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Children spoiled by designers

Children spoiled by designers

The children's decor is a hit, the shops are flourishing, designers and young creators no longer shun their pleasure and give themselves to their heart. As for mail order catalogs, they are increasing their pages devoted to this sector. Brands such as Habitat, Ikea or Alinéa, offer complete collections… In short, you are spoiled for choice, there are so many for all budgets and tastes! Here is a little summary for parents who are a bit confused: On the style side, the main lines stand out. Of an overwhelming classicism as they lack imagination, but are always in vogue, roses for girls, without forgetting the universe of princesses and other fairies remain ultra-present. For the boys, the eternal blues or at least the cool colors, and the footballing or automobile variations seem incredibly tenacious. Let's be objective, certain models sometimes don't lack charm. Another recurring trend, in the lives of children as in ours, television and cinema, which have taken a crazy place. This has resulted in an upsurge in marketing products using characters designed by cartoon studios, Pixar or Walt Disney, but also locally, such as Le Petit Nicolas de Sempé, Asterix and Obelix ... More surprising, many brands are now making proof of originality, and thinks the child capable of appreciating furniture closer to that of their parents. It is nevertheless regrettable that this sometimes only consists in reducing models previously designed for adults. Fortunately, many are trying to offer you furniture and accessories, more in keeping with our times, such as the Habitat VIP collection with the Loïck Peyron "skipper" bed, or the Ikea "PS-children" collection. Even the major design houses are now including children's models in their catalog, the example of Magis and his "Me too collection" remaining a model of its kind. For vintage lovers, flea markets or auction rooms can be interesting. Many companies are reissuing products designed in the 1950s by famous designers. Vitra thus offers pieces by Charles and Ray Eames. We should also mention the Boutique Balouga, which, not content with looking for exceptional pieces, presents re-editions and editions. On the Internet, sites are full of surprise: www.filedanstachambre.com, is one of the last to appear on the market. One of the centerpieces of the child's bedroom remains the bed, with multiple proposals: bunk, with drawers, in platform, foldable, or which can follow the growth of your beloved toddlers. Finally, our advice will be succinct, but common sense: before you decide to buy anything, define your needs precisely, do not forget to check the labeling of standards for the safety of your children, and privilege solidity .