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Find Nursery Furniture to Suit Your Bedroom

A new baby means a lot of organizing. And a lot of new items to find room for in the family budget. But if you plan ahead and choose nursery furniture that suits your space, then you won’t regret the money spent.

ASDA Direct’s nursery furniture is designed to fit a range of interior styles and spaces. So whether your home is cosily crammed with stuff already, or new and spacious; and whether you love the urban look or country-cottage style, you’ll find your ideal pieces there

We’ve picked out three samples to show you how easy it is to find the right furniture for your nursery.

Baby Cots
The Obaby Range is refined and clean-lined, but designed for years of use. With a choice of finishes, from clean pinewood to crisp white, you can choose the perfect colour – or decorate your own way.

Plus Obaby cot beds have protective rails to keep both wood and little teeth safe. While their 3-level bases mean you can keep on using your cot bed as baby grows.

Baby-Changing Units
Keep everything you need for changing nappies and for drying baby after bath time in one place. A good-looking Malvern Baby Changing Unit fits in with expensive items, but comes at a low price. With a built-in tray shelf for safe nappy-changing, plus three round-handled drawers in country style, the Malvern is both convenient and handsome.

In fact, it’s so handsome you can easily use it as a regular chest of drawers once your child is older.

Space-Saving Chests of Drawers
An awful lot needs to fit into a nursery, so a narrow chest of drawers is just what you need.

The Hampton Tall Chest of Drawers is an unusual find. Narrow enough to fit in tight spaces, it still gives you 5 medium-sized drawers for good storage. Bun-turned feet make the Hampton easier to vacuum under, while no plastic parts means it’s sturdy and durable.

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