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Design Find: Monte Cubino

Proportions matter. Little people want comfortable seats that provide easy access and comfort. Most child-sized seating is rather wretched to look at. Happily more and more brands like Monte Designs are coming up with solutions to seating that are good-looking, affordable and irresistible to kids.

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Made in Canada, these Cubino items are made of thick and durable foam covered with a soft durable micro suede. Pick from eight two-tone color choices (I'll be ordering the charcoal and green). Momtrends is extra thankful that the seat cushion can be removed and machine washed (I'm guessing they've got some parents working at this design house). Recommended for ages 18 months to 7 years, the loveseat ($139) measures 30'?L x 17'?W x 16'?H and the chair ($109) chair: 20'?L x 17'?W x 16'?H. I'm working on Momtrends discount--stay tuned. Design find #45.

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