Argington, Maker of Kids Bedding, Comments on Article About Decorating and Furnishing a Nursery on a Budget

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Argington comments on a recently published article about how to decorate a nursery while on a budget.

On September 20, 2012, Argington, manufacturer of fine kids bedding, commented on a recently published article on about a parent’s struggle to decorate and furnish a nursery when there are so many costly options available against the need to not break a budget.

The article, which appeared on, discussed the difficulties that parents face when outfitting a nursery, particularly given both the cost of some décor items and the sheer quantity of available options. As the article states, “No matter what theme you have in mind there seem to be thousands of different bedding, wall decor and furniture options out there.” The article goes on to give tips about how to decorate while being budget conscious.

Argington representative Clay Darrohn says, “This is the exact reason why so many of our product lines – like the new Brookline, Uffizi, and BamBam - are all convertible. We understand that furniture needs to last and that having a piece of furniture that is able to be used in multiple ways not only increases the value of the furniture but also makes the dollar stretch that much further. We are parents too and we strive to give our customers as much value for their dollar as possible.”

As the article states, parents can visit craft stores to create their own custom nursery décor. The author suggests “saving photos of some of your favorite designer decor and take them along to a craft store with you. As you meander through the store look around for easy to use materials that can help you mimic the decor of your dreams.” With this and other tips, an attractively decorated custom nursery can be accessible to nearly every parent.

Argington is a New York based manufacturer of fine baby furniture and nursery bedding. Proudly offering sustainable products that are organic or eco-friendly, Argington’s products are also designed with mobility and multiple uses in mind to make parents’ lives easier.

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