Children love mimicking their parents. Whether this be pretending to talk to a loved one on the telephone, pretending to cook the tea, or pretending to carry out some lawn-mowing outside, mimicking behaviour is a key part of growing up.
As adults, we have a range of distinctive character traits and tastes in art, style, hobbies and other luxury items. Naturally, children want to feel like they have the same opportunities to enjoy similar luxury items and pretend to be grown-up, just like their parents. Have you ever noticed how children are quick to steal your seat when you get up and move to a different room? Rather than assuming that this has been done to annoy you – have you thought that perhaps your child simply wants to sit in the big chair just like you?!
Our range of luxury modern wooden furniture has been designed with your child in mind. Allow them to sit in the big chair as much as they want, by buying them chairs and tables to match yours from . Not only will this keep your little one quiet, but it can also provide you with a fashionable accessory, helping you keep the style of your house your own, even with children. Let’s take a look at the range of furniture we have to offer.
Our range of cute chairs have been produced to cater to the desires of your child. Offering 100% comfort (which you will already know as owner of the bigger version!), you can choose from a selection of rocking chairs, reading chairs and even dining room chairs, to help your child feel like an equal part of the family unit. Scherzi Tel carried out extensive testing on all of our chairs, and have used years of research to design the type of chair that makes your child feel comfortable, whilst appearing like a young adult. Perhaps some of the good behaviour that you expect, might even rub off on them as they model their behaviours on you?
As they grow from babies into children, your young children will start to form their own opinion of the world around them. During this process, they might start to push the boundaries and suggest ways that they think they should be allowed to eat. More often than not, this will include the need to sit at a grown-up table, where they eat like Mummy and Daddy, with a knife and fork. Although it is dangerous to give them sharp cutlery, you could provide them with the experience of eating at a grown-up table every day of the week!
Our range of tables have been designed to give your child the impression that, just like Mummy and Daddy, they can be the head of the table. Having fully adjustable legs, sides and ends, Scherzi Tel have produced table furniture which grows just like they do. Perhaps when they reach the size of adults, they will have developed some acceptable table manners along the process and understand the dining-room etiquette required of them.
Arguable one of our most adorable items of furniture, is the dressing table. Mimicking Mummy’s methods of applying make-up, girls love to feel as though they are dressing themselves up. Scherzi Tel’s stylish range of dressing tables allows them to immerse themselves in the adult culture, and if you can find some suitable make-up for children, they can feel just like they are getting ready for a big night out! The only problem with this, is that you might have to let them down gently when the babysitter arrives…
Although, as adults, we soon got sick and tired of going to work every day, for some reason children love to pretend that they are working. Whether this be pretending to own a shop, cooking for their friends as wannabe chefs, or sitting behind a desk doing a 9-5 office job, children love to pretend that they are the ones who bring home the bacon!
Scherzi Tel have designed a safe, versatile range of miniature desks that cater to the desires of children. Just like our tables, our desks are fully adjustable, enabling you to turn a children’s miniature desk into a larger size one. So, when your children finally get to school and end up with an inevitable pile of homework, you can still make use of your desk. Knowing that they will be keeping it for years to come might persuade them to avoid adding too much graffiti?