We have some kids' chairs in our house, and I consider them multifunctional because I often use them as step stools. But these two companies have taken chair versatility to a new place. Check out what they can do.
All I want for Christmas is a good sewing table. Well, truthfully that's not all I want. I still want world peace and Ann Demeulemeester boots. But a decent, counter-height sewing table is pretty high on my list, which is why I squealed out loud when I saw this DIY version on IKEA Hackers.
I'm not exactly a pink person, but it looks so modern and fresh next to this bright white. As with all their colors (orange, green, grey), Sprout goods ship flat and are quickly assembled without tools.
Etsy is a lot more than handmade hairbows and alphabet prints. There are also some real gems for kids in the furniture section. Today I've rounded up ten modern kids' tables for parents looking for something a bit off the beaten path.
No matter how small your apartment, there will probably come a time when you'll want to entertain. And whether it's a dinner party or simple cocktails, having an extra table stashed away can be ever so helpful. The folding tables on this list are various sizes — small enough for poker games and little soirees to large enough for dinner for eight.
As I purge a craft table and chairs that are no longer big enough for my growing kids, I regret not buying an adjustable table or desk! From pricey, ergonomic and handmade desks to simple rectangular tables, here are 7 options for growing kids.
Specialty: Products by art and design students
Price Range: ($$) Mid-Range to ($$$) High-End
Art and design students often create some of the most inventive product designs around. The only problem is that it can be difficult for those students to get their products into the hands of consumers. New e-commerce site Vespoe is solving that problem.