Modern Crib Love


Last night my biological clock was ticking once again. I was up really late browsing cribs for my future babies nursery. I just can’t get enough of these amazing cribs they have out now. The design world had definitely changed since I was a baby.

My original favorite was the Jenny Lind crib. It’s seriously such a classic piece. Love it.

via decorpad

But more and more I find myself drawn to the more modern and clean lines of these cribs.

Ray Crib by Muu $795

Sparrow Crib by Oeuf $730

Classic Crib by Oeuf $940

Skylar by Pottery Barn $799

Modo by Babyletto $380

Bam by Argington $585

All of the above cribs have the option to be converted into a toddler bed, which makes them worth the price tag, right?

The Ikea Gulliver crib would definitely be the least expensive option. But I don’t know how I feel about Ikea and their quality. Not to mention their clumsy installation directions.

via Decorpad

There are so many to choose from I don’t know how I’ll ever make a decision. I think when it comes down to it, I’ll have to base my decision on price. Even though I’m loving the designs by Oeuf.

And just for fun here are some gorgeous WAY out of budget cribs.



Ok are you on crib overload now? sorry about that.

Look out for a post on strollers next…oh no!

Can’t wait until I get preggers!

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4 Responses to “Modern Crib Love”

  1. jen July 28, 2011 at 2:41 PM #

    we replaced a recalled crib with the ikea – after reading the reviews in baby bargains – it gets fab reviews and i love the clean lines. such a steal. so then you can splurge on other things… like the uppa baby vista, which is awesome! (found your blog when searching for a rug. ;))


  2. Amber November 20, 2011 at 6:51 PM #

    found your blog through pinterest…love your style! the ikea crib is definitely affordable, but the way it is designed, you can’t use a crib skirt. maybe that isn’t a big deal to some people, but i found with our two kiddos that a crib skirt was a really great way to bring in fabric and pattern. plus it hides clutter if you want to store anything under the crib. 🙂


  3. Anthony November 30, 2013 at 11:04 AM #

    Awesome assortment of Cribs!


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