Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 27 January 2015

The 10 Best children's furniture

1. StartRight £89.99, The top of this table has a whiteboard on one side and a blackboard on the other, plus a building-block area to lay over that.
2. OXO £169.99, This is packed with features that take it from high chair to seat so children can reach the dining table when they get to about three.
3. Kidsaw £29, Parents will love the way this skip slots together, avoiding the need for screws or glue – and it might even encourage kids to tidy up.
4. Premier Housewares £28.01, Many a parent or child groans when they discover yesterday's toys are all jumbled up. Stay organised with this MDF storage unit.
5. Resol £15-£25, This child's table and chairs can be used both indoors and out. They're light enough to move around easily and are stackable.
6. Stokke £429, This table turns into a desk, bookshelf and television stand. When it is used as a baby changer, it's designed so you can face your child.
7. Great Little Trading Co £28, Ideal for bedrooms, playrooms and hallways, this is also useful for coats and bags and has a matching coat hook that fixes to the wall.
8. Aspace £55, This Pascal desk features a shelf for storing paper and pens, and can be co-ordinated with other innovative furniture from the range.
9. Quitman Woodcraft £103.14, This durable doll's-house shelving unit has upright dividers that make everything look tidy. It's decorated with butterflies and flowers.
10. KidKraft £130, This armchair features a comfy matching seat cushion and white piping, is built to last and will see your family through generations.

Whether you’re in the market for desks, shelves or miniature armchairs, these sturdy buys are useful as well as cute.


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