Children's furniture from Stanley designed for the investment-minded

Stone & Leigh children's furniture, Chelsea Square collection (photo courtesy of Stanley Furniture Company)

Stone & Leigh children's furniture, Chelsea Square collection (photo courtesy of Stanley Furniture Company)

Stanley Furniture, one of the lines we carry at Knox and Panoply, has just announced the nationwide launch of its nursery and children's furniture line, Stone & Leigh. Combining classic, upscale and familiar design elements with childlike characterizations, Stone & Leigh captures the imaginative spirit of childhood through artfully crafted, timeless nursery and children's furniture.

 

Delivering on a "Built to Grow" promise, Stone & Leigh products appeal to investment-minded parents who are looking for furniture options that can become a permanent part of their home and won't need to be replaced. In fact, the styling and durability of products ensure that a crib or bed will last far beyond when the child has left home, so consumers can start buying products for their nursery and add to their collection over time.

 

Stone & Leigh features five collections, which include bedroom furniture, accessories and décor for boys and girls, from newborns to high schoolers. Collections include:

 

• Clementine Court: An ode to casual French court draped in luxuriant, painted finishes and accessorized with brushed nickel hardware.

• Chelsea Square: Crisp metropolitan silhouettes softened by earthen tones of grey and khaki punctuated by brushed nickel hardware.

• Driftwood Park: Gently aged finishes over open-grain oak veneers add warmth and texture to the West Coast casual feel of this collection.

• Smiling Hill: Antiqued finishes set against formal design elements lend a decidedly relaxed feel to time-honored silhouettes.

• Teaberry Lane: Stardust White and Midnight Cherry finishes accentuate the shapely forms of classic Louis Philippe silhouettes.

 

Established in 1924, Stanley Furniture Company, Inc. is a leading design, marketing and overseas sourcing resource in the middle-to-upscale segment of the wood residential market.