Design smugness has become the new word on the kid street. These days, it’s not enough to have a few books, wall stickers and musical instruments thrown around. The objects of our kids’ lives have to have meaning, a design pedigree or at the very least a scintillating back story.
“Thank you! We picked up that old drum in Nepal while vacationing with our 6 month old twins.”
“Oh no, you can’t buy that here in the US. That crib was handmade and specially carved for us by a family of Leprechans from Germany.”
If you’re not hoarding some impossible to pronounce objet d‘art or have Timmy’s personal likeness muraled on the wall by some semi-famous artist, oh well, where are you then? Not that you have the time or money to source anything so esoteric for your budding little designers and future architects, which is why you’ve come to the right blog.
Chic, cool and design forward, the MiniBoom Collection is a line of kids furniture that will be all the design pedigree you need.
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Just take a look at the mini sofa that is sure to inspire some socialization and invaluable snooze time. And the full sectional above will serve as a humorous, mini version of the one in your living room.
But one my favorite pieces has to be bookshelf with sliding growth chart. Forget scribbling on the walls or attaching a chart, this piece has humor, function and design appeal coming out of its woodwork. You won’t care where it’s from so long as this entire kids furniture collection ends up in your kid’s room.
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