May 22, 2012 10:36
| Children and Kids
Bobo Kids, the luxury interiors boutique for children is set to launch its third exhibition in a series of modern art for children. The launch of the exhibition will take place in-store on 25 May and will feature pieces by US artist Robert Geers, famous for creating the legendary Fred the Flour Man for Homepride back in 1965 and still running to this day.
Located at 29 Elystan Street, Chelsea
, Bobo Kids is a gorgeous boutique stocking a mixture of modern, vintage and designer homewares for children and babies. Collections include contemporary furniture from both European and American designers; children's beds, wardrobes, storage, art, accessories, furnishings and gifts, many of which are exclusive to the UK.
As a brand, Bobo Kids is a real champion of art for children and offers a wide variety of artwork, allowing youngsters to start appreciating art from an early age.
The exhibition runs until the end of July so why not pop along to Bobo Kids on Elystan Street this month and enjoy a variety of artwork, which the whole family can appreciate together.