Can your doll furniture survive this?
While Doll Stuff by Jana doll furniture is intended for use with dolls and stuffed animals, we’ve added extra stabilization into the design as a safety feature.
We really don’t recommend encouraging your children to play on the doll couches or other furniture and toy pieces, but we know that sometimes they will.
Meet Cambree. She is not quite two and she insisted on trying out her doll’s new couch! (Pattern available Spring 2015.)
And it’s not just the little ones that get involved. We know from practical experience that some big brothers just can’t stop themselves from jumping on the doll furniture. All it takes is one wrong move and your doll’s furniture is destroyed!
Sturdy enough for your real-life doll!
Doll Stuff by Jana designs stand up to the challenge of real-life kids and their imaginative play. And just to make sure, we test them out ourselves! Here’s a shot of Jana standing on one of her chair frames. It took quite a while to get a good photo, and the frame is still intact and perfect.
Here’s another photo of Cambree climbing into her doll’s canopy bed for a nap. You just can’t keep her off it. (Canopy pattern available Winter 2014.)
With all this cuteness, we had to design a matching chair especially for Cambree—now she and her favorite doll can sit side by side. (Pattern available Spring 2015.)
Doll Stuff by Jana doll furniture is made from Schedule 40 PVC pipe and fittings, and they can take a lot of abuse. We’ve tested every design with children of all ages. Extra supports have been included to make the product safe during normal child play.
And if they do happen to break, our furniture is easy to fix and repair without replacing the entire item. If a PVC fitting or pipe pops off during play, it can be put right back in place and secured with a rubber mallet and a bit of glue. If an item breaks, repair is simply a matter of re-cutting a piece of pipe or purchasing a new fitting.