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    Updated on Jan 21, 2019. Posted on May 8, 2013

    Kids' Furniture That Really Should Come In Adult Sizes

    Whoever said "the best things come in small packages" was probably talking about children's furniture design.

    1. The Storybook Bed

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    SO EPIC.

    2. Monster Dressers

    mocoloco.com

    NOM. By Oscar Nunez.

    3. Enveloping Bookshelf

    dornob.com

    This curving bookshelf by Alicia Bastian envelopes the reader to create a little nook.

    4. Swinging Cabinet

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    This is actually a vintage piece from the 1950's designed by Henry Glass.

    5. Puzzle Pillows

    6. Colorful Bedroom Storage

    babyology.com.au

    By Italian furniture label Dear Kids.

    7. Rainbow Storage Dresser

    8. Dinosaur Cabinet Bed

    9. Beach Ball Lampshade

    10. The Crescent Moon Bed

    11. Space-Saving Table and Chairs

    12. A Book Igloo

    13. Reconfigurable Stool

    14. Treehouse Bed

    15. Face Storage Boxes

    16. Totoro Bed

    17. The Oops! Cabinet

    18. The Tongue Chair

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    By Wary Meyers.

    19. Chalkboard Desk and Chair Set

    20. Bunny Chairs

    21. Cat Shelf

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    By Spanish design company Menut.

    22. Drum Stool

    ariadneathome.nl

    This is actually a DIY in Dutch you can see here.

    23. The Cutest Room Divider Ever

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    By Swedish company Little Red Studa.

    24. Animal Dining Table

    25. Critter Storage Units

    iichi.com

    Get it here if you're fortunate enough to live in Japan.

    26. Child's Animal Sofa

    alibaba.com

    Get them here.

    27. A Bed Boat

    28. Pencil-Holding Animal Desks

    29. Mountainscape Child's Couch

    30. The Stacking Throne

    fastcodesign.com

    It's a chair that goes from baby high chair to adult chair. The pieces stack to become a shelf in the meantime. By Studio Laurens van Wieringen.

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