We just received photos from graphic designer Henrik Hallberg from Stockholm, Sweden who came up with a product for the tray in an Antilop highchair from Ikea. As a father of two, he found the highchair to be a bit dull, as a creative person by nature; he came up a very creative solution to this dilemma. He created innovative placemats to make the highchairs more attractive and more colorful and fun for children. The placemats are made out of silicon; Moods for Food placemats prevent plates and bowls from slipping, making mealtimes much simpler for toddler and their parents. Additonal benfits include reduced noise and improved hygiene, as the placemats can either be washed by hand or in the dishwasher. The placemat comes in four different themes: “Vegas Baby”- inspired by Las Vegas’ Black Jack table, “Qu’ils mangent de la brioche” – inspired by Marie Antoinette, “Mum.. we got a problem” – space and aviation themed, and “Just another breakfast” – bling for Audrey Hepburn fans.
For more information on these incredible placemats designed by Create Tomorrow, please visit the Moods for Food website here.
“Vegas Baby”- inspired by Las Vegas’ Black Jack table
“Qu’ils mangent de la brioche” – inspired by Marie Antoinette
“Mum.. we got a problem” – space and aviation themed
“Just another breakfast” – bling for Audrey Hepburn fans
Photos: Courtesy of Henrik Hallberg
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