5 design furniture stores for kids

If you’re a parent looking to create a kid-friendly space that has elements of modern design, style and a bit of fantasy without the usual cartoonish vibe, look no further. There are a plethora of furniture stores for children (especially online), and it can get a bit overwhelming.  Here are a few stores that offer high-design furniture and décor items for nurseries and kid’s rooms. These stores offer sophisticated but playful contemporary pieces for your little ones.

 

ROCA Kids and décor Store

The one thing we love about this online store is that it supplies locally made furniture. It is run by Cape-based Hayley Windt and launched in September 2017. It offers quality, handcrafted products and an array of options through customisation.

 

Rocakids.co.za

 

Kids Living

Is for the brand-conscious parents that want nothing but the best for their tiny-tots. Think Stokke, Bugaboo, Thule strollers, Kids Mill and Luma baby care. Dutch-expats, Sandra and Jeroen Hartgers, have been running the Cape Town store in De Waterkant for the past ten years and recently launched a Joburg branch in Kramerville West. The store offers a range of renowned international brands such as IKEA.

 

 

Kidsliving.co.za

 

Collerette 

Collerette is an online boutique by former model Katia Lekarski that offers unique high-quality products. It offers a range of brands such as Aden + Anais, Egmont, Djeco, Micuna and much more. It makes it easy for parents to create their dream nursery or kiddies room with a wide variety of amazing products from furniture, decor items, travel, clothing, and toys.

Collerete.co.za

 

Studio collection

Studio Collection is founded by Interior designer Yvette Barry and has sourced an extensive range of gorgeous cotton fabrics that are used to manufacture exclusive bespoke bedding and decor for nurseries and kids rooms.

 

studiocollection.co.za

 

Mokki

Mokki specialises in bedroom furniture for kids and teens and reflects global trends in its design and aesthetic. The products are designed to enhance children’s creativity and their imagination.

 

Image: Mokki.co.za

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