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These chairs are specially designed for younger children. Their size is intended for children from 2 years of age, up to 10 years of age, and even parents.
Ideal for use with Multisensor Art Table Julle
The chair is designed to serve the entire preschool and primary school period. From the age of 2, the baby in the chair will be able to feel safe and stable, because the armrests will not allow him to fall off the chair. The legs of the chair are wider on the outside and connected at the bottom, which allows it to maintain stability even on uneven surfaces. In turn, the armrests of a school-age child will be lower so as not to restrict movement. The armrests are not in top mode. Physiotherapists advise students to choose chairs without armrests so that they do not get used to sitting at a table at home - leaning against the support with one hand.
The seat is padded so that the edge of the seat does not press against the thighs. The back padding is removable. It is secured with adhesive tape. You will be able to choose the height at which the soft backrest is required! The material is an ecological velvet furniture fabric in mint green, which will fit into any interior because it is not bright and is similar to the color of houseplants.
By choosing Luula's ergonomically designed chair, as your child grows up you will not have to buy another chair for your baby for each age group !!
The chair is made of laminated plywood, with an upholstered seat and back. The edges of the plywood are stained with a slightly darker natural linseed oil. The chair can withstand a weight of up to 100 kg and is very stable. Its simple, tasteful Scandinavian design style will fit into any interior. It is especially suitable for Luula children's tables Luula and Julle
seat height 26-40 cm
seat width 28.5 cm
armrests height 40 cm
back height 59 cm
All Luula products meet the following standards: http://eurlex.europa.eu/legalcontent/EN/TXT/uri=CELEX:32009L0048&locale=en
The product complies with the European Union's Harmonized Safety Standards, which are internationally accepted (Directive 2009/48 / EC)