Creativity and functionality in the new normal
In the last year, the lives of the millions of people who inhabit this planet have been disrupted. It has changed the way we work, the way we socialise and the way we enjoy our leisure time. Mobility and meeting restrictions are causing us to spend much more time at home and our homes are becoming little oases of security.
In this situation, it is normal for us to look for formulas that make the time we spend in our homes more pleasant. From now on, when we look for a flat or think about decorating it, aspects that we had not taken into account until now will come to mind. For example, many people will be looking for houses with an extra bedroom that can be used as an office or with spaces in the common areas that can be adapted as workplaces.
Terraces, attics or ground floor flats with patios that allow us to enjoy the outdoors with a greater sense of security will also gain in popularity.
Children, who are growing up in an atypical situation, will need spaces in which to exercise. Their needs will be taken into account when organising the common areas of the house, as they will spend more time there.
The development of teleworking will mean that we will need new tools that allow us to reconcile work and personal life or the care of children.
In this sense, Ride&Go Baby will be very useful for parents who have small children and work at home. Our wheels make it easy to move your little one around the house and keep an eye on them while their caregivers are at the computer, taking a coffee break or attending to business in another room.
The Ride&Go Baby’s gentle movement is also ideal for rocking your baby in his or her BabyBörn baby bouncer if he or she is sleepy or needs a little extra playtime. Simply push the baby bouncer lightly with your foot to have a good time.
Spending more time at home will encourage us to look for functional objects that not only make our lives easier, but also solve several of our needs at the same time. The worktop or the kitchen table will no longer be used exclusively for meals. From now on, they will be meeting places for families to work, cook, draw or do homework together. The living room will become a gym or a classroom for online school days and the bedrooms will be the places chosen for Zoom meetings.
This new normal brings with it new customs and habits. It is up to us to make this transition a pleasant one by choosing tools that will help us to cope with it as well as possible.