Thirteen years ago, with a baby on the way and a little girl with a big personality ready for her “grown-up” room, Andrea Edmunds started searching for children’s décor with that special something. When she struggled to find just the right balance of quality and creativity, a business was born. Today, PoshTots brings together exceptional artisans and parents who appreciate their unique creations.
Andrea has more than an entrepreneurial spirit; she has creative vision: a child’s room is more than a space to sleep. It’s a place to play, learn and dream; an environment where a child can enjoy all the simple pleasures of their imagination. Creating that space is no small challenge. It requires finding just the right furnishings and accessories, and then combining them so that each child’s unique personality shines through.
From the beginning, PoshTots’ whimsical design work has turned the heads of People Magazine, House Beautiful, InStyle, Better Homes and Gardens and many national publications. Andrea has appeared on Access Hollywood, Good Morning America, Dr. Phil, MTV News and countless television lifestyle and design shows. Her talented team of designers have helped PoshTots earn its reputation as the “designer of choice” not only for celebrity parents, but for clients across the globe. PoshTots’ distinctive style, unparalleled customer service and utmost commitment to the finest craftsmanship have established it as the premiere destination for the most extraordinary children’s furnishings in the world.
Now a mother to three children, Andrea still sees the passion that drives parents to PoshTots. The same ideals that inspired PoshTots’ creation in 2000 remain guiding principles for the company today.
When it comes to furnishing your child’s room, selecting inspiring furniture is only part of the picture. There’s true artistry in how you put it all together. A lot of time and thought goes into a PoshTots’ room design – don’t little ones deserve it. After all, they're only small once... and we all start off believing in fairytales.