Do you want to start Flexible Seating in your classroom? You are ready to go but not sure if and how this is going to work out? Check out this fantastic blog post by Emily from Polka Dots Please. Emily was excited to start flexible seating but, in her own words: HOW IN THE WORLD […]
This brilliant blog post from Mandy, the blogger behind Teaching with Simplicity is just what is says in the opener, a real “How-To-Guide” to flexible seating. She detailed all the steps to transition from regular to flexible seating and has helpful advise and recommendations for each of them.
Ashley from the blog Teach Create Motivate has been one of the first teachers testing Otto Storage Stools in her classroom. She has introduced flexible seating in her classroom a while ago and added the Otto Storage Stools as a further option for her students to use.
This past year we’ve found out that teachers all around the country love using Otto Storage Stools in their classrooms as part of a “Fexible Seating” arrangement. We’ve started collaborating with a number of teacher bloggers to get a better understanding of teachers’ needs and how we can service them best.
A home’s entryway can be a hectic, cluttered space at the best of times. We often dash through it in a rush: pulling on outerwear while searching for keys, an umbrella or a matching pair of gloves. Wintertime just makes things worse.
If you’re a Rutgers student, you may soon see Rutgers OTTO Storage Stools popping up around campus. You can’t miss their distinctive design in Rutgers scarlet with the official university logo. As designers, we always thought our objectives for the original OTTO – modern design, multifunctional convenience, storage for small spaces, affordability – were a […]
Have you noticed that even in the so-called digital world of today, we are still drowning in paper? Newspapers, magazines, catalogs, brochures, flyers, and old-fashioned mail – they continue to find their way into our homes somehow.Some is welcome, some not so much.
We adore our kids. We can’t resist showering them with toys and gifts. Nor can their grandparents. Nor can lots of other relatives and friends. And so, whether intended or not, kids these days end up possessing a lot of stuff.
We’re inspired to create products based on our own experience. New ideas come to us all the time! Products we would find useful in our own home. Products we think our kids and friends would love, too. But in reality, the path from idea to product takes time, testing and experience.