When it comes to storing kid’s books there’s no shortage of options but, where toddlers are concerned, accessibility is key. Which is why this table library is such a good idea.
There are separate compartments to suit all sizes of book and they can all be reached with ease. They can also see the book covers so, unlike a conventional bookcase, don’t have to remove every book just to find their favourite. And, more importantly, it’s just as easy for them to put the books back in the right place when they’ve tired of reading.
Although practicality was foremost in the design this doesn’t detract from the fact it’s also a smart looking piece of furniture too. The style is contemporary but it will fit in just about anywhere.
Made with a combination of white painted MDF and natural pine. W60 x D40 x H45 cm. £100 from gltc.co.uk
Large Potter Library Table – a new larger format table is also available to accommodate a growing book collection. The style is the same but 25cm wider. Overall dimensions: W85 × D40 × H45 cm. £150 from gltc.co.uk
The matching upright bookcase is ideal for larger books, toys or for display. With 3 large shelves and a sloped front it’s also easily accessible and has a large storage capacity.
It’s an ideal accompaniment for the the library table or as a conventional alternative for slightly older children.
W60 x D25 x H80 cm. £110 from gltc.co.uk
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