St. Louis Baby Furniture That’s Beautiful & Safe for Your Little!

You put a lot of thought into your nursery, from the decorations you’ve picked out to the books lining the shelves. This is going to be the space where your child spends much of their early years. On top of making sure it’s gorgeous, you need to make sure it’s completely safe. One of the best things you can do before your baby arrives is find a spot that sells furniture you won’t mind your baby being around all the time. With these St. Louis baby furniture stores, you’ll find beautiful pieces designed to keep your baby safe and healthy! 

Three Safe and Quality Stores For Baby Furniture in St Louis

Silva Furniture

Silva Furniture is a family-run store that sells European furniture specifically developed to be safe for babies. The store builds their baby furniture out of beechwood to ensure it’s tip-resistant as well as durable enough to last for years. The pieces feature water- or vegetable-based finishes free of VOCs. The dressers at Silva have soft closures to prevent smashed fingers, and each piece includes an anchoring set. The store is careful to ensure all their furniture meets the safety guidelines put in place by the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Pottery Barn Kids

For years, Pottery Barn Kids has made a name for itself as the premier St. Louis shop to buy luxurious baby furniture. The Plaza Frontenac location is no exception. The shop sells cribs and bassinets as well as toddler beds and conversion kits that will grow with your child. You can find cribs with built-in storage that will keep your room organized regardless of the size. While you’re at the store, you can buy a mattress as well as bedding that will pull the room together. The shop sells matching dressers and nightstands. You’ll also be able to find lovely home accents as well as mindfully-built toys. 

Mueller Furniture

Started in Belleville in 1927, Mueller Furniture has spent generations providing St. Louis families with Amish furniture built in America. The store lets you outfit your child’s room with furniture that will last them for years. The store sells bedroom sets that will match any taste, from the modern to the rustic. Mueller Furniture provides a handy room planner on their website so you can envision what your completed space will look like. On top of their children’s furniture, the store sells quality pieces for every room of the house. 

A mom in a beige lace dress sits on a bench in a studio showing her sleeping newborn to her toddler son in green overalls with baby furniture St. Louis

Baby Furniture St Louis

With these St. Louis baby furniture stores, you can buy pieces that will keep your baby safe and comfortable. Check out these spots today so your nursery can be positively ideal by the time your little one arrives. 

If you’re looking for the best way to show off your baby’s new room, let’s chat! I’m a St. Louis-based photographer, and I love working with parents to plan photo sessions for their newborns. While I have a comfortable studio in Lake Saint Louis, I adore working on location so you can pick a spot that suits your family perfectly. If you’ve been considering booking a session for your family, I’d love to talk so you can decide whether I’m the photographer for you. Contact me today to get the conversation started!


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