Established in the 1940’s, Karimoku is the biggest wood furniture maker in Japan. The K-Chair Mini is a scaled-down version of the flagship mid-mod armchair. It’s made of walnut-stained, sustainably harvested, rubberwood and black vinyl. There aren’t any kid-sized side tables, though, so this would sit cutely, if a little forlornly, by itself. In conclusion if you want a piece of stylish and modern piece of furniture for your kid this might be a gret choice although I don’t think that a beautiful piece of furniture like this will resit to much in a kids room. The Karimoku60 K-Chair Mini can be yours for 25,000 yen.
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