A desk is the central piece of furniture in children’s rooms. This is especially true for small rooms. For this reason, it is necessary to be careful when choosing the right size of the children’s desk. After all, it has functions and tasks to perform. The children’s desk is for your child the place to stay par excellence; here your child can play, tinker but also learn and do homework. In order to make perfect use of the space in the children’s room and to offer your child enough room for his or her needs, moll has developed children’s desks that on the one hand are adapted to the requirements and conditions of each room and on the other hand offer your child everything that can be expected from a modern and ergonomic children’s desk.
For example, the variant “compact” from moll, which with its table width of about 90 cm is ideal for small children’s and teenagers’ rooms. The classic model of a children’s desk from moll, with a table width of about 120 cm, offers more space and room when the children’s room is larger. But the conditions in a child’s room can change. Furniture is removed and replaced; space conditions change. moll children’s desks are therefore designed for maximum flexibility. This means they can be optionally extended to provide more space for learning and playing later on. This is what makes moll children’s desks so unique – just like your child.
The conditions of the child’s room may change. Siblings move out and your child gets a larger room. Or the children’s room becomes a teenager’s room. Your children’s desk from moll simply grows with you. You can react just as flexibly to your child’s changing space requirements by enlarging or reducing the desk surface – according to your child’s needs. This is made possible, among other things, by the modular system with which moll has equipped its children’s desks. This gives your child exactly the space it needs for its development. In this way, personal preferences are implemented and individual play and learning spaces are created – always with the goal of promoting your child individually.