Furniture for a Growing Family

Beth Rice 20/02/2017

From toddlers to teens, the activities and needs of your family change as the kids grow. Finding furniture that can grow along with your family is possible with the features and customizations Amish furniture can provide.

Take a look at the built-in extras that make some of our favorite versatile pieces great furniture for a growing family.

Crib Conversions

Built to provide for a comfortable night’s sleep from infancy to adulthood, the Amish French Country Convertible Crib grows right along with your child. It can be transformed from a crib to a day bed or twin bed for your young adult. Three beds in one can save you money as your child transitions from baby to fully grown.Amish French Country Convertible Crib

 

Big Kid Storage Beds

As kids get bigger they gain more possessions they want to keep. The need to make space for books, toys, and clothing grows right along with your kids. Storage beds save the day with built-in drawers and shelves that provide a place for everything.

The Amish Captain’s Bed is a versatile selection, perfect for a boy or girl’s room.

Amish Captain's Bed

The Amish Brooklyn Platform Bed with Bookshelf has room for a collection of books as well as built-in drawers at the base of the bed.

Amish Brooklyn Platform Bed with Bookshelf

A great option for siblings sharing a room, the Amish Double Bunk Bed with Drawers has two beds as well as a built-in dresser for clothing storage.

Amish Double Bunk Bed with Drawers

The Amish Sweet Dreams Storage Loft Bed has nine drawers as well as bookshelves built in.

Amish Sweet Dreams Storage Loft Bed

Dining Table

As the kids form new relationships, there’s no telling who will be joining you for dinner. Our solid wood dining tables with leaf extensions ensure you’re ready for any size crowd.

The Somerset Stowleaf Draw Extension Dining Room Table by Keystone is one of our most popular, best-selling tables. Ten sizes in the solid wood of your choice are possible with leaf extensions.

Somerset Stowleaf Draw Extension Dining Room Table by Keystone

The Bellingham Amish Leg Table can be custom-made in the size you need.

Bellingham Amish Leg Table

Bench seating like the Canterbury Bench by Keystone allows you to fit a few extra people around the table, making it an ideal option for growing families.

Canterbury Bench by Keystone

Kitchen Island

A solid wood kitchen island like the Boulder Creek Frontier Kitchen Island with Extending Table is a beauty that can be custom-made to fit the needs of a growing family. Providing a place for kids to do homework as well as storage for kitchen accessories the whole family uses makes it an ideal choice. The pull-out table built in to this multi-purpose island can help with hosting parties, dinners, and plenty of game nights for family and friends.

Boulder Creek Frontier Kitchen Island with Extending Table

 

Entryway Hall Bench

From the pre-school backpack and lunchbox to the middle school team gear, a good spot is needed for organizing school items. Six hooks, three drawers, a bench for changing from cleats or ballet shoes to sneakers, and a mirror for everyone to check themselves out makes the Amish Mission Hall Tree with Storage Bench the perfect furniture for family in your entryway or foyer.

Amish Mission Hall Tree with Storage Bench 3 Drawer

Amish furniture is handcrafted for your home by skilled woodworkers who get inspired by their family’s needs. Enjoy the features of solid wood furniture that can grow right along with your family, and save you money in the long run.

Beth Riceby Beth Rice (102 Posts)

Beth Rice started a dream job when she began as a content writer for DutchCrafters in 2015. She has an A.A. Degree from Manatee Community College, and studied Journalism at the University of South Florida for one year. Her published work includes a short story in Chicken Soup for the Soul's "My Amazing Mom" edition and one children's book, "I"m Adopted, I'm Special." Conveying the qualities, functions and benefits of DutchCrafters furniture keeps her creative as she contributes to content throughout the website. An avid reader and devoted runner, Beth hopes to publish a novel in the future. DutchCrafters Timber to Table blog was started in 2012 to provide our customers and other readers with woodworkers stories, Amish culture information, and furniture selection or interior design tips.


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