You have a fantastic living room, beautiful dining room, a stylish and functional kitchen, a modern, cosy master bedroom... but the children's room is drab, old-fashioned, and uninspiring!
Know the feeling? Tired of endlessly and fruitlessly searching for furniture and accessories to make your child's room as fantastic as the rest of the house? Annoyed by ugly plastic toys lying around the place?
Yes? Well, so were the creators of kidslovedesign.com. They scoured the four corners of the globe to find the very best pieces of modern designer furniture, accessories and toys for children and brought them all together in one place!
Kidslovedesign.com opens its cyber doors with a promise to offer the very latest trends in design for children. All selected pieces combine contemporary beauty and elegance, with high-quality and environmentally-friendly materials and construction, and the hard-nosed functionality that is vital for any kid's room.
Next to internationally renowned brands such as XO, XL Design, Slide Design, Automoblox, Playsam and Anne-Claire Petit, kidslovedesign.com also offers new cutting-edge products that have not previously been available on the internet. All in all, kidslovedesign.com brings together 39 of the world's best, most innovative and most inspiring designers and artists under one roof and the spectacular results are immediately apparent to any new visitor.
Kidslovedesign.com's aim is to inspire, but they also know that inspiration is a two-way game. That is why the site features a section for trendy parents to show off their kid room creativity! The best photographs received are displayed and each month the best three win a voucher to spend in the store. Kidslovedesign.com also invites visitors to let them know about great products and designers not currently featured on the site. Their aim is to become an inspirational hub for parents looking for something special.
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