Nearly every single client I have worked with in the last year or so has asked for an acrylic crib. Not only are they visually stunning, acrylic cribs make sense functionally. The acrylic material makes the crib feel lighter. This is perfect for smaller spaces such as nurseries as an acrylic crib takes up less “visual space”. While a traditional crib can sometimes look like a cage, an acrylic crib feels more open and free. This openness also allows for more visibility for parents and for baby, and less limitations for where the baby monitor can be placed. Finally, from a visual standpoint, this style of acrylic cribs is stylish and stunning! They are usually on the modern side, but they can be mixed in to other styles as well.
The Roh Crib is streamlined and modern. The minimal design is perfect for a clean and modern look. This style is offered in both white and walnut finishes and comes with either 1 or 2 acrylic panels. I recently used this crib in my Miami Inspired Palm E-Design. This crib pairs beautifully with bright color pops!
I love the laser-cut detailing on the Nifty Crib. The starburst pattern paired with the mid-century design style makes this acrylic crib unique. This style is convertible so it will grow with your baby.
The Casey Crib is the perfect choice if you are looking for a more customizable option. The color selection for the finishes is amazing. The end panels on this crib are perfectly clear, and almost invisible!
The Clear Vetro Crib is definitely a very high-end option but unlike any acrylic crib on the market right now. The completely clear frame provides an unimpeded view of your little one. Check out my white modern nursery design where I used this piece.
The Tazewell acrylic crib is a great budget-friendly choice! It’s very similar to the Pottery Barn Kids version below, and also comes in white.
The Sloan Crib from Pottery Barn Kids is a pretty popular choice. This style is offered in three finishes: white, acorn and gray. A bonus of this crib is that it is Greenguard Gold Certified. The acorn finish is a favorite of mine since it has that Mid Century Modern vibe.
The Harlow Crib is the acrylic crib that I find myself sourcing the most. It’s gorgeous and well priced. I have seen the black finish gaining popularity recently as well. To see this crib in action, check out my floral nursery design and modern blush nursery. I love mixing the clean lines of the crib with a bold wallpaper.
The last acrylic crib on my list is a stunner (and probably my favorite). The rose gold leg detailing of the Luma Crib is so unique. Acrylic pairs really well with metallics since it’s so neutral. This lends perfectly to a modern or glamorous nursery style. For inspiration, you can find the Luma crib in my terrazzo nursery design.
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