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“Back in the day, people wanted baby products to look like baby products,” says Cindy Reppert, gobal fashion director at Nuna Baby. “Now modern parents enjoy simple colors; they don’t want to have to hide their kids’ stuff when friends come over.” 

Since 2007 Nuna has had its sights set on clever solutions that span across in-home pieces, car seats, and strollers. With the mission of turning classic kids’ gear on its head, the company skipped the clashing, vivid colors and bulky styles in favor of items that seamlessly fit with the design of your space.

For its latest collaboration with Pottery Barn Kids, Nuna has designed a collection of smart yet stylish gear. Instead of hot pink or bright blue, you’ll find a subtle gray and creamy beige that pair nicely with an all-white nursery or a neutral family room. Aptly named the Brushstroke Dot Collection, each piece features a sleek brushstroke pattern, which feels both contemporary and creative. It’s what Reppert calls “sophisticated baby.”

“We’re all about textiles and textures and the depth of the fabrics—which means a lot to both parent and child,” she explains. “We want these patterns to look like baby products without screaming ‘baby.’ We want the products to blend well with a home’s decor.”

Ranging from infant car seats to strollers and swaying seats built for soothing sleepy babies, the Brushstroke Dot Collection includes new iterations of Nuna’s ever-popular LEAF™ grow, which offers rhythmic, side-to-side swaying that feels like a soothing hug, and the SENA™ aire, which provides 360 degrees of ventilation for consistently fresh airflow and deep sleep periods. The PIPA™ lite LX, a featherlight and clever car seat; the MIXX™ next, a versatile stroller; and the RAVA™, an uncomplicated convertible car seat, are also featured. The beauty in all the pieces, of course, is that they’re design driven without sacrificing functionality. Because in a home with children, products need to work overtime to provide comfort, entertainment, and safety all at once—the fact that they look good is just an added bonus.