Inviting children who are under five years old to eat together usually has its own difficulty level. Moreover, when they do not like the menu being served or bored with the chatter of parents at the dinner table.
Under such conditions, most children will start playing with their food. Parents often dizzy and asked him not to do it.
Currently, parents do not have to worry about letting their kids “play” at the dinner table. It is as shown in the table created by ThreeFootThree.
Specifically, the table is designed to be reinstalled. ThreeFootThree Founder, Paul Mottram, said he got the idea at a dinner party. At the time, he wanted to give chocolates to guests by using her child’s toy.
Paul then asked their friends to create a table with Brio train track. Then, attach the rail to the table. Because of its design, was difficult for owners to clean up the table.
In version ThreeFootThree made, this table can be re-assembled and reversed so that the toy train line is not visible on the table and be more suitable for formal occasions.
ThreeFootThree using layers of solid wood table with Brio train track that has been polished. One table and four seats priced at £ 2340, and a table with six chairs valued £ 2670.
With such high costs, the actual dining room table is not really a toy. At least, the child can still play at the dinner table with his parents.