Today, we bring you one of those collections which make us think about our kids’ room décor. 100% playful kids’ furniture which invites to have fun and stimulate their imagination. Its name? Avlia. Do you want to fall in love with its magic pieces?

Croatian Talent for Inspiring Furniture


The collection has been created by Natasa Njegovanovic, an Industrial Design student of the Architecture Faculty of the University of Zagreb, Croatia. Lots of talent that show that, once again, the simplest things can completely fill a room. Yes, they are not overloaded, they are not common neither. Just take a look and you will realise that these designs are amazing.

Kids’ Furniture that Reminds Animals


Every single artist has a source of inspiration and, Natasa has chosen farm animals. Yes, farm animals from farms in Slavonia, her hometown. This is how you can find a big cow-shaped desk, dogs and cats turned into stool or even a pig transformed into a toy box. Is there any better way to keep crayons than a wooden chicken with modern lines?


The lines of this furniture are really simple but these animals have a great influence. There’s no doubt that this is the perfect way to boost their imagination and let it fly high. The best opportunity to build an original idea by themselves.

A Clear Double Function


The artist wanted to create pieces which mix the best of games and furniture. These pieces show the importance of fun in kids’ world. They must have continuous stimulation provided by the elements around them.


This is Avlia, many pieces of furniture which are also used as functional daily elements. All together? Together, they can create the perfect framework to have a wonderful session of fun and games.

Clear Aesthetics and Natural Materials


Aesthetics is really clear, something loved by both kids and adults. In addition, it must be underlined that the pieces are created with natural materials. Specifically, with local materials like the oak from Slavonia, her hometown. The reason of this choice is that the author wanted to include Slavonia and the natural beauty of its villages and traditions.

Images via: Behance