Design by Nurseryworks.
Rest your feet on a modern perch. Nurseryworks' Perch Stool is the perfect accoutrement both inside and outside the nursery. Made low enough for small toddlers to climb on, this stool also features soft water and stain resistant microsuede fabric. You can also easily adjust its height by removing the cushion. Nurseryworks strives to create safe environments for children by producing products free of Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs). Enjoy the Perch Stool as an ottoman with any of Nurseryworks' rocking chairs.
Assembly required. Instructions included.
Material(s): Wood, microsuede fabric
Dimensions: 25" W X 19" D X 14" H
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Founded in 2004 by designer Traci Fleming, Nurseryworks set out to produce comfortable modern furniture for design-savvy parents and their children. Fleming recognized a need for modern nursery furniture after she had her first child. In fact, it was Fleming's quest for clean simple furniture for herself which helped her realize her dreams of owning a modern furniture company. Not satisfied with mass produced children's furniture, Fleming is determined that Nurseryworks' products receive the utmost attention during their design and fabrication process. Items are hand crafted by expert furniture makers. Upholstered items feature hand stitching to ensure a smooth surface and long wear. And all materials used in construction are carefully analyzed for safety and environmental impact. The company uses non-toxic components and low-VOC lacquers. And additional details like anti-tip kits ensure safety first in the nursery.
Because children grow up so fast, Nurseryworks helps lighten the financial load by offering conversion kits that transform cribs into beds. And most changing tables feature removable changers, turning them in to a standard dresser for big kids. All this extra care in design and production result in long lasting baby and children's furniture that makes the whole family happy.View other products from Nurseryworks