Calling all parents: An idea that will really GROW on you!!

When it comes to buying furniture for their children, many parents and expectant parents are faced with the same dilemma: “Why should we buy expensive furniture now since they will only outgrow it in a couple of years?”

With that sentiment, a new buying trend has been emerging in children’s furniture: pieces that can grow with your child from baby to teenager.  According to Nick Costides, President of Cosco Inc, convertibility has become the most important factor for parents purchasing children’s furniture.

If you are a parent or expectant parent thinking these thoughts, you are in luck! Furnitureland South carries Stanley Young America’s “Built to Grow”(tm) collection!  Built with a growing child in mind, this line starts as a 4-sided crib, transitioning to a toddler daybed, to a full-sized bed, with or without safety rails.

Built to Grow stagesDon’t think this group stops with cribs! Stanley’s “Built to Grow” collection also carries an array of other timeless pieces.  This dresser, for example, can be purchased with a changing station top, that can later be removed when the child outgrows diapers.287_0301_17_silo_jpg

Harbor Town

As the child grows into his tweens and teens, matching desks, bookshelves, and underbed trundle options can be purchased.

Harbor Town Computer Desk

Harbor Town Bedroom

Have a climber on your hands? Mom can rest assured, knowing that Stanley strictly adheres to the most stringent mandatory and voluntary safety guidelines that stand up to even the wildest of children!! Drawer stops, adjustable levelers, tip restraints and other special locking mechanisms are just a few features that Stanley uses to keep your little ones safe.

In addition, all pieces from this youth collection are made in the USA.  Because of this, Stanley is able to ensure that the highest standards of indoor air quality are met.  This collection also exceeds standards produced by the Consumer Product Safety Commission(CPSC), Juvenile Product Manufacturers Association (JPMA) and Intertek certification.

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