Luna Wardrobe Small
Create a calm and cozy atmosphere in your child’s room with clever storage solutions. Designed with great details, the small Leander Luna wardrobe makes everyday life feel like child’s play - for you and your child. The wardrobe has a hanger bar and two adjustable shelves. With a depth of 55 cm, the wardrobe fits regular clothes hangers. The height of the small wardrobe is scaled to a child’s size allowing your child to easily reach the soft leather handles - and to open and close the doors without assistance. This way, the wardrobe is comfortable to use and encourages your child to be independent - and help clean up.
The stringent lines and the elegant balanced construction add a lightness to the design that matches the furniture in the Leander Luna range.
- Unique design with a light and floating base and stringent lines.
- Matches the contemporary design expression of the Luna series.
- Scaled to the size of a child - but with a depth of 55 cm to fit regular clothes hangers.
- Two moveable shelves and one hanger rail.
- Soft leather handles - perfect for small children’s hands.
- Velvety matt lacquer finish and legs made of solid oak.
- Designed to last - both in design and quality.
- Dimension: H138 * W103 * D52 cm.
- Material: base: solid oak, body: mdf, chipboard.
- Product weight: 50 kg.
- Approvals: european standard for child safety and dangerous substances.
- Surface: inside: melamin, outside: lacquered.
- Included: 2 brown leather handles, 2 moveable shelves.
- Warranty: 3 years on all wood and metal parts.
- Maintenance: wipe off with a slightly damp cloth. Wipe off excess water with a dry cloth.
Telling the story of Leander never bores us. It all started in 1998. Stig Leander, who served his apprenticeship as blacksmith, had for some time worked on developing a dining chair with replaceable seat and back. While his work progressed, his sister-in-law became pregnant with twins. And with the pregnancy, an idea came to life.
Has anyone developed a cradle or cot that sooths and stimulates a child’s development? Stig kept asking himself that question over and over again. In fact, he thought about it so much that he eventually decided to find the answer himself. By using cardboard, glue and thread, slowly an idea started to emerge. The same goes for the history of Leander. A company was born.