You want only the best for your baby. That means sturdy furniture that will stand up to all their needs. Babies can be tough on furniture, after all — they spit up, they drool and they throw their toys around. The furniture you choose for your child or grandchild’s nursery should be capable of withstanding all that and more. When you invest in furniture from AmishOutletStore.com, you can feel confident you will get the durable, high-quality pieces you need.
We make our furniture using only the finest components. Our artisans know that good building materials make the best end result. They construct items you will need in any nursery, such as:
- Conversion cribs
We make each piece using Q.S. White Oak — a sturdy type of wood with a fine texture that’s ideal for baby furniture. But you can also choose to get our pieces made in a variety of other wood types. Customize the design by selecting Hickory or Brown Maple instead. You can also add a stain to your wood, choosing from a variety of light and dark options.
Our artisans learned to make furniture at the knees of their parents and grandparents. These craftsmen grew up watching the generations before them fashion cribs, dressers, tables and more, and they continue to use the same traditional techniques today. When you purchase a piece from us, you get something you can eventually hand down to the next generation.
We provide daily discounts of up to 33 percent off as well as monthly specials we post on the homepage. Browse our Q.S. White Oak baby furniture to find the pieces you need to complete your nursery.
testimonials Nancy in Westport, MA
Our McCoy chairs arrived yesterday-we are beyond delighted with the quality of the materials and craftsmanship. This furniture is solid-like the kind your grandparents would have in their home, very heavy, solid wood and rugged upholstery fabric. Prior to purchasing these pieces, we shopped in a number of stores and were disappointed in the amount of particle board, the inattention to detail, and the quality of the finishes-not to mention the lack of flexibility with regard to individual stain/fabric preferences. We’ll be back.