American-made Children’s Furnishings With Sophisticated Appeal
These children’s furnishings rival those of grown-ups.
Company: Kalon Studios
Made in: Lebanon, Pennsylvania, and Portland, Oregon
Standout: The L.A. atelier celebrates the 10th anniversary of its cult favorite crib by offering it in black walnut and American white oak, in addition to the original maple. Plus, there’s a new dresser in solid maple, white oak, or walnut.
Products: Desk + Chair Set, Chair, Leather Lounger, and Two-Seater
Made in: Brooklyn, New York
Standout: The six-piece furniture collection scaled for tots and ideal for home-schooling is by former chef David Mawhinney and assembled from sustainable woods, Ultrasuede, and vegetable-tanned leather by restaurant workers who lost their jobs during the pandemic.
Company: Wit Design
Products: The Step Stool and the Chair
Made in: Jamestown, New York
Standout: Architect Katharine Huber designs children’s furniture strong enough to withstand rambunctious play yet light enough for kiddos to maneuver, such as these pieces in FSC-certified Baltic birch plywood with Green Guard–approved sealant.