How it’s made: Personalised children’s chair
We would like to take just 1.5 minutes to show you how a children’s chair is made, after you’ve personalised it in our online editor. If you don’t have time or don’t want to watch the video, you’ll find a step-by-step explanation below, showing the production process.
Step 1: Create your design in our online editor
The children’s chair is available in one standard size and four cool colours: grey, navy, red and pink. On the product page, you can choose to add a name only, or add a fun design, too. We have no less than 11 designs to choose from, such as a design featuring a bear, lightning, a crown or hearts. There are also 17 different fonts to choose from! Which options will you choose?
Step 2: The printing process
We personalise your children’s chair in our Textile department. Transferring your design onto the fabric is done using several steps. First, we remove the white spaces from the design, such as the inside of the letter ‘O’, so that the design is as clear as it can be. We then print this on heat-resistant material. The next step is selecting the correct cover colour and moving on to the printing press. The design is placed onto the cover as straight as possible, after which the press is brought down to heat the design for a few seconds, fusing it to the cover.
Step 3: The finishing touches
A chair should be comfortable, too! That’s why the chair cover is filled with a super soft, comfy foam rubber. Both the armrests and the seat are covered with one removable cover, making it easy to clean if a child happens to make a mess. The cover can be washed in the washing machine at 30°C. Our final step involves ironing the cover to remove the last of the creases to ensure the chair is in perfect condition when it’s shipped!
Treat your little one to their very own cool, relaxing, personalised children’s chair, giving them their very own spot in the living room or any other room in your home.
Which personalisation will you go for?
Create your very own personalised children’s chair >