Bunny chair for kid
Opt for this minimalist wooden bunny chair for kid!
Choose this bunny chair made of natural wood (birch) dedicated to the most beautiful wooden drawing table: the Drawin’Table.
This chair in the shape of a bunny is original and stands out thanks to its Scandinavian design and its quick and easy fixing system! Indeed, you just have to screw the 4 legs of the chair to the seat and fix the ears with the 2 small screws. Practical to assemble it easily and to settle down quickly 🙂
Our Drawin’table is more than a simple table. This is a smart drawing table with a minimalist and Scandinavian design invented and created for children! Children can draw on their table, easily accessible because it is at their height (H48cm). They can even draw with their brothers and sisters or friends!
All the accessories (chalk, pencils, markers) are located in the pencil pot in the center of the round table.
The table is easy to use: you can remove the different sheets and the reversible board to play with Lego® for example on a simple round table.
So, depending on the mood of the moment: children can draw, color, play, express their imagination and creativity around a blackboard and coloring paper or even have lunch.
The table set is made exclusively of natural wood (birch) in Europe.
The drawing surface (front/back) is doubled thanks to the thickness of the paper (200g/m2). Your children can draw and color with markers without risk of transparency !
Are you running out of paper soon? No problem ! Find the refills of sheets sold individually on the e-shop.
A unique know-how
The Drawin’table and stools are made in Latvia with high quality birch wood. We are proud to work with a family-owned factory that has used its know-how and skills to develop the Drawin’table and its ingenious system, without nails or screws.
An eco-responsible commitment…
The sheets are printed in France near the warehouse of Drawin’kids, near Nantes and all our sheets are PEFC labeled, that is mean the paper is from sustainably managed forests.
… and solidary !
The sheets are then put in cardboard by the ESAT (Etablissement et Service d’Aide par le Travail) of Blain (44). It was essential for us to contribute to the fight against discrimination and exclusion of disabled people.