As urban parents embrace the new trend towards high-design baby gear, the bar keeps getting raised. The newest kid on the block? Mozzee’s NEST, a minimalist, convertable high chair that is easy to use, easy to clean and pretty easy on the eyes, too. This was the intent, as it turns out. Designed by Australian architect Sally Dominguez, the NEST was the result of her quest to create (according to the company’s website) “baby furniture that did not compromize the aesthetics of living space.” I guess it depends on your living space, but if you’re into minimalism, you’ll be really into NEST.
When your baby outgrows NEST, you can convert it into NESTER, a funky, low chair that can accommodate children until the age of 6. The seat comes in black or white, and is constructed of UV stabilized polyethylene. The base is made of heavy duty powder coated steel. We have one in our store, and I’m actually pretty excited about it. I do think it’s a niche item, but given how functional and parent-friendly it is, it may have wider appeal. Angelina Jolie has one, so I hear. That should mean something…… right?