Children grow up fast, despite science's best attempts to weigh them down with apple-filled backpacks and bronze shoes. Meet the furnishing needs of growing kids with today's Groupon: for $50, you get $100 worth of children’s furniture, bedding, and room decor at Rooms Come True.
Displaying more than 20 distinct in-store showrooms of its eclectic line of children's furniture and accessories, Rooms Come True fashions personalized dwellings for infants, toddlers, and teens and tweens. While anticipating the arrival of the stork, parents can endow their baby nests with wooden cribs, bedding ($99.99–$259.99), and drool-worthy artwork ($59.99–$229.99). After newborns graduate from bottles and bassinets, enlist the boutique's stylish ensemble of bedroom sets, linens, and curtains to reflect children’s emerging personalities and imaginary friends. Youngsters can develop their pillow-fighting rings with colourful night lights, curtains, and wallboards ($24.99–$39.99). With a commitment to versatile and functional furniture, Rooms Come True invests in quality furnishings for young adolescents, including durable bookshelves and classic wooden toy chests. Teens can master their study skills under the glow of a side-table lamp ($34.99–$79.99) or recite prom-date sonnets beneath a powder-room chandelier ($99.99–$249.99).
In addition to furniture and room decor, Rooms Come True also touts playroom furnishings to outfit a squeal-worthy diversion room. The trained staff is always on hand to help customers make children’s design dreams a reality and will assemble the furniture once it is delivered to the purchaser’s home by an army of Legos and balloon animals.
Rooms Come True
With bedding, furniture, and decor from brands such as Young America, Pali, and Nickelodeon Rooms by Lea, Rooms Come True keeps children’s hideouts stylish from infancy through their teens. The store's double-decker showroom inspires shoppers with more than 20 colourful displays of completed children’s rooms. Upstairs, quarters for infants, girls, and boys demonstrate how to arrange pieces to create aesthetic charm while leaving space for activities. Downstairs, more mature looks for tweens and teens include pieces that multitask—such as a bed that doubles as a place to hang out or a dresser that doubles as a best friend. The staff can help shoppers match classic, enduring furnishings with trendy, expressive accessories to suit each child’s personality and interests.
585 Torbay Rd.
St. John's, Newfoundland A1A 5G9