple uses they have. They're really worth the investment as their idea is for the furniture to last and not to be thrown away —so your bambinos can grow up with them. They believe in a universe where ecology, health, security and well-being are inseparable. How cool is that?

Reader Comments (6)

Ohhhh I love them.. now I just have to get a baby!
Feb 6, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMonica
I love the Nappy Changing Commode! It's like an awesome baby-changing station/treehouse. Or at least that's what it looks like to me.
Feb 6, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterSarah@grownupnow
Very cool, indeed! I love that they actually worked with specialists to make the best beds possible and obviously sleeping and breathing in natural products is much healthier for babies than plastic. Fantastic! If I was having a baby anytime in the near future, I'd definitely get one of these; best cribs I've ever seen!
I agree, so cool but now I need a baby! I like the daybed and the little baby cart! PS I think you mean psyched, not sicked.
Feb 6, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterann
Hey Ann,
Ooops, you're right!! Thanks for pointing it out, much appreciated :)
Feb 7, 2011 | Registered CommenterEduardo
Depending upon the needs of the individual or business and the application that is being used for the set of casters a person can install the small wheels onto just about anything. Anywhere that there is a need casters can be put into action to make the work of moving easier for everyone involved.
Jun 7, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterheavy duty castors

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