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Battistella, collection Nidi 04

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ithout a doubt, a child’s room is private, exclusive, sometimes even a secret world, and perfect to place to hideaway by yourself or in company. Just like this attic room, inspired by a tree house. Here, furniture is simple and fucntional: a bed with padded headboard and bedframe, a sofa which in a mere second becomes a practical bed for sleepovers, large cushions to lean on and minimal bedside table and wardrobe with large cartoon-like doorknobs. Practical and fantastical, the perfect space to live out out all your dreams and adventures.

Three pieces one style

Large cushions.

Extra-large, ultra-soft, cylindrical or spherical. Mix-and-match different shapes and sizes: kids like sitting on the floor and these cushions become fun and comfy seats.

Sofa-bed.

Instead of the same old guest bed, go for this crisp and versatile sofa. Simply turn it into a bed by removing its back, and you can quickly put it back together again.

Large doorknob.

By adding an ironic accessory, you can turn the plainest of pieces into a fun design. Just like these large doorknobs, which can replace conventional handles, a fresh way to update a tired old wardrobe.



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