Bloom’s Fresco Fiamma – Ferrari red, funky and fabulous
By Jude Garvey
September 17, 2009
The design team that brought us the Alma crib has taken their Fresco baby chair to the furniture equivalent of an auto-mechanic shop, lacquering it in new-car-quality high-gloss red and adding an extra design function. The limited edition Fresco Fiamma was rolled out by the four designer dads behind Bloom to celebrate the company’s third birthday. The global production has been limited to 1,100 units that come individually inscribed with a unique model number.
The Fresco has a new lockable swivel shaft and its leatherette seat pads come in three contemporary colors - rock red, coconut white and lunar silver. This innovative baby chair is designed to cater for newborns to toddlers (up to 79 pounds/36 kilograms). It easily configures from the cradle position (for newborns) to a highchair and to a toddler chair.
Fresco has a handy 360 degree swivel, a five-point safety harness and pneumatic-assist for ease when adjusting the height. The large multi-position feeding tray and play tray are made from FDA food-grade plastic and stainless steel, are dishwasher-safe and can be removed for breakfast bar or table dining. The enclosed castor wheels allow you to ‘lift and glide’ the chair and the footrest is adjustable and removable.
You might gasp at the price - Fresco Fiamma retails at USD $600 – but if your décor screams designer, this chair could be perfect for you. Fresco Fiamma is available in USA from various stockists. Visit bloombaby for details.