Often, the crib is the starting point for a nursery design. It is typically the first piece that is purchased by parents-to-be. The decision for a crib then dictates the direction for the rest of the room design. Over the years I have worked with countless furniture brands. During this time I have gathered a few favorites. In addition, I always take note when my clients tell me about their findings as well. Here are my favorite cribs this year so far!

Newport Cottages Uptown CribCheck out my Glam Blush Nursery to see how I used this crib in a design.

The Uptown Crib by Newport Cottages is unlike any crib I have ever seen. It is the perfect combination of modern, chic, and glam, and the brass leg detailing adds an extra special touch. With the multitude of customizations, you can find this crib in nearly any color.

Crate and Barrel Campaign CribDesign by Cassidy Boarman Jacobsen

I love the modern clean lines of the Crate & Kids White Campaign Crib. As much as I love a bright brass finish, the darker gold tone on this crib is a lot more accessible.

Nursery Works Luma Acrylic CribSee more of the Luma Crib in my Modern Terrazzo Nursery Design

Although the Luma Crib by Nursery Works is a newbie, it has sure made an impact on the market! I can not count the number of requests I have received from clients to use this crib. Although this one is more expensive, it is completely worth the splurge. This is one of the only fully acrylic cribs on the market. The base is a shiny and sleep rose gold which makes it extra unique!

Babyletto Lolly CribNursery by @ciarachanelself

A go-to of mine for style and budget is the Babyletto Lolly Crib. The light wood Scandinavian style has been so popular lately in the nursery industry so this crib is right on trend. An added bonus is that this crib is Greenguard Gold certified.

Babyletto Harlow Acrylic CribYou can find my top pick in my Blush Floral Nursery

Finally, my all-time favorite and crib, and by far the most requested crib by my clients is the Babyletto Harlow Acrylic Crib. This is a fantastic budget- friendly alternative to the Luma crib. I’ve probably used at least five of these this year already, with no signs of slowing down! I have also worked with the glossy black version which is stunning as well. This is my winner for style and price!

[This post was originally published on Project Nursery]

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