This year the Housing Fair will be held in Pori. The housing area is located in Karjaranta – within walking distance of the city center and nearby Kirjurinluoto outdoor activities. The theme of the fair is living through human life.
LumoKids’ products can be found in two absolutely wonderful homes. The first one is the Talo Haltiatar, house No. 26. The family who owns the house has four children, so the kids’ rooms are in big role in this home. The wooden CLT frame makes the house particularly beautiful and our birch plywood products fit in the spirit of this home very well.
The Korento toddler bed was chosen as a bed, for the room of a small boy. Beautiful shapes with molded ends are well suited to the wooden background. The mushroom stool gives fun color and contrast to the room.
The little girl’s room has a Ketara loft bed. Loft bed is a good choice in a small space when there is less room for play. The bed is accompanied by a Kaarna table and mushroom stools. The little girl loves crafts, for which there is an excellent space on the Kaarna table. Interior in the Talo Haltiatar is designed by Paula Hellberg.
Another house is No. 12, the Sievitalo’s Kultakoivu. The house is very modern. The interior has partially powerful colors that give the home its own particular look. The canopy bed fits perfectly for the home, and stands out nicely against the dark background. The room’s kids’ chairs are our gray mushroom stools. We also love the fine decoration of the wall. Linda Baki was the interior designer in this home.
While visiting the Housing Fair, remember to look at kids’ rooms in the Talo Haltiatar and the Sievitalo’s Kultakoivu. The fair is open July 6 – August 5, 2018 every day. More information about the Housing Fair http://asuntomessut.fi/english/what-is-a-housing-fair/