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There is no particular reason to sit in front of your desk. And even if the autumn is here, nothing will disturb our joy, the joy to choose our pencils with application and to hear their cut leads squeal on the delicate leaves. What shows that the stationery is more than ever back? We work to choose our children’s equipment as much as we do for ours. Accessories are popular. The desks are riding high. For the desks for children, The Socialite Family admits having a soft spot for old properties. What could be more attractive? We like to imagine the transmission of an old family piece, easily transformed for a charming spot, just like in a hut. Similarly, we, the blessed parents, swap the calm Sundays for endless days of hunting for antiques. We aim to find the writing case which will make the difference, such as at Imelda de Breda’s and at Tessa Hop’s. The shade of wood is perfect. It could be golden, like at Sabrina Ficarra’s and Cyril Laborde’s, rattan, at Anne Millet’s, or natural. We have just one thing in mind: create the perfect work space, that would be good for learning great things. And, who knows? It may make the children like the industrial so dear to Anne-Sophie Pailleret. Formica or even Jean Prouvé design, The Socialite Family gives you ten ideas in its selection dedicated to vintage desks for children.