We want to create a better everyday life at home for the many people – and a safer life is a better life. Our entire business, from designers and suppliers to the co-workers in the stores, works towards creating a safer life at home for our customers. It is part of our DNA. Our products are tested and verified in a very careful way. You can trust that before they are launched, every product complies with the relevant laws and standards in the market where it’s being sold – plus with our own requirements, that are often tougher than those imposed by authorities.
With gradual, small enhancements over the years, you can avoid many common safety risks at home. So that your home remains practical, as well as beautiful, through every stage of life. The earlier that you think about suitable safety precautions for your home, the more comfortably and gracefully you can approach your golden years.
As a new parent, you spend a lot of time bathing your baby and changing nappies or clothes. Indeed, these activities are an important part of the parent-child bonding process. Careful supervision is essential for everyone’s safety – even as your newborn becomes bigger and more mobile.
Sleep is a vital element of a baby’s health and development. Your baby should sleep alone, on his or her back in a cot, until grown up enough to climb out of it. A cot provides an enclosed, protected environment. Here are a few more essential safety considerations that can help you to better cope with one of a parent’s biggest challenges.
Heavy pans, hot appliances, sharp utensils... the kitchen is full of potential dangers for curious children. Fortunately, you can take some simple steps to reduce the potential for accidents – whether the youngsters are helping you with the meals or are there just to hang out.
Play is a vital part of children’s happiness and all-round development – so you certainly want to encourage it. You simply need to safeguard the areas in your home where innocent play might lead to more than just a minor bump.
Bumps and bruises are a part of growing up – but home should be a place where children don’t suffer a serious injury. So to make their everyday life as safe as possible, a good starting point is to look at your home furnishing through a child’s eyes.
Most accidents that injure people occur in and around the home – and, often, they’re easily preventable. The way you use the furniture and home accessories that you live with can play a major role in your family’s safety.
Meet MÄVINN, a new limited collection that invites you to appreciate the beauty of craftsmanship – made together with social businesses that provide jobs for people who need them most. Rich with details, joyful pops of colour and tactile materials, every item has a story to tell.
When it comes to home furnishing, bolder looks can feel a little daunting to pull off. In reality, an expressive interior with a big impact can be achieved in a few, easy steps. Let’s jump in!