LAAS DRAWER plywood - 2 in 1 kids stool with toy box

84.00EUR
Shipping time: 21-28 dni

Laas Drawer - version plywood

Is simple yet stable stool for kids.You can sit on it straight or straddle it. There is a toy box under the seat where children can hide their treasures. The drawer is equipped with glides and a security lock that prevents the drawer to fall out in an uncontrollable way. Laas drawer has a durable structure being able to hold a weight of an adult person. It can be used as a kitchen step or a short stool in a home library. You may complement it with other furniture models from the Chestair family.

Available in 6 colour versions. Seat of the stool can be coloured, rest of the stool is in natural plywood colour.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:

  • sturdy construction
  • pull-out drawer/toy box
  • safety latch preventing the drawer/toy box from falling out
  • anti slippage pads
  • designed and manufactured in Poland using ecological and biodegradable materials

PRODUCT OPTIONS AND PERSONALIZATION:

  • available finishing options: satin glow or mat
  • you can choose seat colour

    Natural,
    White,
    Yellow (light yellow) ref. RAL1018 or NCS S 0560-Y,
    Red (salmon red) ref. RAL3022 or NCS S 1060-Y80R,
    Green (mint green) ref. RAL 6027 or NCS S 1055-B90G,
    Blue (light blue) ref. RAL 5012 or NCS S 1560-R90,
  • possibility of a name ENGRAVING 'name on disc' – engraving suggestions shown on pictures

SIZE,WEIGHT AND LOAD:

  • length(L)/Width(W)/Height(H) 350x320x240mm ; 13,8x12,6x9,4”
  • weight 5,2kg or 11,46lb
  • static load strength up to 70kg or 154,3lb

MATERIAL AND FINISH:

  • natural birch plywood
  • double layer of natural hard waxes based on oils linseed, sunflower, soya and thistle and waxes candelila and carnauba
  • toy box bottom - birch plywood
  • conformity to the Toy Safety Norm PN-EN 71-3

CHESTAIR FAMILY SERIES:

  • possibility to supplement with other series products such as Chestair, Stool or/and Table
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