You’re going to love Swoon’s new kids collection
Inspire your little ones with fun and interactive furniture
Take a sneak peek at Swoon’s new kids collection, which features fun yet practical furniture, handy storage and gorgeous pieces that encourage creativity.
Wanting to give your kid’s room a refresh? Swoon’s new 9-piece range might be the answer. Designed to spark creativity at home, the collection was born after embarking on a series of creative workships with a group of children earlier this year. It has been designed with kids for kids, the range really hits the mark.
Hunter trolley, £229
Craft was one of the main inspirations behind this collection and Swoon wanted to create a wheelable storage unit that can house all of your kids arts and crafts tools. It also has a stool that can be stored inside it for easy access – bonus.
Aiyla reading den/coat rack, £89
One of the kids in the workshops, Aiyla, told Swoon that she likes to find a place to read her books and draw that is hidden away, where she feels calm and cosy. Please welcome, Aiyla the reading den/coat rack. This multipurpose frame can be used as a clothes rack but ingeniously changes into a petite tent frame that you can throw a sheet over.
Fynne drawing tray/storage desk, £149
If there’s one thing that unleashes a child’s creativity, it’s drawing. With this in mind, Swoon wanted to design a drawing tray that could be taken from desk to bed, bringing any child’s passion for art to where they feel most comfy. The Fynne storage desk offers the freedom to take off the tray and carry around any project.
Emmeline chair, £49
Swoon have definitely amped up the cute factor with the Emmeline chair. With its own signature ‘bunny’ ears, we can imagine this looking adorable in any kids room.
More pieces from the collection…
Altai desk & stool set, £169
Freddie desk, £179
Harri storage box, £249 & Avar clothes rack, £89
The new collection will be available online from the 16th September. Let the countdown begin.
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