Multi-Table by Living Jewels
The Living Jewels Multi-Table is a table for children. By the plain design and functionality the Multi-Table becomes a painting-, playingand creative centre in the children’s room and a in other rooms. The board can easily be changed. According to the situation you can choose a sketch block with 125 sheets, a slate or an American Walnut plate. The basic idea is simple: no compromises. Each and every piece meets the highest requirements for safety, quality, functionality and ergonomics. This furniture represents pleasure for more than only one generation. Every detail of the furniture was carefully selected, taking into consideration the exceptionally criteria needed for the development of children’s furniture.
In particular the design follows the function just as much as some important facts, verified by numerous studies: pure colours and forms are most suitable to stimulate and enhance the creativity and the inventive talent of children. Or, in other words, creative furniture does not make creative kids. The furniture of Living Jewels is an enrichment and optical enhancement for the living spaces of children. Furthermore, each piece is ecologically safe and absolutely free from toxic substances.
All tubular elements are made of stainless steel and are polished to a brilliant sheen. Unlike chrome-plated elements that contain a layer of nickel, stainless steel causes no allergic reactions, does not flake and cannot rust
Each piece is meticulously handcrafted in selected German workshops by artisans who are genuine specialists in their field. Each and every piece of Living Jewels furniture is unique. A serial number is engraved into the framework of each piece, and every customer also receives a personalized certificate.
h 30 x w ca. 48 x d ca. 39 cm.
DIN A3 sketch book with 125 sheets, slate board, American Walnut.
All boards are 2 cm thick.
Product group: Kid's room furniture Library furniture Nursery furniture Children's desks Kids tables Kids tables Children's area Kids' tables
Designer: Dorothée Hackethal