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October 16, 2006

Chair-and-Desk Cube


Meaghan Wolff wrote about it in the October 12 Washington Post Home section, as follows:


One Clever Cube

Practical and chic don't readily click when it comes to kiddie furniture, so we were taken with Klick, a clever chair-and-desk combination that fits snugly together to form a compact cube when not in use. The sturdy desktop and frame is made of Baltic birch by P'kolino (piccolino means "little one" in Italian), a Florida company designing modern play furniture.


With its minimalist appeal, Klick works with adult furnishings — it's just the right height for stacking magazines next to the sofa — while providing work and play space for 3- to 7-year-olds. Underneath the padded vinyl seat, a cubby stores books, crayons and pencils.


Available in orange, blue, purple, red or green for $285 at www.pkolino.com

Tell you what: there's an even larger market out there for the adult version.

Maybe I'll email P'kolino and give 'em a heads-up so they can get there first.



October 16, 2006 at 11:01 AM | Permalink


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