Contact Us or visit our showroom and shop:
WWBeds Custom Furniture
3524 Camp Robinson Road
North Little Rock, AR 72118
9am - 5pm Monday - Saturday (other times with appointment)
At Poggy's Kids we provide our customers high quality products at affordable prices. We will work with you throughout every step of the process to ensure you get the look and style you want.
Each custom designed piece is constructed with quality and function in mind. This ensures your furniture will last and maintain its appearance for years.
Poggy's Kids is the sister company of Waterful Wonderbeds/Furniture Gallery. We received so many requests and praises for our work, that we felt compelled to devote more resources toward our children's line.
Chris Davis, Production Operations Manager, personally does the designing and most of the building. He is responsible for every custom designed piece of furniture that is produced at Poggy's Kids. Chris is the oldest son of the owner, Gary, and has been in the family business for 14 years. Chris is a graduate of the University of Central Arkansas at Conway and holds a bachelor's degree in business management. He has taken courses in aircraft modification and installation, which have provided beneficial skills that he uses daily in his custom woodwork.
Gary Davis is the original owner of Waterful Wonderbeds and Poggy's Kids. He has been in business for over 30 years. He started producing furniture in his garage and has been manufacturing quality furniture since. Prior to that he gained quality experience building aircraft interiors.
Brian Davis is a very skilled craftsmen. He is brought in to do high end projects. His experience in aircraft has made him one of the best builders around. He has worked on special projects for luxury companies, including Lexus.
Paul Davis has been with us since 1994. He is an important part of the building team. Along with his experience in building, Paul has become a very good color-match specialist. His talent in the finishing department is second to none.
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