Soft to the touch. Warm to the heart.TM
Beds aren't just for sleeping. Duvets aren't just for keeping warm. Pillows aren't just somewhere to lay our heads. They're also for thinking, dreaming and learning.
That's why Stokke® Textiles are designed not just to keep your baby comfortable and secure, but also to stimulate imaginations, spark new thoughts, and entertain tiny minds. Even just a few months old babies are aware of simple forms.
The baby-friendly textiles play with colours, shapes and patterns to entertain and educate your baby, as well as keeping her or him warm, comfortable and cosy.
- Designed exclusively for use with the rounded contours of the Sleepi crib, this 400-thread-count sheet is soft, simple, and luxurious.
- Topsheet for Mini: 35×40 cm + 100×100 cm
- It's made of 100% cotton with no chemicals of any sort, so all you get is pure goodness next to your baby's skin.
Stokke AS was founded in Ålesund, on the west coast of Norway, in 1932 and is today led by CEO, Anton van de Putte. Stokke provides worldwide distribution of premium children´s furniture and equipment within the highchair, stroller, baby carrier, home textiles and nursery market segments.
Stokke started out producing bus seats and furniture for adults when the company was first established in 1932. Our collection consisted of recliners, ergonomic seating solutions and home office systems. The first product for children was launched in 1972 - the iconic Tripp Trapp® chair designed by Peter Opsvik. In the late 1990’s the children’s collection expanded to include a nursery system that could grow with the child. Our first stroller was launched in 2003 –the innovative Stokke® Xplory® introducing the concept of high parent-facing seating to the industry.
Since 2006 Stokke has focused exclusively on premium children´s furniture and equipment within the highchair, stroller, baby carrier, home textiles and nursery market segments. Today, Stokke continues a long tradition of designing smart, sustainable products that promote bonding and healthy development for a whole new generation of children and their families.