Sapiens Child (www.sapienschild.com, @sapienschild), a children’s furniture brand based in Vancouver, BC, has launched new items in its Montessori range, with new sturdier designs.
The recently released range uses durable materials that can withstand the wear and tear of everyday toddler activities and playtime.
More details can be found at https://sapienschild.com
Sapiens Child’s latest range has been developed in response to customer feedback, designed and made in Vancouver for quality and durability, without breaking the calm aesthetic of the home.
An ex-mechanical engineer with a passion for carpentry, owner Jorge began to build children’s furniture after his son was born, and his wife became increasingly interested in the Montessori style of education. This approach focuses on hands-on learning and self-directed activity that allows children the freedom to make their own learning choices.
The range of furniture from Sapiens Child builds on this by offering pieces that are “mindfully minimal” to encourage a child’s imagination and eagerness for exploration. The simple items from the company teach toddlers to thrive in an environment that doesn’t overstimulate or attempt to control their creativity, using the Montessori principle of “less is more.”
Jorge’s collection has been made to appeal to parents and children alike – small enough for tiny toddler hands, and compact enough to create a Montessori Room in even a small apartment.
Sapiens Child’s current range includes the GUAVA bookshelf, the MANGO coat and shoe rack, the PAPAYA chair and PAPAYA table, and the SAPIENS bundle. All products are Montessori-inspired, suitable for small spaces, finished with non-toxic, water-based, eco-friendly varnish and paint, and are suitable for children aged 12 to 42 months.
With the latest announcement, Sapiens Child continues to invest in creating stylish, educational children’s furniture in Vancouver for customers in Canada and the US. All products ship Ikea style, flat (disassembled).
“Our little guy is crazy about his very own coat rack,” said one happy customer. “He really likes hanging his coats and organizing his shoes. It has improved his motor skills a lot. And the seat inside the coat rack has really helped him with learning how to put on his boots all by himself. As parents, it’s also nice to have a stylishly designed piece of furniture that actually matches the rest of our house.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://sapienschild.com
Name: Jorge Hoyos
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Organization: Sapiens Child
Address: 1149 Grant Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6A 2J7, Canada
Release ID: 89043920