Do you want to spend a fortune on your nursery or are you satisfied with a cheaper but still stylish and chic lookalike? We’ve bought and received second hand furniture and we’re entirely satisfied with it. They look really good, my son’s IKEA bed has been used for 3 months by another couple who moved away and sold up everything. We got this beautiful bed and mattress for peanuts. There’s nothing wrong with it, our son sleeps well in it too.
Just have a look at these stylish beds and check out the review made by Parenting.com:
Splurge: Oeuf Classic Crib, $920 (left)
Steal: Baby Mod Olivia 3-in-1 Crib, $299.88(right)
We’re major fans of the Oeuf brand and the married designers behind it, Sophie Demenge and Michael Ryan. This sleek crib comes in birch ($890) and walnut, offers three positions for the mattress, and converts to a toddler bed (with the additional purchase of the conversion kit, $240). Perhaps most importantly, it’s simply beautiful and well-made.
If you love the look of the Oeuf crib but can’t swing the price, this Baby Mod crib is a close (and much cheaper) alternative. It offers four-level mattress positioning and converts into a daybed or toddler bed using the guard rail conversion kit that’s included.
Oeuf Classic Crib from babygeared, $920
Baby Mod Olivia Crib fromwalmart.com, $299.88