Jessica Mischner

Argington's New Collection is the Stuff of Dreams

by , 05/12/09

argington, jenny argie, andrew thornington, contemporary children's furniture, bamboo furniture, brooklyn designs, inhabitots, kid-friendly designs, uffizi bunk beds, sahara crib, babylon high chair

Most people view bunk beds with fondness and a sense of nostalgia. But when we spied Argington‘s awesome new collection of kids’ furniture, which included a one-of-a-kind bamboo version of their Uffizi bunk bed set, our feelings were more adult — and decidedly less becoming: first we felt envy, then longing, until finally, we were just plain impressed and decided to honor Argington‘s superior designs with our Editors’ Choice Award for Best Kids Design. Each and every offering–from the mod bunk beds and Sahara crib to the Fuji toy chest and Babylon high chairs–is sleek, sustainable, and utterly classic. Oh, to be young again.

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argington, jenny argie, andrew thornington, contemporary children's furniture, bamboo furniture, brooklyn designs, inhabitots, kid-friendly designs, uffizi bunk beds, sahara crib, babylon high chair

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3 Comments

  1. cwallace1980 April 30, 2013 at 4:05 pm

    Design is great, but when the product is defective and the company doesn’t respond it’s a major issue. This company needs to fix customer service before you should ever try to do business with them.

  2. Brandon Buttars May 14, 2009 at 10:09 am

    OK this bunk bed is the bomb. When my 1 year old gets out of his crib I’m getting something like this. I love both of them.

  3. childrensbeds May 13, 2009 at 3:52 am

    You can really see why they won the best kids design, the black and white bunk is like the perfect combination of style and functionality.

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