Collection: Weaning table, chairs and desks

Made in Northern Europe. Ergonomic and developed with your child’s needs in mind

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  • 5 star rating

    Sturdy and beautiful

    LOVE our house shelf so much! My boys use it all day long and I get so many compliments on it when people come over. Very easy and quick to put together and sturdy. I highly recommend!

    Taylor, USA

  • 5 star rating

    We have our bed back

    I can't even describe how happy we all are with the new bed. Our kids had stolen our bed, so this bed has worked a charm and we now have our bed back! Easy to make and looks so good. Thank you!

    Alice, UK

  • 5 star rating

    Fantastic products

    Well designed and sturdy. Easy to put together. Our three-year-old son loves his new bed and so do we! Delivery came even earlier than expected. Highly recommend.

    Laura, Canada

  • 5 star rating

    Highly recommend

    This met all my expectations love the wood! Easy to put together. Well packaged for the long trip. Highly recommend this shop!

    Debbie, USA

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Types of tables and chairs

  • Classic table and chair set: Our children's table and chair sets are designed with the right size and proportions for kids, ensuring comfortable and supportive seating and workspace.
  • House-shaped desk: The house shape is visually appealing to children, creating an inviting and engaging workspace that can make studying or playing more enjoyable.
  • Activity cube: These activity desks are a perfect blend of learning, play, and physical activity. These desks offer a range of play options, from traditional desk-based activities like drawing, writing, and puzzles to physically active play with slides and ramps. This versatility keeps children engaged and interested.
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Table and chair use cases

  • Adaptive growth: The product grows with your child, offering two height levels for extended use.
  • Practical life skills: Encourages practical life activities and teaches table manners, fostering household participation.
  • Healthy eating: Promotes healthy eating habits and food liking, contributing to a well-rounded diet.
  • Motor skills: Introduces control of movement activities, enhancing motor skills and dexterity.
  • Social interaction: Encourages sibling interaction and the development of social skills, providing a gathering space for children.
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Made from Baltic birch plywood

We use local Baltic birch plywood crafted from layers of birch wood veneer that are bonded together with adhesive. Birch plywood is known for its strength and durability. It can withstand the wear and tear that often comes with children using furniture. This is especially important for pieces that kids are likely to climb on. Our plywood has a light, uniform color, and smooth grain pattern.

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Hey, we’re Gunita and Martins

For the past 8 years, we've been on an incredible journey alongside our three kids, creating a furniture brand specifically for families like ours. We're thrilled to have you here on our store and want to let you know that we’re always available to answer your questions and provide guidance.

Shop owners Gunita and Martins signature.
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Tips for choosing a table and chair

When you're looking for the perfect Montessori table and chair or desk setup for your child, consider these tips.

  1. Child's age and size: Consider your child's age and size. Montessori principles emphasize child-centered learning, so choose furniture that is proportioned for your child's height and size. Look for adjustable options if you want the furniture to grow with your child.
  2. Child's involvement: Involve your child in the selection process. Allow them to choose colors or designs they prefer. This encourages a sense of ownership and personal responsibility.
  3. Child's needs: Identify your child's specific needs. If they need a space for art and creativity, choose a desk with a large work surface. For eating, a child-sized table and chair set is ideal. Consider your child's interests and activities.
  4. Simplicity and functionality: Montessori furniture should be simple and functional. Look for clean, uncluttered designs that serve the primary purpose. Avoid excessive decoration or distracting elements.
  5. Child's independence: Montessori principles promote independence. Choose furniture that enables your child to use it without assistance. For example, the chair should allow them to sit down and get up independently.
  6. Accessibility: Ensure the furniture is accessible to your child. The table or desk should be at the right height, and the chair should allow their feet to touch the ground. This supports proper posture and movement.
  7. Safety: Prioritize safety. Look for furniture with rounded edges and corners to prevent injuries. Check for sturdy construction and non-toxic materials.
  8. Materials: Choose natural, high-quality materials. Wood is often preferred in Montessori environments. Avoid furniture made with harmful chemicals.
  9. Versatility: Consider furniture that can serve multiple functions or adapt to different activities. Montessori furniture is designed to be versatile and accommodate various tasks.
  10. Child-centered design: Look for furniture that is designed with a child's perspective in mind. Montessori furniture is created to meet the child's developmental needs and facilitate their activities.