Houston, TX (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
Furniture that teaches kids geography, astronomy and ergonomics? That’s just one reason SmartStuff by Universal is the smartest, savviest youth collection parents can find.
Kids and parents have a lot of options when shopping, and are becoming accustomed to products that are multi-functional and customizable. SmartStuff meets their expectations with options like interchangeable desk parts (so lefties and righties can find their comfort zone), grow-with-me chairs, pull-out shelves that double workspace and removable organizers.
And for boys and girls who are never without their cell phones and iPods, SmartStuff provides built-in electrical outlets in several pieces, including every nightstand. The dressers and chests even have drawers specifically designed to house and power video game consoles.
SmartStuff furnishings come with educational tools that aim to educate and inspire kids of all age groups. These tools include colorful world maps, star charts and ergonomics guides that show kids how to reduce fatigue while studying. There are exercise guides, folding boards, coasters, pull-out clothing rods and hidden drawers. They’re small but important details designed to prod kids’ curiosity, promote healthy habits and get them thinking about the world around them.
Of course, all the smart features wouldn’t mean anything if the line wasn’t little-finger safe and made to last kids well through high school. The collection has durability and safety features that outrival similar youth groups. Safety-first construction features include heavy duty metal bolts, softened edges, anti-tip levelers and a slat roll foundation that is stronger than ordinary beds. Built-in nightlights are LED, so they never get too hot to touch.
Satisfying every style preference, there are five groups within the SmartStuff collection: Classics is a basic, timeless design for boys and girls; Gabriella is made for girly-girls, with white finish and extra pieces just for jewelry storage; RoughHouse is a sturdy, strapping group in cherry finish. Recently added to the collection are two groups inspired by Old South style, Paula Deen Guys and Paula Deen Gals.
About the company:
At Star Furniture, interior design is about much more than creating a "look." It’s about designing a personalized space that is practical for each customer's lifestyle and home. Design service is absolutely free at Star Furniture. Their in-store designers are here to help make the shopping decisions easy, straightforward and affordable. They can pinpoint each style, sort through all options, and develop a design plan that balances function and aesthetics. For more information, please visit their website at http://www.starfurniture.com.