Don Table and Chairs and Storage Bench – Eco-friendly furniture

I simply can’t believe that this children’s furniture from
Room to Grow is made from 70% recycled paper.
Joining the ranks of eco-forward products, the Don Table and Chairs
comes to you in a flat pack and is 100% recyclable. Super sturdy once
assembled (no tools needed), your children can busy themselves with
arts and crafts, and even safely have dinner on it – the waterproof
laminate will ensure spills and messes aren’t a problem.

The handy Storage Bench
is available in a
handsome geometric design which has quite taken my fancy, as well as a
cute critters print. Hide away all those loose toys without resorting
to an unimaginative plastic container which will take a million years
to biodegrade. A limited lifespan is a good thing when it comes
to the fickle world of children’s products. Let’s face it, we don’t
need child-sized furniture to last forever,
and neither does our planet.

Room to Grow has used a patented cardboard product by
Krooom
with strict specifications that the product is fully foldable,
durable, has no unsightly cardboard edges showing, no tools required
for assembly, and is attractive and eco-friendly. It seems all those
boxes
have well and truly been ticked with an array of beautiful products to
choose from – storage units, bookcases and other types of
tables and chairs. This is one way of ensuring that the environmental
footprint we leave behind is lessened considerably – a challenge
many of us parents are taking very seriously as we consider the future
we and our children face.

Check out the
‘Where to Buy’ page for local stockists.
The table and chairs are priced at a reasonable $90, with the storage bench at $50. It’s nice to see such a useful product available locally.

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