Our Top Kids’ Furniture Stores

We all love our own space, kitted out with beautiful furniture that turns a house into a haven. We’re thinking your kids should experience this too. As parents, we want to create a happy world for our young ones and their rooms should be an inspiring space where they can release their creativity and dream their dreams. Help your little humans feel right at home in their bedrooms with furniture designed specifically for them. Here are our favourite kids’ furniture stores to get you started.

Upsi Daisy Creations

For kids’ furniture that combines fun innovation with functionality, try Upsi Daisy Creations. They create a world for your little ones where their imaginations can soar. From wall cubes, bookshelves and desks that are suitable for smaller bodies to adorable wingback chairs and linen made from imported fabrics, every requirement is catered for. Upsi Daisy Creations also offers a colour palette so you can customise the decor according to your taste.

Our pick: The Tree Bookcase — not only does it provide a quirky spot to store your kids’ beloved first stories, but it also doubles as elegant wall art.


Nest Designs have everything covered from nursery essentials and toddlers’ playrooms to kids’ workspace pieces. Nest is one of the best kids’ furniture stores you’ll find in Joburg. This is a one-stop online shop for all the tiny decor to suit our tiny humans. Plus, they deliver anywhere in South Africa. What a bonus for exhausted parents! Ain’t nobody got time for shops, right?

Our pick: The star table and two-chair set — this is a bright learning space that will stimulate your little one’s development in a playful way. Did we mention that it has storage space to keep things organised? That’s a win for kiddo and a win for Mom!

Clever Little Monkey

Some children (and their parents!) are wonderfully offbeat. We love it when they give expression to their unconventional characters. For quirky, themed pieces to match their natures, we think Clever Little Monkey is a brilliant option. They offer free shipping for any purchase over R400. This store sources international products, so your child will get the very best of worldwide selections. Safety and quality are taken very seriously at Clever Little Monkey — you can truly rest when Baby sleeps!

Our pick: We’re loving their new wall stickers. They bring out the artist in you and your child with their creative designs. 


With a large variety of room designs to pick from, Mokki is well known for their bedroom furniture for children and teens, manufactured according to age-specific groups. For your kids’ long-term bedroom requirements, this store needs to be top of your list. Your young ones will join a worldwide community of children who use Mokki to express their individuality. Plus, they care so much for their craft and the satisfaction of their customers that they have trained employees to instal your personalised furniture in your home.

Our pick: Mokki pink pullout bed — carefully designed for space efficiency, as well your children’s fun. Sleepovers will be less of a parental nightmare with this pullout bed. Get the popcorn and pillows ready!

The Room

The Room comes from a family to families. They manufacture high-quality furniture that’s versatile, catering to growing families with changing needs. With furniture for baby rooms, toddler rooms, tween rooms and even guest rooms, they have everything necessary for your home. Many of the designs are adaptable, so you can make adjustments as your children grow older. The owners have personal involvement in each piece of furniture, which means you can be assured of the best quality. From toy boxes to bedside tables, The Room will be with your kids through the years to come.

Our pick: L-shaped bunk bed with bookshelf — why get an ordinary bunk when you can get an L-shaped one, complete with books readily on hand? These bunk beds are perfect for siblings.

Know of other awesome furniture stores not mentioned above? Let us know below!

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