Product review: Nursery Laundry Basket – Soft Seagrass

The excitement of having a new baby is always great. Preparing the nursery is also one of those unforgettable pleasures in life that last a very short time. To make it even more fun I have helped a new mum choosing a few items and have come across a Nursery Laundry Basket made of Soft Seagrass by brand Mokee which deserves a proper shout-out. 

The key feature of this lovely product is the intense natural fragrance of the seagrass that pervades the room. Every nursery needs a laundry basket – especially one like this. 

 
You put a lot of effort to prepare a cosy and good – looking space where you child can grow up. You probably spent a lot of days while creating your baby’s room and making sure it as perfect as possible. And then you need to remember to figure out some storage for the laundry. If you do not have a laundry room but you’re looking for a stylish basket where you can keep all the dirty clothes, muslins or blankets, you should choose this stylish basket made from seagrass.
 
 
Firm, strong and well made, with solid lid to keep the dirty laundry at bay! A natural linen bag is included so you can easily take it out and wash to keep your laundry basket fresh & clean.
 
 
The natural look and feel is quite trendy too these days. Plus this laundry basket can be used anywhere in the house really, not just in the nursery room. If, in the future, you decide you use it for other purposes it can be re-used as a toy storage box. 
 
There’s a discount on this laundry basket via the Mokee website. It is now sold at £56.25 instead of £75.00. 
 
For additional inspiration check out London Mums’ shopping pages online

About Monica Costa

Monica Costa founded London Mums in September 2006 after her son Diego’s birth together with a group of mothers who felt the need of meeting up regularly to share the challenges and joys of motherhood in metropolitan and multicultural London. London Mums is the FREE and independent peer support group for mums and mumpreneurs based in London https://londonmumsmagazine.com and you can connect on Twitter @londonmums

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