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January 2013

furniture ros, spazio plus, wardrobe, wardrobe catalogue

New wardrobe catalogue: Spazio +

In a few days, we will show our new wardrobe catalogue: Spazio +

Comes with three programs, today I speak about the first two, and during the next week we will talk deeper about the catalogue, in our social networks and web:

open + Open your imagination to a place that you thought did not exist. Open plus represents our new line of swing door wardrobes, and the fronts come with five different finishes.

moving + Find all the alternatives in sliding door wardrobes. With four different door finishes. Costumer can choose the right size for each space, adapting to every single need.

animation, Convertible Cot, cot

Convertible Cot “Elite”

In this video we explain the process of conversion of a convertible cot to a bed. An evolution from the baby’s room to the child’s room, all with one furniture, meeting the needs for the first Kid´s 10 years. We grow with your children.

furniture ros, safety in furniture

Arranging the baby’s room. Tips about safety.

For the wall, opt for Eco paints displaying the French NF standard and/or the European Eco-label. 

Indeed, classic paints may have toxic components that are particularly harmful for babies and children.

Check that the furniture you have chosen satisfies child safety standards and is not covered with toxic paint or varnish: your child risks getting some in his mouth one day or another. In Furniture Ros we use Eco paints. 

Be particularly careful
regarding the safety of your baby’s bed: choose a crib in compliance with the safety standards in force, in particular with regard to the spacing of the bars. Air the bed and mattress for a long time before installing them in your baby’s room. And last but not least, plan to have a baby sleep sack available for baby to sleep in and avoid having a pillow, duvet or soft toy in the bed. You can see more tis about safety in furniture for babies and kids in our web site.

Choose preferably round-cornered furniture, or attach cushioned corner-guards to sharp corners when your baby starts to crawl.

Check that the furniture cannot topple over onto your child if he or she holds onto it to stand up. If necessary attach the furniture to the wall.
Install outlet-covers so that baby cannot put his fingers in to plug points.
Place safety catches on windows so that your child cannot open them on his own.

source: mustella