Evelyn Lee

P'kolino's Klick Puzzle Chair

by , 11/08/07

Pkolino Kilck Puzzle Chair, Children’s Furniture, Puzzle Chair, Children Play Table

We love Pkolino’s line of children’s furniture for their bright use of color, durability, and creative ingenuity that makes little ones’ furniture appealing to tots and adults alike. The P’kolino Klick is no exception, combining workspace for your toddler with a clever puzzle-like design that provides storage space for all their art supplies.



Pkolino Kilck Puzzle Chair, Children

The P’kolino Klick will last your children through their toddler years, with a recommendation for those that ages 3-7. Storage space is hidden under the seat, which is also padded to protect your little one’s bum. Of course the genius of the design is its compact functionality which takes up minimal space leaving room for the adults, when the children are not at play.

Available on the P’kolino website for $198.85

+ P’kolino Klick Puzzle Chair
+ P’kolino Play Table and Tower

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6 Comments

  1. Move your mind » ... November 14, 2007 at 6:55 am

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  2. Barbara Piplits November 12, 2007 at 12:10 pm

    The design is very cute and fun, I agree. But where is the mentioned storage space? I suppose you meant the tiny shelves under the seat – you must be kidding. Everybody who has kids older than a couple of weeks will know that this is by way not enough. When will designers finally realize the ‘real’ storage needs and size needs for a working table for kids. On the table there is just enough space for paper, but where will you put the crayons whithout them being knocked over! This design will satisfy adults but does not offer enough space for kids old enough to hold a pencil! Just imaging your first grader (6 years) trying to make his/her homework at this table. Get real with the age recommendations. My kids are 13 and 9 years old now and I learned a lot about space needs of kids over the last decade (we also bought a cute little table as soon as our oldest son could sit).

  3. Richard November 10, 2007 at 8:23 pm

    It’s a bargain considering the amount of clothing they’ll outgrow in the same time frame! If it were scaled up, I’d consider one for my computer desk at home!

  4. Neece November 9, 2007 at 7:03 pm

    What a clever design! Fun and practical, which is ideal.

  5. B*A*M*F November 9, 2007 at 12:55 am

    Very cool. What makes it particularly sustainable?

  6. J. November 8, 2007 at 11:44 pm

    Love the look *and* the compactness when not in use.

    A bit of an “investment piece” for the average working person, but appears to be well worth the outlay. And if it does in fact suit 3 thru 7 (re sizing), then it’s very fairly priced ’cause you’d definitely get your money’s worth!

    Thanks for bringing this mfgr. to our attention :-)

    Cheers
    J

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