New wave of child high-tech products features advanced architectural design at cost-effective prices at www.gibraltarfurniture.com.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWeb) April 11, 2007 — “Modern Parenting” is the new exciting furniture mantra that is sweeping the design world. Traditional baby fittings have been the providence of dull, unimaginative minds for decades. Plain-wrap box designs, dreary colors, and mundane materials have typified an industry that has been tied and bound to convention for decades. All of this has changed and the results are dazzling!
Young architectural designers are applying computer-aided technology to the conception and production of daring new space-age-shaped furniture. Innovative substances, finishes, and forms are revolutionizing the adolescent furniture landscape. A remarkable new group of upstart designers are hell-bent on challenging the concept that youth furniture has to be dull and unoriginal.
The focus is on cost-effective contemporary design items that are easy to assemble and blend comfortably into 21st century lifestyles. A new wave of affordable products have arrived in the marketplace from companies including Boon, Color & Life, Celery, Litto Kids, notNeutral, Offi, Oeuf, and Ooba. These novel collections showcase striking modernism elements featuring imaginative materials, clean sweeping lines, and clever innovations.
A Google™ search indicates that the foremost site for this “New Style” type of adolescent furniture items is Gibraltar Furniture. This West coast internet pioneer features retro, modern, and post-modern children’s pieces at amazing prices. Gibraltar offers an exceptional array of wholesale, architectural, modern, high quality items at discount prices. Gibraltar Furniture is one of the leaders in the world of Internet modern architectural products. Gibraltar sells furniture manufactured in Italy, Asia, and the USA and all sales are tax free.”
Gibraltar is based in Beverly Hills California and can be found on the web at www.gibraltarfurniture.com. This firm has been in operation for over 50 years, and is an insider secret weapon for blue chip merchandise at warehouse prices. “We used Google to compare all discount architectural furniture sources and found Gibraltar Furniture to be have the best prices, models, and service of any site on the internet. This Beverly Hills 90210 store (www.gibraltarfurniture.com) is nirvana for people who want Bauhaus, art deco, modern, mid century, or designer furniture at wholesale prices. 800-416-3635.
Self-described as “modern and retro,” Litto Kids does a great job at recalling classic lines while using modern materials like walnut-stained zebra wood. This retro-oriented company offers a blend of contemporary styling and practical kid’s furniture. Litto Kid’s Lunar Crib is a fusion of simple contemporary symmetries and fashionable oriental details. Solid craftsmanship is executed within the impressive oriental window pattern on both the head- and backboards. The frame comes with an option of Dark Walnut or Natural Walnut stained wood. The rails are painted in white non-toxic paint and are fixed to provide support and stability.
Color & Life products are unique in terms of not only their design and use of color, but also their construction. Many items use a special honeycomb weave design in the boards, which are very popular in Europe.
Another vanguard company is Chicago-based Ooba. They create modern-styled objects that create comfort for babies and support an uncompromising furniture lifestyle choice for parents at the same time. Their award-winning Nest Bassinet line was born from the desire to have a bedside sleeping option for babies. This room-sharing solution brings peace of mind to parents, so they can rest soundly knowing their baby is safe and comfortable next to them.
Oeuf features good design for children of all ages. The Oeuf Crib was designed by parents of two who understand the importance of safety and who have an appreciation for modern design. Like European cribs, Oeuf uses fixed side rails and a lower center of gravity to offer one of the sturdiest and safest cribs available. In response to the lack of storage for children’s rooms, Oeuf has also introduced the mini library. Like other Oeuf pieces, it is not to be confined to the nursery. Blending the clean nursery look into the décor of even more homes, Oeuf’s nursery furniture is now available in dark walnut stain in addition to natural birch.
The Celery baby furniture line was created for traditionalists and modernists alike. All pieces exhibit a timeless beauty. Each piece is designed with a contemporary perspective with a nod to time-honored old world craftsmanship. Fabricated in Bozeman, Montana by local woodworkers, the Celery line uses quality materials that can withstand the rigors of childhood play, and will provide years of hard use. Their selection of bamboo, with non-toxic adhesives, and formaldehyde-free medium density fiberboard (MDF), combined with low-VOC finishes, affirms a total commitment to lasting and eco-friendly materials. Mortise and tenon joinery allow for easy assembly without any special know-how, complicated tools, or fussy fasteners. And absolutely no hardware is required for any of the Celery units. One of the highlights of the Celery product line is convertibility. For example, the changing table can be modified into a bookshelf to extend the lifespan of the product’s use.
Gibraltar offers the entire line of products from Color & Life, Compar, Dare Déco, David Edward, Davis Furniture, Fabulux, Firefarm, Girari, Gordon International, Grey, Havaseat Chairs, Innovation, IQMatics, Janke, Jet Age, Kenshoma, Litto Kids, Lunar Lounge, Malik, Ooba, Oeuf, Offi, OFM, Ogus Design, The Phillips Collection, Serralunga, Studio4LA, Touch Design/Lighting, Trevi Outdoor, the Vessel Architectural Pottery collection, Zuo Modern, and 100 Times Better, among others.
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, please contact Bradley Friedman, Director of Pubic Relations, via email.
Images for all products can be obtained at www.gibraltarfurniture.com.
Director of Public Relations
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