I’m so excited to share one of my recent baby product finds: the CreamHaus Bumper Mat. I came across this awesome looking bumper bed on social media and was fortunate enough receive one to try out for review for Mommy Diary readers.
As a Korean American, I’m a huge fan of baby products made in Korea because I know how high quality and well-designed they can be. From beauty products to latest gadgets, Korea is always creating innovative products that are not only functional but aesthetically pleasing.
What is the CreamHaus Bumper Mat?
CreamHaus Bumper Mat is a multifunctional luxury bumper mat that can be used as a bed, activity gym, play mat and ball pool. It’s like having a play pen, activity gym, napper and changing table all in one. As you can see, it has softly padded bumpers on all four sides and can be used in various settings and rooms.
I used this mat for about two weeks before creating this blog post because I wanted to get a good idea about its pros and cons. After using it daily in my downstairs living room, I absolutely love this bumper mat for the following reasons.
- It’s softer and bigger than traditional play pens like the Graco
- It’s easy to assemble
- It’s easy to move from room to room
- It’s lightweight
- It’s versatile and can be used in so many ways
- It’s made with recyclable foam with 100% cotton
- The colors are neutral and pretty to look at
How I’m using the CreamHaus bumper mat
The entire first floor of my home is made up of porcelain tile floor (obviously put in before planning more kids) and there is no soft carpet for the baby to lay on. I spend a lot of my time in the kitchen and the living room and needed an easily accessible, clean and safe place for me to put down my son. Prior to this bumper mat, my baby always had to be strapped in a swing or placed on a blanket on the floor which wasn’t very sanitary because we have three dogs in the same space.
Thanks to CreamHaus Bumper Mat, my problem has been resolved. Now my son has a designated space to play and nap and I don’t have to worry about him being strapped in a swing for too long while I get work done around the house. I can even change him in here if I put down some blankets and lay down next to him to pat him to sleep when needed.
My favorite part? The color is neutral and blends in perfectly with my grown up decor. No more bright rainbow colors that make my entire living room look like daycare. If you follow me on Instagram, you would know that the living room and dining room are my favorite places in the home that I like to keep simple, clutter free and pretty.
Thanks to the designers who realize kids’ products don’t always have to be in primary colors, this baby mat isn’t an eye sore even if it sits right in between my formal dining and living room. Instead, I get tons of compliments on this mat and everyone remarks about what a great product this is for parents. Many have already said they wish they had something like this when their kids were little.
Overall, I find this mat to be multifunctional, safe, easy to use and useful for parents with little ones. Here are the detailed photos.
In the box, you will find a base play mat, 4 piece bumpers and mobile arms. The base play mat is made of recyclable foam with 100% cotton cover and the side bumpers are made from compressed and recyclable foam with 100% cotton cover. The cover is machine washable in cold water and free of PVC & formamide.
As you can see, my 6 week old son is just starting to look up, focus on objects and play alone in the bumper mat. I can’t wait to see how he will grow into this. One day, we will use it as a ball mat and play pen! I will update with more photos as he grows.
What do you think? Would you consider using this bumper mat for your child?
If you’d like to find out more about this bumper mat, you can visit their website, Facebook and Instagram.
*Thank you CreamHaus USA for sending me this bumper mat to share for my readers. All photos and opinions are my own.
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