modmomfurniture's Shop Announcement

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I'm an ex-marketing exec mom turned freelancer turned web designer turned nanny turned furniture designer and builder. I opted for the straight and narrow career path as you can see. :) I sell one-off designs and prototypes here on this Etsy shop that I create in my garage workshop in Arizona. Stay tuned for lots of great new designs!

Please note: SHIPPING IS FREE within the U.S. (excluding Puerto Rico, Hawaii and Alaska.) If you live outside the US, please contact me for a shipping estimate.


Thank you for the amazing toy boxes! We love them! People need to check them out!!”

"Rachel Zoe's Favorite Eco-Friendly Baby Finds!"

“What’s your favorite DESIGN PUBLIC product and why? Definitely the Mod Mom Toy Box –it’s such a beautiful piece. I wish she would do larger pieces like buffets or coffee tables. It’s furniture that’s also art. My kids keep their Lego’s on one side and extra train tracks on the other.”

"This box is beautiful beyond description. It's flawless and very well made. I love the fact that it's built by a mom, who knows kids better than mom themselves. This will definitely be one of few heirloom pieces in my family. Thanks Kiersten for such gorgeous work.”

“Our animal roundup wouldn’t be complete without a kids-only piece. This sweet and simple toy box made from birch plywood is just the height for little ones but mod enough for the older set. We love the way this bird’s stick legs sit on the side while its orange body lies on top. Plus, its unusual design makes cleanup a bit more fun—kids can lift the lid via the cutout wing and stash stray toys in snap.”

“…Although Mod Mom Furniture pieces are perfect for a child's room or playroom, they won't feel at all out of place elsewhere in your home.”

"Just wanted to let you know that the toy box arrived right on schedule, in perfect condition and has been completely filled with Sebastian's stuff... (how did my 4 1/2 month old manage to accumulate so many toys already? oh right, grandparents) Thanks for designing and making such a lovely item. I have to admit I sort of hope he'll someday decide it is "too babyish" to have even a repurposed toyboxin his room so that I can appropriate it to store blankets or sweaters!"