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Jul 2, 2006

THE FUTURE OF KIDS' FURNITURE?

Even childrens' furniture and accessories have gone all mod nowadays. And we are not only talking about about the kids' wares at IKEA or homegrown store Lifebaby.

Such is also the case with the furniture, textile and home accessory collections at ducduc, a NYC-based collaborative design house. Their products (not available in Singapore - yet again) are a sneak peek into the shape of things to come, as far as childrens' homeware is concerned. The company's philosophy of sustainable style is 'expressed through its design and materials, environmentally sensitive manufacturing process, and commitment to corporate social responsibility'.

Not sure if it's because I like to draw or what, but their PJ armoire/ storage, with its doors finished in chalkboard for the kids' endless scribbling and doodling, ranks as one of my favourite pieces. Sounds fun? It is.


Stan

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