Top 3 Design for Kids at Maison et Objet September 2016

While you are wandering at Maison et Objet September 2016, you will see playful furniture and accessories for kids. The most eye-catching and dream-like brands on the stand are aligned for you!

1-Circu

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Circu is an interior design brand, which is a magical and didactic way of living and inhabiting a space dedicated mostly to a child – the room. In ultimate essence, it’s the possibility of realization and embodiment of worldwide charming and highly emotional designed for children, voice-command of all his growth. Circu it’s proposed, as the name implies, to be a creative space, free and fantastic, where children play with your intellect and dreams.

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2-Harto

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Harto prides itself on creating eye-catching functional furniture, which is clearly presented in their new range of products. The collection uses a neutral palette with occasional bursts of colour that adds a playful tone to individual pieces. The brand lives through its collaboration with a number of designers, including Pierre-François Dubois and Guillaume Delving Studio.

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See also: INNOVATIONS FOR MAISON ET OBJET PARIS SEPTEMBER 2016

3-Maison Deux

Design for Kids at Maison et Objet September

Maison Deux is a home and living brand for kids. It was founded to design fun and distribute minimalist products for contemporary homes. All their products are crafted from high-quality, natural materials, inspired by the stories and dreams of little rockers.

Design for Kids at Maison et Objet September

See also: LIVING ROOM IDEAS AT MAISON ET OBJET PARIS SEPTEMBER 2016

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