Child’s Round Table by Lipper

Having a child is not easy. Stress and fatigue come with the job. Nevertheless, even though the only quiet time you have is when the kids are watching TV, sleeping or doing one of their art projects, it’s a very rewarding position. And since we’re talking of art projects, here’s a piece of furniture that both the parents and kids love.

Lipper Child's Round Table & Two Chairs

The Child’s Round Table comes from Lipper and it was designed especially for little kids who need a place of their own where they can play, read, color, have a snack, a tea party or whatever they want to do. This is a very functional and versatile and it also comes with a storage compartment.

The kids can have fun and they can also learn how to be organized by putting everything back where it belongs after they’re finished. The storage shelf is very handy. The kids can put there their coloring books, their pencils, and other belongings. The table also comes with two chairs. This way there’s room for at least two kids that can play together at this table. The table measures 29 inches in diameter by 23- 1/2 inches high while the chairs are 13 -3/4 inches wide by 14-1/2 inches deep by 25 -1/2 inches high. You can buy the set for $109.99. It also comes in other colors: cherry, espresso, natural beechwood, pecan and white.

Published by in Kids, on September 22nd, 2011


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