When Kiersten Hathcock first started Mod Mom Furniture, it was because she wanted an affordable eco-friendly (and kid-friendly) toy box that looked good with the modern furniture in her family home. Once she realized that her vision, which included toybox lids that lifted on and off like puzzle pieces, so that cleaning up felt like fun, was easier dreamed than found, she decided to make them herself. Friends and family who saw the snazzy toy storage solutions flocked to Mod Mom Furniture. Soon, celebrities and tastemakers like Rachel Zoe came knocking, and Hathcock realized that she had to move out of her garage, where she had been making each toy box herself, and into the big leagues. Now Mod Mom Furniture is made to order by an Amish furniture company in Ohio, and Hathcock herself has appeared on ABC’s Shark Tank and the Nate Berkus Show, as well as in countless home décor and parenting magazines. Mod Mom’s stylish modern kids’ furniture and storage solutions are now sold in 17 countries and counting.