Amish Made Children’s Furniture can be passed down thru the generations due to the solid hardwood construction.
Your children and grandchildren are the center of your world. Naturally, you want the best for them in all things—in education, in health, and in play. The same goes for their rooms. Specialized solid wood furniture from cribs and changing tables to dressers and beds.
Your children’s furniture should be a combination of quality and function. It is a place for them to laugh and play, learn and grow, rest and relax. For a newborn we have dressers that provide a safe changing station above solid hardwood drawers that can be flipped over and become a stylish dresser to take into adulthood. We have convertible cribs and mattresses that can easily convert to a todler bed and then on into a youth or adult single bed.
Your children’s furniture needs to be sturdy enough to climb on and delightful enough to foster imagination. Toddler beds and bunk beds should double as sleep spaces and spaceships. Bunk beds can have ladder or safe stair access to the elevated bed with sturdy, tall side rails for safety and built in drawers for toys or clothes. Nightstands hold lamps and bedtime stories. Dressers house clothes for play and dress, and plenty of storage is needed for toys, of course.
Our solid wood construction used for our children’s furniture will withstand the rigors of childhood and still look good for the next generation.
Amish handcrafted in north America with solid hardwoods and fine furniture finishes. Absolutely no particleboard or MDF is use in any our our cabinetry.
We ship our furniture and cabinetry blanket wrapped, with inside delivery and setup, to any part of the continental US.
Amish Childrens furniture can be ordered in practically any American hardwood, in a style or stain to match any decor. This convertible crib/ childs bed as shown above is displayed in maple wood in a more plain shake mission style. We offer a very wide selection of hardware choices to complement your room.
Any of the details in the armoires shown in the above link can be modified, often at no additional cost. For information on custom armoires visit our sister site www.WoodLoft.com