Very few followers of “Beverly Hills, 90210″ can ever forget stylish Kelly Kapowski, the character played by actress Tiffani Thiesen. And now the actress is all set to stylize the room of your kid with her green furniture line. Teaming up with award-winning designer Lonni Paul, Tiffani has come up with a new eco-friendly furniture line called Petitnest that boasts of giving the room of your little one a high style make-over with stylish green furniture.
Lonni Paul, the reigning female finalist from HGTV’s “Design Star” met Tiffani in the television show when she designed a guest room for the actress’s home. After this they worked together on a number of projects including designing a nursery for Tiffani’s daughter. It was during this designing of the nursery that the two realized the challenge involved in designing a kid’s room that actually lacked stylish options and this thought process gradually led to the creation of Petitnest.
Petitnest furniture collection includes cribs, dressers, changing stations, gliders, children’s chairs that ostentatiously combine style and sustainability. Breaking the traditional rule of ” all-pink” and “all-blue” for girls and boys respectively, Petitnest allows to choose the color you like and design the room accordingly. Apart from being stylish the furniture collection also flaunts its eco-friendly nature. Certified by Sustainable Furnishings Council (SFC), the Petitnest furniture line can truly boast of sustainability and durability. Petitnest claims its furniture to have a long life so that they become a part of the home long after the baby’s first years and that its furniture are so highly designed and crafted that they can also become part of the adult’s room.
Now that’s really something interesting and useful. When most of the parents can’t understand how to design their kids’ room, what furniture to add, how to make the room interesting and stylish without compromising on the health aspects, Petitnest comes as an answer to all the problems. Petitnest assures the furniture to be green which is a huge plus point both for the kid and for the parents as well.