Published at Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 - 06:26:22 AM. Kids Chair. By Alice Fernandes.
Every detail is carefully taken care of and this makes kids even happier. I, for example, feel happy only when I am looking at this chair and I feel like a child again, happy to be able to play and enjoy free time again. The item is now available for purchase at Room Service Store and you can have it for $195. People everywhere go hand in hand with plush animals since they were invented. First when we were kids we couldn’t sleep without our favorite toy, then we made clothes and dressed them and threw tea parties on small round tables. Later plush animals became handy pillows or cushions when we were taking long afternoon naps. Inspired by those moments furniture designers decided to integrate in a bean bag design animal figures.
Bull was designed for kids between 3 and 6 years old and it’s basically a tiny chair. It takes its name from the shape of the chair and the big wheel that resembles a bull’s head. To me it looks more like a ram but let’s stick with the original name. The backrest of this chair is a giant spinning wheel and this allows the kids to use it as a basket or a trolley that they can carry around and play with. Because of its fun and friendly shape, the Bull could very well become toy itself. It has curved lines and a child-safe design so you don’t have to worry about your children’s safety. The Bull is made of Baltic birch plywood and it’s currently a prototype. However, the design is available for interested companies. So if you find this cute chair interesting and decide to give it a chance, don’t hesitate to contact Ander Lizaso. I’m sure the kids will agree that it would be a fun addition to their room.
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