Dorel Industries is introducing two nursery furniture collections. The transitional Cosco collections dubbed Avery and Emerson differ in their styling even if they both are broadly compatible with a variety of home décor.
Avery has the more traditional orientation, although simple elaborations such as tapered legs and clean lines make the collection viable for most rooms. In contrast, Emerson has a more modern style that has elements suggesting a contemporary cottage appearance.
Key Emerson introductions include a dresser and a changing table. Both products come in a white stipple and light slate gray finish, the company stated, and they share rounded draw fronts, profiled tops and brushed nickel knobs.
In Avery, the key introductions are a three-drawer baby changing table, a four-shelf open-front changing table, a kids bookcase with open storage and a four-drawer kids dresser. All four Avery items come in a dark russet cherry finish.
For more on Dorel and High Point Market coverage, see HomeWorld’s October 13, 2014, issue. This issue also includes NOUVEAU, which features coverage of the fall New York Tabletop Market.