New forms of consumption and purchase continue to change and impact society as a whole. With the furniture sector it is no different.
New forms of consumption and purchase continue to change and impact society as a whole. With the furniture sector it is no different. Aligning with the trends of conscious consumption, sustainability and long-term solutions, flexible furniture comes to the market as an option for new families. A crib, for example, has become a short-lived object in front of families that are tending to have only one child. In this scenario, more important than a crib that lasts many years, is a crib that can keep up with the growth of a child.
By proposing a solution that meets this need, retailers are already betting on hybrid solutions that allow more than one assembly version. "The solution that Cia. Do Mobile found was to create a crib that could easily become a mini bed, thus increasing the durability of the product. This is the company's registered trademark, which was the first in the industry to find this solution," says Rodrigo Pinto, commercial director of the company.
According to Cia. Do Mobile, babies can use the crib until around three years of age. Then, it is better to transfer them to a mini side rail bed, avoiding falls during sleep.
In addition, the product must have the ideal height and size to accommodate the child's body.
"Currently, all Cia. Do Mobile product lines have a crib with this technology. When the child grows, the parents themselves, with the support of an assembly manual provided by the factory, can make the transformation," says Campos.
"In this way, the investment in the crib lasts many years and the parents who buy this furniture know that it will be a companion of their children for many, many nights. It’s cheaper for parents, in addition to providing comfort and safety for their children". Complete the director.