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Multifunctional And Playful Ping Pong Children’s Table

Tue, Nov 27, 2012 | Tables and chairs | By Irina

The Ping Pong table is a great example of design and practicality merger. It is a transformation of an ordinary everyday object into something more. Share a life full of simple pleasures like playing, writing, drawing, reading, or sipping tea. You may easily turn it into a coffee table or just use it as your children’s own little desk because it has the perfect height for them. Besides, this amazing table has the non-toxic chalkboard surface which is perfect for children who adore chalking. Moreover, it is also designed for ping pong (as the name suggests!). So if you’re not too perturbed about your lounge room becoming a games room, bring on the fun.

References: babyology, huzidesign

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