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The DockATot and William Morris Collection — including DockATot docks, tents, bassinets and more — is available now

By Jen Juneau
Updated November 09, 2020 02:08 PM
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DockATot and William Morris Collection
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DockATot just took their style game up a major notch.

The Scandinavian company, known for its highly popular baby loungers, announced their newest collaboration with Morris & Co. in a press release in October, describing the latter as "the storied British interiors brand recognized for its nature-inspired fabrics and furnishings."

Launching on Monday, the collection includes chic patterns decorating well-loved DockATot products like the Deluxe+ ($205) and Grand ($310) docks, as well as items like the Futon Royale floor mat ($200), Quintessentially Morris decorative pillow ($90) and Dream Weaver/Moses Basket ($475).

"The collection provides a fresh level of integrity and style for the nursery, home and beyond, perfect for the fashion-forward family," reads a statement from DockATot about the new venture.

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DockATot and William Morris Collection
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DockATot and William Morris Collection
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Aside from the previously mentioned products, the DockATot and William Morris Collection also includes the La Maman Wedge nursing pillow ($90), the Zen Pillow bolster ($90), a Meditation Pillow ($250) and even a tent for kids to play in ($475).

In the statement, DockATot's founder and designer Lisa Furuland Kotsianis shares that she has "always admired the works of William Morris," making the partnership a perfect fit.

"His ornately beautiful fabrics and furnishings were at the epicenter of the arts and crafts movement, a time period in design that I think lends itself perfectly to a family-friendly home," she adds.

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DockATot and William Morris Collection
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Morris, who died in 1896, was "a leading figure of the Arts and Crafts Movement in Victorian Britain," who is "best known for his carpet, fabric and wallpaper patterns," according to the release.

"Morris' designs depict swirling plants, flowers and elegant gardens found in England in the 1860s," the release continues. "By marrying them with the DockATot family of products, parents can now add a touch of the verdant English Countryside to their home décor."

The DockATot and William Morris Collection is available for purchase at dockatot.com.