Though the school year is over, desks are a necessary thing in every home with kids because there they can paint, draw and do many other things, and of course a kid’s desk should be comfortable and cool-looking to make studies more interesting and to inspire the kid. We’ve prepared some cool options for you to choose, they are comfy, ergonomic and cute.
Furniture retailer Rafa Kids has designed a children’s table that resembles the letter K when seen from the side. The K-desk features rounded corners and a lid that can be lifted up to reveal a second table top. The desk rests on four legs, with the front two extending forward at a more pronounced angle to create a profile that resembles the letter K. The table comes in black or white finishes that retain the natural pattern of the birch wood, with no screws or connectors visible from the exterior of the table.
Oeuf continues to design eco-friendly children’s furniture and accessories for the design-conscious parents out there. Their latest release is the Brooklyn Desk, where you kid can sit down to do homework or arts and crafts. While keeping the design clean and minimal, the desk still offers plenty of function with removable boxes for storage. Crafted from the highest quality Baltic birch plywood, the desk features slender, rounded legs that let you adjust its height to three different settings as your child grows.
The ‘Kids Imagination’ desk and chair is the first launch from new eco-friendly children’s furniture company The Cardboard Guys. Made in the USA from 40-60% post-consumer recycled fiber, the debut pieces are called the ‘Kids Imagination’ desk and chair and were designed with the help of feedback from over 200 parents and children.
Frederic Collette has designed this cool chair and desk set for children 3-10 years old. This chair has angles in the shape of an “A” to provide more stability in the chair so a child cannot topple it over easy. Underneath the seat is a storage compartment that uses magnets to keep the lid fastened snug with the drawer.
Designed by Ubiquity Design Studio, Knelt is a desk and seat that aims for a neutral posture while sitting at it. You know how bad posture can be when you’re hovered over your work, think about how bad it was when you were a kid. Here’s hoping this eliminates every mother from having to say, “Sit up straight!”
Designer Nataša Njegovanović has developed the ‘avila’ furniture system for children, and it includes a desk. The desk takes the shape of a cow, the stool as a dog, the push-bike as a cat, the pencil case as a chicken and the toy box as pig.
Designed by Roberto Gil, the ConnectMe Desk by Casa Kids grows right alongside the kids who use it, making it a versatile, functional, and cost-effective desk for residential and educational use. Besides being practical, the ConnectMe Desk is also stylish.
The Pkolino Klick Desk and Chair Set has a neat design which forms into a cube when not in use. This space saving kids furniture is designed for children ages 3-7. For parents that have small homes or apartments, this product creates possibilities in improved space management.
This brilliantly colored table by designer Carlos Pendas is a whimsical kid’s desk that uses tensed fabric as a surface rather than an ordinary hard top. The stretched fabric also doubles as a drum for an added touch of fun and interaction. Hangoo’s simple assembly can be completed in minutes and is so easy that even kids can participate in the process.