When we talk about children and youth furniture, we have to take into account the environment and the space, and the furniture´s adaptation to small spaces, which is the case of many homes today. Our worry is to design free environments in small spaces. In 1974, Mr R.H. Smith already warned that larger spaces in children´s rooms favor greater motor activity in children, activate their creative, behavior, physical contact and their verbal communication.
Materials. Always look for furniture which have been approved by the EEC, it just not only guarantees the quality, durability and wear resistance of the furniture, it also avoid unnecessary concern or unaware of what kind of materials have been use in its manufacturation, therefore you will prevent accidents, adverse reactions or allergic diseases which may cause to our children.
The proper thickness of the wardrobe will guarantee durability and resistance to deterioration. We recall that we speak about our children, therefore the furniture is exposed to the antics of our little ones.
Bases well constructed will always have strength and stability, avoiding unnecessary accidents or landslides.
Price is important when buying a wardrobe, but they are also measures that influence the degree of storage capacity. Its interior, it is not the same if it comes with integrated drawers and shelves or it comes empty. Beware! sometimes the price fool you!
Always look for a furniture which has a faithful commitment to the environment, a furniture which respect the environment, in its conception and creation. Look for distinctive certificates in its commiment with the environment.
Social responsibility. It is important that we ensure to all the fixed assets have a trace which is socially responsible.