The Tidy Books Bookcase has received the seal of approval from parenting and style experts, in the Junior Design Awards 2014. Tidy Books’ original bookcase, which is an ideal first library for a child, has been shortlisted in the Best Furniture Collection category in this year’s awards.
Junior Design Awards hosted by Junior Magazine, are lead influencers on parents’ product choices for their children. The Junior Awards judging panel looked for examples of the finest and unique design for children.
In awarding the Junior Design accolade, judges recognised the power of the Tidy Books bookcase design, which inspires children, aged 1 and up, to explore books and develop a lifelong love of reading. Conceived by violin maker, Geraldine Grandidier for her own children, the Tidy Books bookcase appeals to the design enthusiast, the realist, and the dreamer in every style conscious parent. The bookcase meets parents’ demand for original and stylish design that young children find straightforward to use
Tidy Books founder and CEO Geraldine Grandidier said; “Winning a Junior Design Award is incredibly important- it demonstrates that a product has design integrity and is the finest in its category. And I’m delighted to get this tribute from the Junior judging team.”
You can read more of Geraldine’s thoughts on the importance of good design for children on the Junior Design Awards page here: http://www.juniormagazine.co.uk/interiors-and-lifestyle-awards/tidy-books-best-furniture-collection-junior-design-awards-2014-shortlisted/18883.html
And see our video about why Geraldine made the first Tidy Books Bookcase here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pANChD4jB0E&list=UUXSQL4uquCElUZVV5wqNq4g