Pottery Barn Kids launches exclusive line of baby essentials in the UAE

A new range of products from best-loved baby brands now available in store

Pottery Barn Kids launches exclusive line of baby essentials in the UAE

Parents and parents-to-be can now stock up on baby essentials from their favourite brands at Pottery Barn Kids.

The introduction of a new and exclusive line-up of gear for infants and toddlers at Pottery Barn Kids – in collaboration with some of the best-loved children’s brands – is going to be making Mums and Dads’ lives a lot easier from now on.

The new range of products means that first-time parents-to-be can tick a large number of items off their newborn checklist, while families adding to their existing brood can spoil their new arrival – as opposed to giving them hand-me-downs from an older sibling – with crucial must-haves like pushchairs high chairs, bassinets, educational toys and changing bags all part of the new collection.

Expect to find a number of big ticket items such as the hugely popular, lightweight BABYZEN travel stroller that is so compact when it is folded that it can be taken on the plane as hand luggage.

You’ll also be able to get your hands on practical yet fashionable changing bags from American brand Skip Hop, the MIMA Moon High Chair, which grows with your child from birth through to the toddler years and beyond by converting from a high chair into an elegant junior chair.
Various locations including The Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai and Yas Mall, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, www.potterybarnkidsme.com.

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