Since I've been decorating a playroom for my children, I have been noticing children's decor more than ever. And there is nothing cuter than a petite, children's version of a classic chair. Of course most children don't care whether it's from Ikea or Design Within Reach, and I don't think I could ever justify making a huge investment in children's furniture. But's always fun to dream!
A pint-sized orange Panton chair adds a pop of color to this modern nursery.
Jenna Lyon's little boy's room has the same chair.
The Panton junior chair comes in every color of the rainbow!
Blogger Peppermint Bliss's little girl can kick up her heels in her mini Eames lounger.
via Peppermint Bliss
Also available in wee-sized proportions and a myriad of colors is the iconic Kartell ghost chair.
via Prudent Baby
Colorful bentwood chairs on sleek chrome bases are perfect for everything from tea parties to finger painting.
A replica of Arne Jacobsen's egg chair makes a cozy place to curl up with a picture book.
The more affordable (but not cheap) Ikea version is cute, too.
Baby bertoia chairs remind me of my local public library when I was a child. That's right- the children's section of the Gaston County Public Library was full of Bertoia, Eames, and Baughman. Too bad they redecorated before I knew enough to appreciate it!
But to bring back those childhood memories, there *may* be some Little Berts headed my way...