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Colorful Iglooplay furniture by Lisa Albin Design perfects child’s play

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Colorful Iglooplay furniture by Lisa Albin Design perfects child’s play

If you're anything like us, the idea of bringing crap child sized plastic furniture into your home sends shivers down your spine. But what if you could have furniture that not only fits your family's style, but also enhances your child's playtime? Enter Iglooplay by Lisa Albin Design. A veteran designer whose vision for a playful line of eco-friendly furniture for children took flight in 2005, Lisa incorporates organic forms and ergonomics that even adults can use and enjoy. If you haven't yet picked up your own Prism Pods or Toy Chaise, head down to BKLYN Designs this weekend for your chance.

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After observing her own daughters at play, Lisa Albin conceived an intuitive line of furniture with low, wide proportions that provided a safe space to play while also engaging imagination. She uses gentle, earth-friendly materials sourced from sustained yield forests that have none of the toxins of conventional mass-produced furniture, and ensures all of her pieces are upholstered for both color and comfort.

Lisa Albin Design operates under the premise that children deserve care, respect and support, and that these things are not possible without also supporting the earth. This guides her decision to craft high quality products that will last, reducing the need to purchase new furniture and usurping further resources. And, committed to the most stringent safety standards, Iglooplay pieces are certified to meet juvenile product compliance. Curious? Come to BKLYN Designs in Greenpoint this weekend, and don't forget to say hi to the Inhabitat team.

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