Nursery Furniture Company Argington Reacts to a New Mom’s Nursery Decorating Project

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Argington responds to a new mother’s ongoing efforts in, and lessons learned, while decorating her first-born’s nursery, as chronicled in a RiverJournalOnline.com article.

On September 26, nursery furniture manufacturer Argington commented on a recent post on RiverJournalOnline.com about a new mother who, after decorating her firstborn’s nursery, spoke about her experiences and offered advice on the process.

In the RiverJournalOnline.com article, interior designer and new mom Kitty Burruss talks about how consuming and enjoyable it was to design her newborn’s nursery. As both an interior designer and a new mother, she knows that “it’s critical to combine functionality and practicality with décor, and there are a several essential components to keep in mind when pulling together your child’s first bedroom.” Burruss goes on to say that the “key furniture pieces for a nursery are a crib, changing table, and some kind of rocking chair or glider for middle-of-the-night feedings.” Burruss makes recommendations for lighting, themes, and offers tips on decorating gender neutral nurseries.

Argington representative Clay Darrohn feels that Ms. Burruss revealed a very important point with her insight into the need for versatile furniture. Darrohn states, “Having furniture that combines functionality and practicality is a vital aspect of Argington’s products, which helps our furniture retain its usefulness for years. Our furniture is designed to be environmentally friendly and versatile. We strive to bring the best value to our customers with every piece of furniture.”

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

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