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Furniture & Facility

Children’s rooms are not just for playing and sleeping, but also spaces for creativity and development. What will the children’s room of the future look like? Get a glimpse of what’s in store at Kind + Jugend. Not only is the high-quality furniture on display practical, robust and safe, but also beautiful.

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Feeling right at home

  • Cabinets and shelving systems
  • Changing tables, dressers and toppers
  • Beds, cradles, baby rockers and bassinets
  • Mattresses, toppers and protectors
  • Tables and desks
  • Chairs, high chairs, armchairs, sofas and benches
  • Other furniture like baby walkers, travel beds and mirrors

These are furniture trends for children’s rooms

Whether at home, the grandparents or in the daycare centre, children’s room furniture needs to withstand a lot of wear and tear and also keep up with the little ones. What are the latest trends and solutions in the market?

Trend towards multifunctionality

The market is witnessing a clear shift towards flexible and expandable multifunctional children’s room furniture. This comes as no surprise – after all, it is not only practical but also sustainable. Height-adjustable desks are a classic, but even baby cribs are evolving thanks to sleeping surfaces that grow with the child.

Modular systems are also gaining popularity for their ability to adapt to the changing needs of children.

Focus on sustainability

The desire for more sustainability in children's rooms cannot be missed. Natural wood sourced from certified forests is highly sought after. In addition, bamboo, cork, linen and eco-friendly paints and varnishes are also very popular. High-quality craftsmanship and the origin of raw materials are important to parents. An eco-conscious children’s room is wanted!

Desire for individuality

The desire for naturalness and individuality extends to children’s rooms. Limited editions, one-of-kind pieces and configurable furniture cater to the desire for uniqueness. At the same time, comfort remains paramount. This is achieved through the use of natural materials, bright colours and simple shapes.