Practically at the epicenter of Seattle sits Tottini, a juvenile store started by two moms who were looking to bring modern furniture to their area while also creating balance with their own young families. More
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Kids Today Retail Stars
Our exclusive report presents business-profile snapshots on 10 independent kids home furnishings retailers, each of which are significant players in their respective markets. Click here for more details and other available reports.
Infant Furniture Report
The exclusive Kids Today and Mom Central Consulting 2010 Children's Furniture and Gear survey shows moms are influenced by competitive prices and selection when shopping for infant furniture. The study also provides information on the types of stores moms shop first for a crib, as well as what moms expect to pay for a crib. In addition, nursery features that entice moms to pay more are revealed.
Kids Today, in partnership with Mom Central Consulting, fielded an online survey to Mom Central's proprietary panel of moms in March 2010. For results, click here.