LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – June 7 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Two years ago while designing a new bedroom for her soon to be toddler son, Misti Norusis struggled with finding just the right furniture pieces to compliment her son’s personality. Out of this experience, Misti founded Wishrooms.com to offer unique children’s bedroom and playroom furniture at affordable prices.
Misti founded Wishrooms.com, a web based company now offering over 1,000 unique furnishings for unique kids is now enjoying its second successful year in business.
With new products being added every week from many different world-class manufacturers, Wishrooms.com is increasingly recognized as a leader in the rapidly growing children’s furniture e-commerce industry with an extensive product line.
Wishrooms.com offers a unique blend of products that are difficult to find in traditional furniture stores. The company’s mission is to provide Moms and Dads with the ability to create a room setting for their children that fit the age and personality of their kids while offering those products at a fantastic value.
So far this year, Wishrooms.com has added an additional 300 products with plans to double the total number of products by the end of the year. Some of the most popular items are hand-painted table and chair sets that are perfect for children’s rooms but also one of a kind heirloom quality pieces. Also, extremely popular are all sports related items including the new officially licensed Major League Baseball(R) theme kid’s furniture pieces.
“I am extremely excited about these new items and the additional items that we will begin offering our customers later this year. The overwhelming positive responses we have received from the customers we serve have been tremendous. We are passionate about providing great furniture pieces at fantastic prices with unparalleled customer support.”
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