Friday, 30 October 2015

Magis Puppy Chair // Review

Say hello to the latest puppy shaped addition in our house! Unlike Elsie, this one doesn't bark at birds in the garden or shed fur all over the house (we love you really, Elsie!).

Designed by Eero Aarnio for Magis, the playful abstract puppy chair is sleek and minimal and is available in a range of four sizes to suit all ages of children. Pink Apple kindly sent us one to try out recently and Miss E has had heaps of fun trying to ride it, take it for a walk and balance things on top of it!

The puppy chair is made from super tough polyethylene plastic and comes in six choices of finish including a super cute speckled dalmatian print. I opted for the contemporary plain matte white version which I thought would look perfect in Miss E's bedroom.  

The chair is much lighter than I expected but the design ensures that it is sturdy and robust and is easily moved or carried around by a small child! According to the website, the chair is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use so we'll certainly be taking it out in the garden once spring comes round again.

Prices for the Magis puppy chair start at £53.00 for the smallest size which isn't exactly pocket money but it's a lovely quality product that will last for years. I anticipate that even when it has been outgrown, it'll still look lovely as an ornament of sorts in our home! 

Pink Apple have a wonderful website crammed full of inspirational and design-led homeware, lighting, accessories, furniture, etc. They sell products from many of my favourite brands and designers including Ercol, Kartell, Philippe Starck, Knoll and countless more! If you're looking for unique and quality products for the home, then I really do recommend taking a look at their website. You'll be browsing it for hours, I promise!

* I was sent this product to review but all words are my own 


  1. Aww this is super cute! Gotta watch out for kids falling off it sideways though haha

  2. Oh wow that is adorable! I wonder if they do adult sizes... ;)

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