Published on : Monday, February 3, 2020
Popular children furniture brand ducduc is gearing up to launch new collection next month. The new cost-effective range is, “At ducduc, we recognized a growing demand for great design, safe and local manufacturing, with on-demand lead times and smart price-points,” said Stephanie Porzio, director of design. “Studio duc was created for the smart-shopping Millennial parent who cares about quality and style just as much as safety and sustainability.”
Porzio said studio duc will launch with the first collection, Nash, which features modern detailing. The entire collection will include new pieces ranging from nursery to youth furniture options that will be sold at a more cost-conscious price point. Pricing for the collection runs from $315 for the child’s nightstand to $775 for the crib and $1,125 for the double-wide changing table. The company said all of its furniture is made by master builders at a restored production facility from the 1890s that is located northwest Connecticut. The furniture features finishes with low volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that are artisan applied to solid wood frames, according to the company. The pieces are available in natural birch, onyx and white.
Ducduc has retail locations in California, Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Texas and Virginia and in Canada.