Functional and Fun Kids' Furniture from Svan


Children grow very quickly where they quickly outgrow their baby furniture and require items for sitting and playing. My older daughter turned two we bought her the cutest table (or so we thought); while she loved it, I realized that cute also doesn't mean sturdy where it broke down before she turned three. Now, that my second daughter is toddling around (and getting into everything, I might add), we have been using a new table from Svan, a Swedish line that was started by two fathers, Kjell Hagstrom and Anders Fallman.


Started in 1996 with their sturdy high chairs, Svan quickly grew as they earned international popularity with other products like toddler tables and ride-on toys. Other products in the line include a Baby Bouncer, Creativity Cruiser, a Baby Booster Seat and the Play-With-Me Toddler Table and Chairsthat I was able to test out. My husband put together the set with no grunting or frustration that he has experienced from other toys and pieces of furniture. The instructions were really easy to understand and the set (2 chair, a table and a stool) was all put together within 45 minutes. My older daughter was elated about the cute set, and so was I since both of my girls could now have a place to sit, read and create. I also loved how sturdy the table and chairs are - since I also sat on them as I played with my daughters. I also appreciated that the chairs were stackable and easily nested on top of each other, which is great for storage as well as the solid birch wood that was simply beautiful. The modern Scandinavian design is also incredible that looked great in the girls' playroom, but I could also see it in the living room, bedroom or in a nursery.

As a functional brand that is also stylish, Svan is connected to what the modern parent needs and produces products that kids will love and use for years.

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