Oeuf Perch Bunk Bed arrives in Australia!

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The saying goes ‘All good things come to those that wait’ and it’s true. Australian fans of Oeuf – the New York-based design studio that delivers consistently modern, elegant nursery pieces, will be thrilled to learn that the stunning Perch Bunk and the Merlin Dresser are on the way Down Under.

The versatile Perch Bunk (first revealed here all the way back in April 2011) is designed as a loft bed of two separate singles that fit together in a variety of configurations. Set the Perch up as a traditional bunk bed, go for an ‘L’ shape or separate the beds completely and use the space underneath the top bunk for a desk, storage or even a cubby!

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The Perch is available in a birch-with-white combo or walnut with white and co-ordinates perfectly with other beautiful pieces in the Oeuf collection such as dressers, the mini library and the toy store. Like all the furniture from Oeuf, the Perch bunks have a compact footprint so won’t take up too much precious floor space. In addition, the beds are lower than many other beds on the market, making them more accessible for bunk novices. The ladder to the top bunk is angled for easier and safer climbing.

The Perch is sure to make many a bedroom wish-list, especially in homes where siblings share, but it’s not the only new Oeuf furniture piece coming our way soon. We’re also getting set to welcome the Merlin Dresser to the Oeuf fold. As the name suggests, the Merlin Dresser transforms like magic – choose from three different bases which change the style of the whole piece. The Merlin is available as a three or six drawer dresser and can also be used as a changing station. We’ll tell you more about this particular lovely next week.

The Perch retails for $1999. Both the Perch and the Merlin will be available from September at Kido Store.

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Katrina Whelen

Katrina studied planning and design, did the hard yards working in a big office building and then traded it all in for a relaxing (!) life at home with four children. She now fills her time with writing, completing a degree in genetics and taxiing her children around Melbourne to their various sporting commitments (not necessarily in that order).

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