Childrens Furniture Articles
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Featured Childrens Furniture Online Catalogs
Bunk beds, toddler beds, cribs, changing tables, gliders, desks,dressers, armoires and bookcases
Luxury baby and children's furniture in styles from classical to whimsical
Hands On Fun by Oriental Trading Company
Playroom chairs, tables, rugs, storage furniture, bookcases and soft furniture
KooKoo Bear Kids
Baby, toddler and big kids bedroom furniture, desks, chairs and beanbags, toy chests and play furniture
Shabby chic and traditional baby furniture and children's bedroom furniture and toy chests
Maukilo European Toys
Beds, desks, chairs, play table sets, shelving units, bookcases, sofas and baby furniture
Beds, desks and drawers, play tables, storage, seating and accessories
One Step Ahead
Cribs, bassinets, co-sleepers, toddler beds, rocking chairs, toy boxes, bookshelves and changing tables
Beds, cribs, desk accessories, shelves, tables, storage, stools, rockers and beanbag chairs
Personalized rocking chairs, stools, puzzle stools, bookcases, plush chairs and play table sets
Baby and kids beds, desks, night stands, dressers and changing tables and playhouses in upscale designs
Room Service Home - Children's
Baby and children's furniture in whimsical and vintage-inspired designs
Children's furniture for kids and babies in the latest styles
Choosing the right children's furniture is important because often it will last into their college years. Selecting classic or modern kids furniture that will span the years is easy with our selection of online catalogs.
Whether whimsical girl's room decor or a rustic boy's room look, your kids room furnishings should stand the test of time. A beautiful armoire can start out holding baby clothes and later become a TV cabinet. A well-made changing table can often convert to a child's dresser. And a rocking chair for a toddler or a baby's cradle can later hold a girl's dolls. If your toddler is making the transition from a crib to a bed, use their crib mattress with a new toddler bed frame. With just a few extra touches, like armoires, dressers, chests, bookcases, desks and chairs, a baby nursery can become a child's bedroom. Add a "big boy bed" and a nightstand or perhaps some storage furniture for the growing collection of toys. A fanciful headboard or standing mirror can jazz up a little girl's bedroom. Double up your kids by choosing safe and sturdy kids bunkbeds and double dressers. And once you've taken care of the inside, you can look through our online catalogs for kids playhouses that will provide hours of imaginative fun.
Got a beautiful headboard for Samantha.
- Kim, Fort Myers, FL
I am looking for a glider chair for my baby's nursery.
- Stacey, Baltimore, MD
Super cute toyboxes!
- Jemma, San Diego, CA
Tip: Choosing nursery colors
If you're set on decorating your baby's nursery and don't know whether you're having a boy or a girl, stick with neutral color schemes like green and yellow or earth tones, which can hide a multitude of stains. Or try a black and white theme, which has been shown to stimulate an infant's brain.
Tip: Crib safety
Always lock the side rail in its raised position whenever you place your child in the crib. As soon as your child can stand, adjust the crib mattress to its lowest position and remove the bumper pads. Also remove any large toys; an active toddler will use anything to climb out of the crib.
Tip: Space saving design
If space is in short supply in your child's room, look for streamlined furniture pieces with compact footprints and clever built-in storage.