Infants’ wardrobes are often produced as an integral part of a manufacturer’s range of children’s furniture, but mixing and matching is, of course, always possible. This is actually one of the main principles of manufacturer LAGRAMA, whose colourful ‘Wardrobe 1, ‘Wardrobe ‘15’ and ‘Wardrobe 6’ can be integrated with their other designs, such as beds, sideboards shelves and desks.
A more traditional approach can be found in Terry Dwan’s ‘Bloomington’ furniture series for Riva 1920, which features a tall infants’ wardrobe from solid wood, as well as a cabinet with large open compartments, both suited for children’s room. MORGEN’s ‘Cranny’ is a smaller wardrobe, whose understated charm remains even as its users grow up.
And completing the infants’ wardrobes category are Blueroom’s unfussy, birch plywood ‘family affair’ collection, as well as Flötotto’s wooden, modular, ‘Profilsystem’ series, which is suitable for both home and office. Both collection naturally include infants’ wardrobes, but also a wide selection of beds, cribs, cabinets and shelves, as well as, in the latter’s case, desks, trolleys and benches.