The Activity Table by Kitizo Furniture

Kitizo Furniture

It’s Worth Building.

At Kitizo Furniture, we create kits that enable you to build beautiful, modern furniture of solid hardwood, no matter your knowledge, your workspace or your tool collection. Few experiences match the satisfaction of coming home to a room furnished with things you made with your own hands.

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Making things is fun, Kitizo shows you how

We supply precision-cut hardwood components, all the materials and tools, and detailed photographic and video instruction. You choose North American Ash or Baltic Birch Plywood, assemble and glue the components, and finish the furniture to suit your taste, style and use.

Welcome to an entirely new flatpack furniture experience. Select a piece of furniture below to learn more:

The Flip Chair

The Flip Chair is the perfect combination of design and functionality. Just by turning it over, the chair turns into a step stool, rocking chair, or activity seat.

The Activity Table

The Activity Table is the perfect addition to a playroom or bedroom. Store craft supplies and or toys with ease.

The Activity Stool

The Activity Stool has been designed with your child in mind. It fits our Activity Table or standard-sized children’s furniture.

More than just furniture kits

Our mission is more than just selling do-it-yourself furniture kits; we are passionate about woodworking and want others to experience the satisfaction you get when you finish your own piece of furniture or woodcraft. Check out our blog section for tips and advice on woodworking best practices. Also follow us on social media for tips and ideas by users in the woodworking community.

Types of joints used in high-quality wooden furniture

The word “joinery” refers to a set of methods for attaching two or more pieces of wood together (i.e. joints), as we do when building furniture. For centuries, Japanese and Chinese woodworkers used complex, interlocking joints to connect pieces of wood, utilizing nothing but friction— no glue, no nails, no screws— to bond the wood […]