moll is health
and promotes healthy growth
Ergonomic furniture takes on an important function: It promotes healthy development. Ergonomics is about more than comfort.
Because children grow up to 3 inches a year, furniture that grows with the child is in high demand with parents. But just the height adjustment option on a desk or chair does not make an ergonomically appropriate study or writing area for children.
What should a children’s desk be able to do?
… or why is a good desk for a child’s room as important as imagination and reading aloud?
What should a children’s swivel chair be able to do?
… or why does a kitchen chair at a desk fail in its job?
Why are desktops tilt-adjustable on growth-adaptable children’s desks?
… or why the right function on the children’s desk can help prevent backaches.
Why is good lighting always important in a child’s room?
… or how you can ensure good sight conditions in the study area.
What is the importance of color in a child’s room?
… or how to create the right mood easily with moll furniture.
What help is there for buying back-friendly products?
… or how independent experts from various medical fields test our products.
Why should you be able to extend children’s desks?
… or what to do when my child’s space needs for homework change.
What is the right size for a child’s desk?
… or how I can find the right children’s desk for my space requirements.
How do I set the chair height right?
… or how to prevent postural damage and resulting pain through the right setting on a child’s desk.
Does movement make people smart?
… or what Dr. Breithecker says about how movement, health and education are in direct correlation.