The story of Kutikai is a tale of friends whose worlds turn upside down with the arrival of children.
A bit of urban life mixed with the country living.
It’s about children’s creativity observed in a conscious way.
A story full of details – the more subtle and delicate the better at winning the hearts and interest of the youngest ones.
It unfolds through sketches, drawings, prototypes and final forms that attempt to reach harmony between simplicity and creativity.
Kutikai is a brand we put our heart into it.
How we do it?
All Kutikai furniture and accessories are made especially for children and their carers.
We put every effort in designing perfectly safe products that can be used with creativity by our children.
New ideas come to us unexpectedly – while playing with our children or during mum’s full-time day-to-day activities.
Once we come up with an idea it is then instantly turned into preliminary drawings.
Essentially, the production of a prototype consists of selecting materials suitable for children and choosing a safe technology.
All furniture is covered with organic varnishes recommended for toys and children’s furniture and made in a family carpenter shop. This allows us to take care of every detail and make it exactly as we have devised it in the conceptual stage. This is where we test and modify the prototypes as they are manufactured to make all the necessary adjustments.
Bedding and textiles are an inseparable part of children’s room. We have created a range of accessories to complement the Roof Collection and the Peekaboo Collection. Choose from among our subtle colours (white, grey and graphite) to make a relaxing background to a world of imagination that is bursting with colours.
Inspired by children’s creativity and desire to explore the world.
Simple, eco-friendly, made to perfection.
High quality materials and subtle colours create a unique space for children.
WHO WE ARE:
Kutikai is Marysia and Dorota.
First of all we are friends and parents. We met long time ago at the faculty of architecture in Kraków, Poland. Now children are our gratest joy. We look at the world around us from their perpective.