Wayfair, created by Niraj Shah and Steve Conine in Conine's modest Boston nursery in August 2002, was originally a two-person company known as CSN Stores. CSN began as a website that sold media stands and storage furniture, but it quickly expanded to sell patio and garden gear an ... Read More d eventually home and bedroom furniture, including items such as decorative accessories, lighting, kitchen necessities, bedding and bath supplies, and all things for babies and kids. In 2011, CSN decided to rebrand as Wayfair and debuted Wayfair.com, which is the second-largest online home and furniture retailer in the United States. In addition to Wayfair.com, Wayfair LLC oversees AllModern, a modern furnisher with a number of top designer products from names such as Missoni; Joss & Main, a members-only limited-time sales site; and Wayfair Supply, which caters to businesses, governments, and schools. Wayfair.com boasts an impressive collection of baby and kids' products, including nursery, bedroom, and playroom furniture, bedding, decor, baby gear, car seats, strollers, feeding supplies, baby gear, diapering and potty necessities, and apparel. Wayfair.com is also home to a number of parent-approved brands such as Baby Bjorn, Baby Jogger, babyletto, BOB, Britax, DaVinci, Fisher-Price, Graco, KidKraft, Melissa and Doug, Peg Perego, Safety 1st, Sorelle, Step2, and Stokke.