Furnish your nursery with Ladybird

We all know that raising children is not particularly cheap from time to time. We naturally want to do everything that we possible can for our kids, we’re also naturally conscious of costs wherever possible.

That means that getting quality children’s furniture at the best possible price is extremely important when it comes to furnishing a newborn’s bedroom or nursery. We want the peace of mind that what we buy for our children is safe, high quality and will brighten up their early months.

Ladybird is a brand that parents have come to know and trust for decades, becoming a synonym for quality and value when it comes to children’s goods.

So when it comes to furnishing a nursery for the latest arrival into the family, Ladybird could help you to create the perfect environment.

For example, this Ladybird My Little World Quilt and Bumper Set has been designed specifically to create a happy, loving and calm environment for your little one with beautiful, fun designs.

Perfect for most standard cot sizes, your child will love this caring family of animal friends and the soothing colours combined with exquisite stitching detail.

The My Little World quilt and bumper set, which is also available in pink, will add real charm to your nursery for a great value price.

If you are looking for the perfect companion for your quilt and bumper set, then consider this Ladybird My Little World Moses Basket. From the same range as the quilt and bumper set, this Moses basket uses the same fun designs to fit perfectly

Suitable from birth and made from palm, this gorgeous basket with mattress included is perfect for allowing your newborn to nap whilst you are either at home or on the move. Again, it is also available in pink.

For more fantastic ideas to furnish your child’s bedroom or nursery, check out our style inspiration section.

31st March 2011
Written by Very_Lauren

Posted by: sue goult 8 April 2011

I would like this, because I am anxiously awaiting the arrival of my second grandson, who was due on 5th April 2011 – and whose Mum and Dad are going to see Peter Kay next week at the NIA, Birmingham. Perhaps she can “laugh” him out!!!!!!!!Grandma Goult