The Dexter Kids Stool was made for little ones so they can create and learn throughout the day. Made to be paired with the Dexter Kids Table, these stools allow children to play independently and enjoy meals on a stool that was designed with them in mind. Children will have no issues sitting and eating and will love having a stool of their very own. Ideal for use in a kids’ bedroom, playroom, in a living space or dining room, the light natural birch plywood is durable and can be easier to match to existing furniture so will not look out of place in most homes.
Similarly, this stool would also be suitable for more commercial use in a daycare, school or community centre. The rocket ship shaped legs provide a sturdy base so you can be sure any little one sitting on these stools are in safe hands. With a recommended age of 18 months +, your child can enjoy having a chair of their own, while the smooth surface makes it easy to keep clean. Parents will also love the quick and easy assembly. No fiddling with dowel or screws, these stools securely click together and will be ready to go in seconds!
For a stylish and practical stool for kids to eat, play and create on, look no further than the Dexter Kids Stool.
|Made from||Birch plywood|
|Assembled dimensions||31cm high x 29cm wide|
Legs imprint - 37cm x 37cm wide
30cm space between legs
15cm high floor to under legs
|Carton dimensions||38cm wide x 65cm high x 5cm deep|
|Recommended age||18 months +|
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Perfect size for my two kids, they love them!Really quick delivery! Amazing
Children loved them and looks greatWould certainly buy from Mocka again
PerfectionSuper easy to put together and the kids love them!! Great quality and dimensions are perfectFast delivery, easy ordering system noisiest what so ever
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