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Scan Magazine | Design | We Love This

We love this… There are so many colourful, fun and crazy things for children that it would almost be a shame not to play around with the arrangements in the children’s room. Having fun inside is essential, especially now that it is cold outside. We have found some ideas for you to get started. By Stephanie Brink Harck | Press photos

Karin Mannerstål has designed a comprehensive series of rugs for children. This rug, Time, is handmade from 100 per cent wool. It is not just playful, but educational as well. Designed by Karin Mannerstål, £152

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The children’s room should inspire fun and creative games, which is also why bright, vivid colours tend to work so well. This Birdie from the Danish company Hoptimist meets all of the above requirements. It looks so cool you might even want one in your Everybody loves a good old beanbag, so of course every child should have

living room.

one in their room. FLEXA has designed a range of different ones with many

Designed by Hoptimist, £20

colours and prints. Here it is adorned with birds and a nice pink chequered

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cover that is even removable and washable, making it easy to clean. Designed by FLEXA, £56

www.flexaworld.dk

Carry On is a portable seating solution that works perfectly on its own but also as a complement to other products – in other words, your children can

It can be difficult to find the perfect bed, but we are pretty sure that we

use them however they like. They have a round but simple form and combine

have found one. Made of beech wood, it is simple, elegant and typically

traditional craftsmanship with contemporary design and functionality.

Scandinavian.

Designed by Mattias Stenberg, £510

Designed by FLEXA, £402

www.studiovision.se

www.flexaworld.dk

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Profile for Scan Group

Scan Magazine, Issue 84, January 2016  

Promoting Brand Scandinavia. Featuring interview with Ace Wilder.

Scan Magazine, Issue 84, January 2016  

Promoting Brand Scandinavia. Featuring interview with Ace Wilder.