Sunday 7 October 2012

High Five #44

Is it ever too early for Eames?
Monika Osinkowska certainly doesn't think so.

Launched earlier this year, Pani Jurek's Designer Mama tablecloth features some of her
favourite items from the modern history of design, embroidered on the inside so as to create an interior for children underneath a table. The little ones' temporary play space is beautifully arranged with an Eames storage unit, George Nelson clock, Thorsten van Elten antler coat rack and Shuffle Table by Mia Hamburg. Polish kids will also learn to recognize national icons including a Polish folk cupboard and the Fawn children's stool designed  by Olgierd Szlekys and Wladyslaw Wincze in the 50's. 

Perfect for playtime, but also for special family events, Pani Jurek's tablecloth will also appeal to adults who appreciate good design. It is made from high-quality cotton and embroidered in such a way as to ensure that the "outside" is perfectly knotted and pleasing to the eye. 

For more information see Pani Jurek's website and Facebook page.


  1. absolutely genious! thanks for sharing!

  2. Ohhhh so creative ! Wonderful!!!!

  3. Incredible. I can't tell you how much I love this.

  4. What a clever table cloth. That is wonderful for children. I love too how the designers made sure it looked great from the outside. Thanks for sharing it, Deborah.

  5. Really fantastic!!! We love this kind of ideas!!!


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