Now open for orders & a chance to win a Padoo!

We're excited to announce that Little Imagineers' first product - a modular play sofa called the Padoo - has officially launched for online orders. 

We're a new family-run business on a mission to help kids discover their instinct to play, and we created the Padoo to bring more creativity into the family home. The Padoo is the ultimate piece of furniture for children aged 2+ to give them open-ended creative play and a soft play / gym set-up that can easily be tidied away. It can also be easily reconfigured into a stylish family sofa. Safe, light, durable and stain resistant, it comes in a range of tasteful colours to suit any interior. 

For a chance to win a Padoo, children can enter a summer creative competition set up by Little Imagineers and leading online brand, Max Made Me. Children are being asked to explore their garden, woods or park and create either a painting, collage, or mask. The prize, worth £1000, is a playroom makeover – which includes a Padoo sofa worth over £500, four rolls of the Max Made Me exotic terrazzo leaf wallpaper and two A3 prints of their choice. Deadline for entries is 1 September and the full entry criteria can be found on Max Made Me.

Little Imagineers is also delighted to announce its four high profile ambassadors, all of whom have a personal interest in children’s well-being:
1. Angus Imrie, Actor, who stars as Merlin in "The Kid Who Would be King" and Prince Edward in the Crown.
2. Craig MacLean, Olympic and Paralympic cyclist and Gold medallist
3. Carol Maxwell, owner and founder of Max Made Me.
4. Dr Jess French, Vet, Zoologist and Wildlife TV presenter for Minibeast Adventure aired on CBeebies.

They will be the judges for our exciting competition.

Little Imagineers is the brainchild of Tom and Helen, which was inspired by their sofa-climbing children, Charlie and Harry. During lockdown, Tom and Helen were forced into looking for new home-play options, creatively using mattresses and upturned sofas to make pirate ships and fantastic dens with their 2 children. Having developed the idea from those early beginnings, they sought to build their solution and satisfy the daily need for imaginative, physical and role based play craved by children.

Angus Imrie sums up the spirit and ethos of why we created the Padoo perfectly:
​“Play which uplifts our spirits, forms the foundation of our relationships and enables us to thrive creatively in adulthood. Quite frankly, I think children between the ages of 2-8 should be doing little else apart from engaging in this kind of imaginative play. It is absolutely instinctive to them.”

Pre-order your Padoo playroom sofa now so you too can soon create a fun, creative space for your children at home.