Ornaments for your chiefs
With the decorative feathers from Roommate your baby and child´s room will look much more playful and exciting. Whether on the wall, the bed or the wardrobe, with the feathers you can turn every room into an Indian tent. Of course, it looks even more authentic when combined with the Hippie Tipi from Roommate.
- Materials: feathers (polyester), linen (organic cotton), beads (wood)
Endless fun with Roommate
All products do not only look extremely cool, but are also produced sustainably. This is exactly what makes Roommate. The Danish company produces high-quality toys, textiles and decorative items for your children’s room. The beautiful Tipi hut is an eye-catcher. Whether Cowboys and Indians or a sweet camping trip, the fun in the tepee tent is endless. Even as a parent, you want to join in. It is also the perfect location to tell some great bedtime stories.
High quality and environmentally friendly
The stylish beanbags and cuddly cushions as well as the play mats are made of organic cotton which is not only very environmentally friendly, but also very good for the sensitive skin of children. On the comfortable play mat you will find enough space for all your favourite toys and can fully concentrate on playing. After playing you can store all your toys in the stylish toy basket made by Roommate. And when another exhausting day comes to an end, the soft cloudy shaped cushions lull you into your well-deserved sleep. Literally a heavenly feeling.
We have it all
At Roommate they thought about how to make a children’s room look even more playful and came up with a great idea. With the ceiling lamp in the shape of a dragon comes a bright eye-catcher that seems to float on the ceiling. You can also decorate the bed with a beautiful canopy or dream catcher. For both boys and girls all products are available in a wide range of colours. So you can order a beanbag, Tipi hut etc. in your child’s favourite colour. This will give your baby and children’s room guaranteed a well-structured and loving design.