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Monday, 24 November 2008 by Irene Hoofs


I have fallen in LOVE ... in love with the gorgeous children's furniture collection by Leif.designpark ...  a Japanese design team founded in 2006 and consisting of Takashi Ueno, Mamoru Naito and Keizaburo Honda... the image above shows the kids 'tone chairs' produced by De La Espada ... Leif.designpark's tone chair is specially designed to give kids a natural and positive surrounding by utilizing solid timber and environmentally friendly materials for that unmistakable sense of touch.
Everything this design team,  Leif.designpark, creates is just gorgeous and I can't wait to found out when and where the other products like the Ketta kids-chair will be brought in production ... the small storage space on the back is so lovely and would be a perfect spot for a little friend ... also click on the Lotta kids chair-2 seater and Fura and on Bloesem you can see and read more about their latest designs ...


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Love the tone chairs. It would be great if you could match the woods used to the room decor, ideally custom select woods and sequencing.

I saw these the other day via Olivelse and fell in love with these beautiful chairs. Everything about them is wonderful!
Glad to hear your little one is much better.