Dwell Baby & Dwell Junior Fall 2007 Collections

Dwell Baby & Dwell Junior Fall 2007 Collections

Carrie McBride
Aug 13, 2007

It's hard to go wrong when your inspiration is Danish and Italian vintage toys. The new bedding collections from Dwell are as modern, playful and graphic as ever. They've even expanded their bedding to a Junior line for your little ones who've outgrown the crib. See a sneak peak of the collection after the jump.

There are three new patterns. Transportation (seen above), features things that "go" - bikes, trains, cabs, helicopters, and a zeppelin (a good opportunity to teach that word).

Here is Gio, a nod to Italian architect Gio Ponti whose palette for the interiors of a Sorrento hotel inspired the blue-green colorway.

Next up is Charlotte, a floral print which manages to be modern and graphic, but still a bit girly.

We were pleased to find out that Dwell's textiles are printed with low-impact, fiber-reactive dyes with the safety of your children and the health of the planet in mind. And, better yet, they've just introduced a new line, Dwell organic, so your bedding can be as pure as your baby. Of course they use organic cotton, but what's more important is what they don't use - bleaches, dyes, finishes or harmful processing.

If you like what you see, mark your calendars as these lines won't be available until November. Tomorrow we'll bring you a look some new non-bedding offerings from Dwell.

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