The new schoolyear is just around the corner so maybe you are looking for the very first desk for your child or need to update from the old one which is too small? Creating a dedicated study space for your child will not only make him feel more grown-up, but also allow him to concentrate better. As a parent, you might also be tired of clearing up books and eraser shavings from the kitchen table! It’s never too early to learn good study habits so why not invest time looking for a desk that really pleases both your child and yourself? Here are our favourite desks for 2017 to help you get you started.
This is not only a desk but five pieces of furniture in one! Lemodi’s ingenious and modular “zero to five” series can be assembled in different ways, so you can have a cot, a bench, picnic table or a study desk.
This is the slim version of the Biurko desk from Polish furniture brand Minko. Available in black, blue, yellow, pink or white, this desk will have a timeless appeal for several years ahead.
The Io tray table and bench set will be a joyful addition any kid’s room. It has a practical flip function so your children can sit and draw or write for hours with the tabletop at a comfortable angle or it can flip 180° which makes it a tray with borders around it so no building blocks for example can fall off the edge.
The Geo’s table from Danish brand We do Wood is made out of Moso bamboo, one of the most sustainable natural resources the world has.
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With this cute chair and desk from Plantoys, your little one can pretend to be in a classroom at an early age and become an eager little learner.
The stylish Lynn desk by Bopita will easily accomodate any kind of décor, whether it is a sweet pastel girl’s room or a boy’s little den.
If your kid loves the vintage look, then why not consider the Buton desk by La Redoute which has all the old-school charm but no old pencil etchings and scratch marks.
Sweet and neat, the Berlingot kids desk from Maisons du Monde UK will add a soft and gentle touch to your girl’s room.
The Cato desk from Habitat has elegant contemporary lines that will fit perfectly into a smaller space.
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The Plyconic Plyve kid’s desk in plywood is recognizable by its compass style legs and raised borders to prevent pens and other little things from rolling off the edges.
Who would have guess that this contemporary Scandinavian styled children’s desk is from Kmart?
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The Brooklyn desk by Oeuf at the Kidostore is made to grow with your child. It can actually adapt to any member of the family with its adjustable height and you’ll love its moveable storage boxes.
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This beautifully handcrafted kids desk is made out of birch plywood and made by Belgian brand In 2 Wood.
Alreay convinced? O at least maybe you have a better idea of what the ideal kid’s desk should look like now. If you need ideas also on how to decorate around and within the study area then check out our latest post Study Areas for Kid’s Rooms
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