A Mum Track Mind Reviews The Bambella Pram Liner

If I’m honest, I’d never really thought about using a pram liner before I met with Bambella Designs UK at BML16 in June. The lovely lady we met, showed us some of their designs and pictures of the products and I thought “how nice”, passed on my business card and thought little more of it. So it was a nice surprise to have an email the next week offering me the chance to review one of their products.

I skipped on over to the Bambella Designs Boutique website to choose a product to review. I found the website particularly user-friendly and easy to navigate, which is important when you are taking the time to shop online.

It was a bit like being a kid in a sweet shop and being told to choose one thing – they all looked so lovely that I wanted everything! Once I had decided on a pram liner I then had the choice of around twenty lovely, modern fabrics. These are just a few of my favourites below.

Bambella Fabrics

I eventually plumped for the pink chevron fabric and it didn’t disappoint. It looks so beautiful in both our large mulberry coloured pram and smaller black stroller. I get stopped so many times by people asking me where I got my pram liner from! The staff in Mamas and Papas actually said that they thought it was the nicest one they had ever seen so it must be good! If we ever get bored of the pattern (unlikely) then the pram liner is in fact reversible, with a complimentary plain coloured fabric to match. It’s the little extra touches like this that make the Bambella products special.

Not only is it ridiculously cute but the fabric is really plush and padded, which gives me peace of mind that our little Sophie bear will be comfortable whilst she is pushed around town. The Bambella pram liners are handmade to the highest standard using 300 gram density inlay for additional comfort. I love the little added touches such as the side wings which provide a bit of extra support. She certainly seems to like it and has had lots of comfy naps in her little chariot.

Pink Chevron Pram Liner with Baby Girl sat on it


Bambella pram liners must have been made by a parent because not only are they pretty, they are also practical. The liner has a waterproof lining inside that absorbs fluid in the same way as a cloth nappy (perfect for spilled drinks or worse still, toilet training time!) and best of all it is machine washable. Machine washable people!! That’s pretty much essential when you have a baby or toddler isn’t it? And let me tell you that after a week on holiday with a weaning baby, it needed to go into the washing machine so I can also confirm that it washes beautifully and keeps its quality.

Bambella pram liners are designed to fit into most prams on the market that have a five point safety harness (basically all modern prams/strollers then). Free harness covers are included with each pram liner in matching fabric just to finish off the whole stylish look and comfort for your little one.

I always like to write my reviews in a balanced way, addressing both the positive and the negative of a product. However, in this case I really can’t find any negatives! As a luxury item for my baby (because lets face it, a pram liner isn’t exactly an essential) I find the price tag of £39.99 to be reasonable and on a par with other liners on the market. I love the design, the quality and the comfort for Sophie so it is easy to see why the Bambella pram liner has been nominated for several awards including the Mumii Best Baby & Toddler Gear and the Loved by Parents Best Pushchair Accessory.

If you are looking for a special gift for someone who is having a baby or maybe for your own little one then I really would recommend you check out Bambella Designs. You won’t be disappointed!









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  1. August 8, 2016 / 13:07

    Wow, what a lovely review. Love the pink chevron pattern. Definitely agree, it’s not always an essential item but then again, if it preserves the life-span of my pram then I’m definitely down for that!

  2. Julia
    August 8, 2016 / 18:39

    Such a great idea! I love the pink chevron design too

  3. August 9, 2016 / 10:21

    This pram liner looks pretty nice. I love the range in designs… I was like you at first not a huge fan of pram liners but they look so cute which makes me change my mind #DreamTeam

  4. August 10, 2016 / 12:44

    I had never heard of anything like this before but it sounds like such a cute practical idea! Especially since it’s washable. I wonder if this is something you could use with a car seat. Thanks for sharinh!#eatsleepblogRT
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  5. August 12, 2016 / 12:58

    Such a pretty design. I love the way you can jazz up a pram now by adding different coloured pram liners 🙂 #EatSleepBlogRt

  6. August 12, 2016 / 21:55

    I love pram liners. They are such a wonderful way to spruce up your buggy and you can’t go wrong with something machine washable. This one looks so pretty! Thank you for sharing with the #DreamTeam xx
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  7. August 12, 2016 / 22:34

