Whitney Brothers



 Founded in New Hampshire in 1904, Whitney Brothers uses old-world craftsmanship blended with state-of-the-art CNC technology to design and manufacture award winning wood furniture, storage, reading, book display and play value products for Early Learning in educational, childcare, and residential environments. We invented the product categories we operate in and pioneered their commercial distribution. Whitney Brothers products are proudly made in the US, are GREENGUARD® Gold certified for indoor air quality, and supported by a Limited Lifetime Warranty. Each product passes an uncompromising 45-point safety inspection that exceeds Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA), ANSI and BIFMA standards.

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