With the wardrobe Paradise Tree, hanging up coats after school or playing, a normally annoying task, becomes a fun activity for your children. Paradise Tree playfully invites children to clean up, but leaves them some creative room to develop their own personality.
When children come home from school or from playtime with their friends, hanging up jackets is usually not their top priority. The jackets often end up in a corner and scarves and hats are thrown on the ground.
When creating the Paradise Tree, designer Oiva Toikka paid particular attention to the demands and wishes of children. She now presents an object that transmits a fun attitude and playfully invites children to tidy up.
The wardrobe Paradise Tree is made of six different coloured elements. Every element has two arms that provide space for jackets, sweaters, gloves, scarves and hats. Because the arms are attached at every height of the wardrobe, it is good for children at any age and can be used across generations.
The design of Paradise Tree is deliberately playful. This aspect is assured by the different colours of the wardrobe as well as the design of the hooks. These have nothing in common with the usual cold and boring wardrobe hooks, but look like knobbly hands, leaves and other soft and playful shapes.
The large number of hooks and the shapes allow children to choose their favourite hook. Furthermore, the Paradise Tree can be used for playing and encourages creativity.