Child round lay Penguin
Taking kids at the dining table and proving to eat at least a bit of prepared meal can sometimes be a superhuman task. But what if you put them on a cheerful place with a penguin motif? Not only will the kids be fascinated by a colorful friend, but they can also be used for a number of games that will make the feast grow – such as knowing the dots or facial parts of the pet. In addition, the set is made of 100% silicone so it will be greatly maintained. In addition to the penguin, you will also find a lion and a teddy bear motif. The tab is provided with an eyelet that makes it easy to hang. Size: diameter 39 cm Material: 100% silicone
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The OYOY Danish brand carries a "Living Design" beside its name. So something like "Design for Life" . And precisely these words represent the mission of OYOY . Design design pieces from high-quality materials that will fit nicely into your home, and in addition to their beauty they will also be practical for life.
OYOY is very keen on selecting quality materials. Therefore, most products are made of 100% cotton , some also organic cotton. For most details, designers chose elegant, genuine leather .
Pillow pads are usually feathery so the pillows do not lose shape and hold you for a long time.
The great advantage of OYOY is also a very gentle and unobtrusive yet original and perhaps slightly eccentric Scandinavian design that the company bases on.
The products are dominated by immortal black and white. Gray and powdery tones, tender pink or menthol colors. Fine geometric patterns that appear on a range of products are then greatly contrasting with these gentle colors.
OYOY also loves animals, which is clearly evident in the collection for the smallest, called Mini OYOY , where you can find pillows in the form of animals, hanging decorations or beautiful carpets or place settings.
In this collection, OYOY teamed up with the World Wildlife Fund and devoted part of the price of each product sold to polar bears. That's why these endangered animals have their honorable place in the collection, perhaps in the form of baby pads.