Promemoria: Italian Furniture for Kids by Romeo Sozzi

Promemoria: Italian Furniture for Kids by Romeo Sozzi

Sarah Coffey
Mar 2, 2011

Store History

  • Headquarters: Milan, Italy

Is your toddler a budding fashionista with a taste for expensive Italian furniture? Do you have an extra $3,000 to drop on an upholstered armchair for her bedroom? OK, so the average Ohdeedoh reader might not be Promemoria's target audience, but the store's collection of designer kids' furniture — although a little posher than we're used to — is part of a trend in high-end home decor for nurseries.

Recently profiled in the New York Times, Promemoria's new children's collection was designed by Romeo Sozzi, who returns "to the 18th century tradition of muebles minature and the Victorian tradition of doll's house furniture, periods which belonged to the most aristocratic and visionary collectors." (You only need to check our recent bunk bed guide to find similarly expensive European contemporary furniture for children and teens.)

Promemoria doesn't only sell children's furniture. In fact, they're better known for their sleek leather-lined cabinets and luxury upholstery. Sozzi's kids' collection is only the latest in a string of high-quality lines for the home.

In March, Promemoria's first Manhattan showroom will open at the Fine Arts Building. You can also find their furniture through dealers with an Italian modern focus, like Manifesto in Chicago, or through trade buildings like the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles.

Gacy Armchair, $3,070
Bilou Bilou Chairs, $2,430
Mon Ami Desk, $2,710

Italian Design for the Bunk-Bed Set | The New York Times

Photos: Promemoria

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