Designing a proper baby nursery room can be an interesting challenge. There are plenty of aspects to behold when projecting such enterprise. It’s not easy, yet, it doesn’t have to be a herculean task. All you need are good ideas, persistence and a clear perspective on what you want to achieve. Furthermore, finding the right crib for the child to sleep must be the number one priority. Confort, security, and, of course, design are the main keywords of this (not so) small project. Today, Kids Bedroom Ideas is going to give 7 crib ideas to help you figure out what kind of nursery room you’re looking for.
A Pod-Shaped Crib
For a crib with serious curve appeal, it’s hard to do better than a little bed like this one. Clear acrylic sides make it easy to keep an eye on baby, without sacrificing your eye for style. Its tall side barriers make it absolutely safe for the child, as he/she won’t be able to climb any handlebars.
Crib by: AllModern
A Harmonic Crib
The padded headboard of this modern crib is stain resistant and easy to clean – a big plus since you’ll be using it for years, thanks to its ability to convert into an effortlessly elegant toddler and junior bed.
Crib by: Crate & Barrel
A Sleigh Crib
It’s never too early for baby’s first sleigh bed. Whitewashed oak keeps the shape looking modern, not prim, and a simple conversion kit will let your little one enjoy this classic sleeper into their toddler years.
Crib by: Pottery Barn Kids
As its name might suggest, this crib was inspired by a circus wagon and brings a welcome dose of whimsy into the nursery. This eco-friendly crib is made in the U.S. and available in seven shades.
Crib by: Kalon
A Mid-Century Convertible Crib
With clean lines, tapered legs, and hardwood construction, this DwellStudio crib has a look that recalls mid-century designs. Parents can also add a toddler gate to convert it to a bed.
Crib by: DwellStudio
An Acrylic Crib
A fun alternative to traditional nursery furniture, this Nursery Works crib is crafted completely from nontoxic clear acrylic. The unique piece is also environmentally-friendly — the whole thing can be recycled when baby gets too big.
Crib by: Wayfair
Solid, curved panels at the head and foot give the crib a distinctive silhouette. The design also takes crib conversion to the next level: Not only does it adapt to a toddler bed, the side panels can become the head- and footboard for a twin bed.
Crib by: Casa Kids
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