Sunday, 22 September 2013

Review: Harumika Interior Design

My eldest Alesha who is 3 is mad into dolls houses and other role playing toys at the moment. So when I was looking forward to seeing her face when I showed her the Harumika Interior Design she received for review.
She was very excited and insisted right away that she was going to open it up but I suggested waiting until her baby sister Alana went to bed and then we would sit down together and open it up.

I was disappointed because the instructions were far from clear enough, not even in English writing and just a handful of pictures which weren't that helpful without any wording. Whilst Alesha was having fun looking at all the different colours of fabric I spent 15 minutes trying to figure out how to get it together but I honestly hadn't got a clue and had to ask my friend to do it who managed the majority of it, but wasn't too sure where all the clips went. 

It was then time for Alesha to get stuck in and have fun, she used the stick to push the curtains into place and then gave a big proud smile as I said "well done". 
She sat there for over 20 minutes finishing styling it by putting covers on the cushions and stickers all around it. 

It's a toy that unfortunately I can't see her wanting to play with again, I personally thought it was quite boring and I would definitely not purchase it at the retail price of £29.99, a little too high priced in my opinion.

'Use the award winning Harumika wrap & lock technique to decorate your bed, pillows, sofa & cushions. Then choose materials to insert along the top of the wall frames to hang curtains. You can change the wallpapers and add stickers too.'

Playsets are now avaible from Amazon, Hamleys and Harrods and are coming soon to Toys R Us, The Entertainer and Boots (online).

Star Rating

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