One of the greatest successes of the Aepe Chair is that it invites kids to interact. There are so many visual distractions available to children nowadays that tactile ones are rare, yet very beneficial to their development. Here is a thick bit of spongy foam material that's been cut into unusual shapes with slits, and this can be manipulated into a seating object as a single piece.
Roman Bentley's little lounger slots together to form a sturdy colorful furnishing that's fit to support the size and weight of a youngster. Given enough assistance and instruction from mom and dad, kids can learn to take apart the Aepe Chair and rebuild it without too much trouble. When the playroom needs a tidy, the seat can be flattened and stashed against a wall or under a bed.
Flattening Foam Seating
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