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    A changing station, Arnaud Leadericha��s space-saving solution for new parents

    When Arnaud Leaderich was about to become a grandfather last year, he realised a baby station would be the perfect gift for his daughter-in-law, Debarati Nandee. Owner of Mango Hill and Home Trotter, the 66-year-old Frenchman designed the baby station from recycled teak wood with a cellulose varnish finish. A multi-purpose cupboard with three sections, the first one is a platform to change the baby. a�?In India, this is generally done on the bed. But that is difficult for new mothers, especially those who cannot bend or squat,a�? explains Nandee. The second section is the upper racka��to store supplies like powders, oils and creamsa��while the lower section is for the babya��s clothes. The innovative piece is fitted to the wall and can be closed when not in use. a�?We first made it for our home and then thought about custom-making it for othersa��especially those who dona��t have enough space at home,a�? says Leaderich. For frequent travellers, the baby corner can be dismantled and reassembled. a�?The size is standard; only the depth can be customised. I have never seen this concept here before, but it can become popular for its ergonomic advantage,a�? he expresses. As for maintenance, Leaderich says, a�?a�?It is well varnished and teak is waterproof, so wiping it with a dry cloth is enough. It can last generations.a��a��
    Available at Home Trotter, the baby station can be delivered in a month.A� Priced from `27,500 onwards.A�A� Details: 9486522228

    Mrinalini Sundar


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