London, United Kingdom, November 04, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- 4little1s.com announces they are stocking the Lollipop Lane Baby Bedding
4little1s.com the online baby bedding, nursery furniture and baby gifts retailer announced today that it will start to stock the Lollipop Lane Fish and Chips range of baby bedding as well as the Rosie Posy range.
'The response of customers wanted baby bedding from us over the last six months has grown significantly and in order to achieve the demand we have taken on another few lines of bedding from Lollipop Lane' says Christianne James, Sales and Marketing Director.
She advised that two new ranges will be added specially to their site, Fish and Chips and Rosie Posy, with other ranges being added over the coming months.
Fish and Chips Nursery Bedding
This blue range of baby bedding called Fish and Chips, is a real favourite and is designed in a contemporary shade of baby blue, which is of course ideal for a little boy’s first room. The embroidery is excellent and really shows attention to detail in this range.
The Fish and Chips range of baby bedding includes Bedding Bales, Coverlets, Quilts, Cot Bumper / Cotbed bumper, Blankets, Pillowcases, Sheets, Sleeping Bags…in fact everything you would need for baby’s nursery.
Rosie Posy Nursery Bedding
This adorable, pretty pink collection makes the perfect choice for a stunning baby girl’s nursery. Soft, pastel pink is combined with a tutti frutti spot and striking, coral pink stripe.
The Rosie Posy range of Baby Bedding consists of Bedding Bales, Coverlets, Quilts, Cot Bumper / Cot-bed bumper, Blankets, Pillowcases, Sheets, Sleeping Bags…in fact just about anything and everything you can think you might need for your baby’s nursery.
Whatever you are looking for, you will be sure to find it at 4little1s.com with great value and customer service second to none.
Click here for Lollipop Lane Fish and Chips or click here for Lollipop Lane Rosie Posy baby bedding for your little one.
4little1s.com – The online retail store for all you nursery needs.
Date of issue: November 2009