Funny Metallic Chair for Kids

Children live in a wonderful world where there are a lot of fantastic characters and no worries. Stories are the ones making their little lives so beautiful and they believe in stories and love them. Lewis Carol is one of those writers who created incredible characters the kids love. This book was an inspiration for the furniture designers from Land of Nod and they designed great furniture pieces, like this wonderful “Looking Glass” series.

The series is based on characters from “Alice’s adventures in Wonderland” and each piece represents a different character. This Funny Metallic Chair for Kids is actually a modern and funny interpretation of the mad Hatter in Raspberry, but there is also the Queen of Hearts, the White Rabbit and the Cheshire Cat.

The chair is made of powder coated steel and has a very interesting and funny design the kids will adore. It has four thin legs that are pretty sturdy to keep the children safe and prevent them from tripping. The seat is hard and comfortable and the back rest is the one bringing the best feature , which is an intricate design of stylized forms that are trying to suggest the Mad Hatter. It is coloured in vivid pink which gives its name – Raspberry and you can have one for $99.



Published by in Kids, on September 11th, 2012

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