MY COLOR

My color is the junior bed, which comes in 4 different colors: Pink, Light Blue, Light Green and Black. The junior bed measures 90x200 cm and it is available with matching drawers, or as a half-height bed, which can be made into a junior bed. In the My color series you will find not only junior beds, but also children's furniture. The furniture from the My color series consists of a children's table and chair, which is available in the most beautiful colors.

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My Color from Hoppekids

Colors can help give a children’s room identity and atmosphere. At Hoppekids, you can find colors that are ideal for the children’s room and that, combined with our universes, can get a whole new life.

Our My Color collection is a series of colored children's furniture. The collection includes ecolabelled beds from our BASIC and IDA MARIE collections as well as tables and chairs from our MADS collection.

Of colored bed types, you will find both junior beds, half-high beds, and house beds that are all available in a selection of colors - and they, as their classic white versions, of course also carry the Nordic Swan Ecolabel.

To enhance the expression of the colored furniture, you can combine them with our universes that compliment the colored furniture beautifully.

Colors can help make a children's room more lively and give it identity. With a My Color bed, you can turn the kid's bed into a statement piece in the room, but it can also help to bring it all together. For the blue and pink bed, you can get the matching curtains for: CARS and PRINCESS, so you reinforce the whole look of the bed.

Environmentally-friendly surfaces

The surface on all Hoppekids products are treated with a water-based lacquer. For instance, this means it is perfectly safe for the child to “taste” the product and that the product doesn’t give off any harmful substances when children move on, near, and in the furniture. The lacquer is TÜV-certified according to DS/EN71-3.

Children need colors

Colors belong in a children’s room. With colored furniture from Hoppekids, you can easily bring more colors into the kid’s room and give it a distinct look. Mix and match the different colors or choose the same nuances for multiple articles.

Are you looking for a bit more? Paint a wall the same color as your colored piece of furniture and create a completely unique look. Just remember that when choosing paint, you should go for a water-based paint – preferably one certified with an ecolabel. It is better for the indoor climate and the environment. Read more about how to decorate a healthier children’s room here.

Kids' table & chairs in color

The My color series not only consists of colorful beds, but you can also find colorful tables and chairs for the children's room. The tables and chairs from the My color series are called MADS, and they fit perfectly in the children's room. Smaller children have the opportunity to use them for tea parties, or to sit by when they have to draw.

The beautiful colors from the My Color collection

 

Baroque Rose
Baroque Rose
The baroque rose color has depth and history and its hue is selected to match the pale rose color.
Dream Blue
Dream Blue
The Dream Blue color is a Nordic light blue with a slightly muted bright tone.
Dove Grey
Dove Grey
A soft and slightly warm Dove Grey is a grey colour suitable for children’s interior.
Autumn Yellow
Autumn Yellow
Autumn yellow is a warm, soft and muted yellow.
Pale Green
Pale Green
Pale Green is a subtle yet fresh green color.
Pale Rose
Pale Rose
A soft and pale rose color has a timeless delicacy.
Smoked Pearl
Smoked Pearl
A strong and slightly dusty grey color in a classic nuance.
White
White
The classic white color, which fits perfectly into every kid's room.

Meet the designer

The colors in our My Color series are developed continuously, so the collection consists of modern colors that are in accordance with current trends.

Our current colors are developed in collaboration with trend forecaster, Anja Gaede. Read more about the design team behind our colors and collections.

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