The white chalk paint decoration on the wall is called "kroting." A baby cradle hangs from ropes. On the right is a butter churn made of wood. The Medieval room reconstructs Norwegian lifestyle from hundreds of years ago. The Hardanger Folk Museum was founded in 1911 in Utne, Norway.
There is a white everything: low bed with big fluffy pillows, lamp, bookshelf with books, art as a headboard, a comfortable sit and there is also space for a hanging baby bassinet. The only color came from green stems, with white flowers, and an old crate as a nightstand, c.a.p.
Our Norse Bassinet features walnut veneer, giving each one stunning, natural wood grain. And the sleek, oval shape of the Scandinavian-inspired design gives it a clean, modern look that'll allow it to fit anywhere in the home. It's one of the few things for your baby that you can actually refer to as "clean."