The social status has become an important part in the children’s room, as the parents buy expensive designer furniture’s in children sizes to give the children the same identity as them self. I wanted to create a furniture that appealed to the parents but also a furniture that embraces the children’s needs. A furniture that purely aesthetically can rest in the parents consciousness but also a piece of furniture that children can be curious at and play with.

The solid oak wood and the good craftmanship, ensures the furniture to last throughout many generations.
Play it combines functionality, quality and aesthetic forms in one solid table. This is not only a table for the present but also a table one can grow up with and pass on to next generations.