the ducduc story
for a few years, ducduc manufactured all pieces in amish country, in lancaster, pennsylvania, chosen for its “old-school kind of crafting,” wilcox says, until the brand grew too big. in 2009 production moved to a restored 1890s barn in torrington, connecticut, where 40 employees design and manufacture the pieces.
all pieces are made to order, typically in eight to 10 weeks, though a select number of the brand’s most popular pieces, including cribs, dressers, and changers, are part of ducduc’s “quick-ship program,” which has a four-week turnaround.
color, form, and style
we are experts in color, form, and construction. we don't want you to compromise design for functionality, and we don't expect you to check your taste at you kid's door. each ducduc piece is made to order, and that means it is made just for your family and your style. does your kid love pink? surprise them with drawer interiors that match their favorite crayola crayon (or your favorite benjamin moore paint color).
made here, made well™
we offer modern, chic, conscientiously constructed, and eco-friendly children's furniture. every ducduc piece is born in ourrestored 1890's production facility, located in a tiny town in northwest connecticut. all ducduc furniture is hand-crafted by master builders with an attention to detail and quality to ensure it will last for years to come–through spills, slumber parties, science fair projects, and and all of the other madness that comes along with being a kid.
environment + green
there is nothing more important to us than making our clients happy, and we know there is nothing more important to our clients than their children. that is why we have our own factory and control over our own processes. all of our low-voc hand-rubbed finishes are artisan applied to solid wood frames (no mdf here). we think of things like ouchless drawer glides so that your kid's fingers stay safe, and you can worry less about band-aids and more about exactly how you explain where babies come from. ah, parenthood...