Chairs for children - quality features and safety
The most important quality feature of children's chairs is that the little ones can use the chair without damage. A good chair must be sturdy and robust enough to withstand bobbing, rocking and being played with without suffering or becoming a danger to the little ones. The chair should be comfortable and appropriate for the child's size. When choosing children's chairs, resilience, rounded edges, recessed screws, ergonomics and stability should be considered along with design.
The Eames Elephant - children's furniture, toy and eye-catcher at the same time.
The chair or stool Eames Elephant delights children and adults alike. In the children's room or outdoors, the children's stools are a real eye-catcher and toy in equal measure. The weather-resistant elephant is happy to be played with and marveled at, and can carry up to 70 kilograms of weight. It is available not only in gray, but also in black or white, and colored in light pink, red or lime.
This is cult: chairs for children inspired by the 70s
Nothing represents Pop Art and the 70's as much as the Panton Chair, which children appreciate for its expressive colors and pleasant curves as seating furniture and toys. Designer Verner Panton, together with manufacturer Vitra, realized a children's version of the iconic chair, the Panton Junior. With unchanged proportions, the chair is only about a quarter smaller than the famous Panton Chair. The item serves as a seat for children from kindergarten to elementary school age.
Lou Lou Ghost - the almost invisible children's chair by Philippe Starck.
Given the great and long-lasting success of the Louis Ghost armchair, the junior version of the famous chair was created by designer Philippe Starck. Lou Lou Ghost has the characteristic shape, indestructibility and ergonomics of his father. This chair is perfect for children - also to feel a little grown up.