What is the right size of my childs desk?
Just the thing for all room requirements
The perfect dimension for all room sizes
A desk is the central piece of furniture in children’s rooms. This is especially true for small rooms. For this reason, it is important to be careful when choosing the right size of the children’s desk. After all, he has functions and tasks to fulfill. The children’s desk is the place of residence for your child; Here your child can play, but also learn and do the homework. In order to make the most of the space in the nursery and to provide your child with enough space for their needs, moll has developed children’s desks that are adapted to the needs and conditions of each room on the one hand and to your child on the other ergonomic children’s desk may be expected.
From classic to compact – maximum flexibility
For example, the “compact” version by moll, which, with its table width of approx. 90 cm, is ideal for small children’s and youth rooms. The classic model of a children’s desk from the house of moll offers more space and space with a table width of about 120 cm, if the nursery is larger. But the conditions in a nursery can change. Furniture is removed and replaced; the room conditions change. moll children’s desks are therefore designed to be as flexible as possible. This means they can be optionally expanded to increase the space for learning and playing later. That makes Moll child desks as unique as your child.
Children’s desks of moll grow with your child
The conditions of the nursery can change. Siblings move out and your child gets a bigger room. Or the Kinder- becomes the youth room. Her children’s desk by moll grows with you. You can respond just as flexibly to your child’s changing space needs by increasing or decreasing the size of the table, according to your child’s needs. This is made possible, among other things, by the modular system with which moll has equipped his children’s desks. This gives your child exactly the freedom they need for their development. In this way personal preferences are implemented and individual play and learning locations are created – always with the goal of promoting your child individually.