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.
It's hard to believe the Tripp Trapp chair has been around for four decades as it still feels thoroughly modern. The design has become a classic due both to its basic, yet elegant shape as well as its functionality. The Tripp Trapp is at home in any style of decor: from country farmhouses to chic penthouses.
I don't know about you, but I am relishing all the design history posts this month. Many of these classics, the Bertoia Chair, for example, are also available in mini form. I've perused the interwebs and found a few attainable Mid-Century gems for kids.
There's no end to the various ergonomic products I've tried, or considered trying, to keep my body ache- and pain-free. What I haven't thought about are ergonomic pieces for my kids. What is wrong with me? Then I found Knelt, a desk and chair that is designed to "enhance neutral posture" in kids.
This awesome castle is both a toy and a piece of furniture, and the whole thing was made from a single 48x84" piece of cardboard. The designers built the chair around a triangular inner structure and urge users to take out the little silhouette figures and play.