A few weeks ago after stumbling over yet another little person’s chair in our house, I realised my daughter has a slightly-larger-than-average amount of seating available just for her. A count revealed seven miniature seats and stools scattered around the house in various locations! Chairs are obviously a weak point for me.
I suppose it’s no surprise then that I went a little weak at the knees upon viewing the brightly-hued baby Acapulco chairs from Mexican company Innit. Looking tailor-made for lounging around, the chairs are a marvel of weaving technology. Handmade in Mexico with vinyl cord using traditional Mayan hammock weaving practices, the chairs are comfortability and retro-style defined. Finish off with chrome or powder-coated hardened steel and you have a chair that will last well into the teen years.
To order a weaved wonder for your little one, contact Innit. The baby Acapulco is US$295 plus postage to Australia.
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