    I love this liner Fi, like you I would struggle to choose the design. Loving the chevrons they would match the curtains in our daughters room. I will be on the look out for liners especialy in the summer when its too warm to use our orange Bugaboo footmuff #fortheloveofBLOG. Claire x
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  8. August 13, 2016 / 08:13

    Oh I love the pink design!! I so wish I had one of these when my girl was a baby! We are just about to look at strollers for our boy so I will be checking out the boy designs for sure!! #fortheloveofBLOG

  9. August 13, 2016 / 08:58

    These are so pretty. I always loved the starry john lewis one we had 🙂 #fortheloveofblog
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  10. August 13, 2016 / 09:18

    I’ve never really thought about a pram liner before! I guess because as you say, it’s a bit of a luxury. But this one does look fab, and I love the idea of the absorptive layer! Thanks for sharing with and hosting #fortheloveofBLOG
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  11. August 13, 2016 / 09:41

    I never had a pram liner for my little ones but it sounds very nice! I like the idea of buying it as a gift as it is a luxury item – nice to have – that new parents might not have thought about buying for themselves. Thanks for hosting #fortheloveofBLOG

  12. August 13, 2016 / 10:14

    Wow what a great idea and they look fab too! Pretty and practical 🙂 #fortheloveofblog
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  13. August 13, 2016 / 11:56

    The deer design is lovely. I will be investing in a pram liner for my two, especially as we near the winter to make them nice and cosy!

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  14. August 13, 2016 / 15:01

    This looks beautiful, I would have struggled to pick a pattern too, they’re all gorgeous!! I love the fact its reversible too and washable- can’t have anything thats not machine washable when you’ve got a baby and toddler in tow. Thank you for linking to #bigpinklink x
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  15. August 13, 2016 / 15:06

    Looks lovely! Our childminder has just had her first and we were trying to decide on a gift- this is a bit unusual but practical (I’m all for the practicality!). I’ll be popping over to look at the designs for boys xx #fortheloveofBLOG
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  16. August 13, 2016 / 15:59

    That is a cool pattern, I have the same pattern on my baby’s changing mat – you have good taste 😉 It’s really great to find a company that made trendy pray liners as sometimes you just want to update your pushchair easily. X

  17. August 13, 2016 / 18:43

    Oooh, I love the arrows one too, I’d find it hard to pick. I’ve just moved Georgia to a pushchair so I don’t think I can use pretty liners anymore. I can drool over yours though! #fortheloveofblog #tribalchat

  18. August 14, 2016 / 07:00

    You really did like it, didn’t you?! You can tell when a review is honest and I think yours is lovely – NC should be so lucky to get one of these from me but if anyone wanted to buy him (me) a present, I’d be chuffed to bits! Thank you for hosting #fortheloveofBLOG XX
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  19. August 14, 2016 / 09:57

    I never considered buying a pram liner before, but that one looks lovely! Now if only there was a product that would resolve the issue of a baby not being willing to sit in their pram in the first place…#fortheloveofBLOG
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  20. August 14, 2016 / 11:12

    Cute design! We got a cosy toes from johnlewis for winter but I’ve never thought of getting a liner for the summer.

  21. August 14, 2016 / 11:13

    Cute design! We got a cosy toes from johnlewis for winter but I’ve never thought of getting a liner for the summer.

  22. August 15, 2016 / 08:28

    Looks like a high quality product and I love the chevron you chose- shame it wasn’t around when mine were babies! Thanks for hosting #fortheloveofBLOG

  23. August 15, 2016 / 16:52

    Wow this is gorgeous! We don’t really have a pram anymore and the youngest is becoming progressively anti-buggy (Smart Trike all the way here!) but I love these and would definitely consider getting one as a gift for friends or family who are expecting 🙂 Thanks for hosting #fortheloveofBLOG
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  24. August 20, 2016 / 01:02

    They’re so pretty! I never had one but would have been really useful with my first baby, who had reflux and threw up all the time! I resorted to lining the pram with muslins! #fortheloveofBLOG
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