The Little Green Sheep unveils Inspired by Nature range

The Little Green Sheep is launching a new seasonal collection across its flagship Moses Basket product, with a trio of new signature colours.

Drawing on earthy, timeless tones, the new shades are calming and rich in colour. Adding a touch of warmth to any home setting, the collection includes Juniper, Terracotta and Truffle. 

Crafted from natural materials, the Little Green Sheep’s Moses baskets provide a snug sleeping environment for children from birth to six months. Woven from natural palm leaf, the baskets are strong, durable and breathable, yet lightweight, so they can be moved around the house easily.

Complete with the brand’s chemical-free mattress to create a pure environment for sleep, it offers firm support and is naturally hypoallergenic.

Available in a classic knit, or more contemporary quilted design, in either a plain or rice print, the 100% organic liners, which are also available to purchase separately, are soft and kind on baby’s skin, and machine washable.

Completing the look, all three colours are available across the bedding range, including organic bed sheets, and the cellular organic blanket.


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