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Nurseryworks Makes Lucite Luxe

When it comes to setting trends in nursery design, Nurseryworks is often leading the pack. Their modern cribs, dressers and gliders can be seen in many designer nurseries around the globe. It was in Vegas at the ABC Kids Expo a few weeks ago that Melisa and I got to see this ultra cutting edge Lucite crib in person while visiting the Nurseryworks booth. I am a big fan of Lucite so I was very intrigued by both the crib and matching dresser. Maybe Melisa being so organized and Type A, could make the clear dresser work in the nursery. After all, folding clothes is one of her favorite hobbies.  I would absolutely fail at keeping the contents, which are on full display, neat and tidy. Both the Lucite crib, called the Hollis, and dresser were prototypes. No word yet on when they will be available to purchase but we are so curious to see them in a real room setting. The rumor is that the crib will run upwards of $3000. Maybe if Victoria Beckham agrees to have that fourth child the Hollis crib will have found its match?

We are taking a pole. Tell us what you think about this new Lucite crib by Nurseryworks by commenting on this post. Love it or hate it?

15 Comments

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    P – I would rock this crib!! After all, it’s true. I refold if someone else folds the laundry even though I SO do not have the time for it. It’s crazy I know. With this amazing crib however, I’d likely fluff my crib bumper 4x a day!

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    Love it! Quite the hefty price tag though, and the dresser is not entirely practical but I love their bold concept and can’t wait to see it used in a designer showcase home sometime soon! Would truly make a minimal statement!

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    My first reaction is yuck! I’m into very modern design but this comprimises warmth big time. I think there is a place for this crib in an ultra modern room. Fingerprints would be all over it!! I think a combination wood (white, color or natural) and lucite would be interesting and keep it warm.

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    As an object it is quite beautiful. But I would never use it. Like PP said it might be lovely with some wood elements to balance the coldness of the lucite. And I fear the dresser would look all a jumble, no matter how neatly you folded all those onesies!

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    While I love a modern look in the nursery…this is awful! Totally “un-nursery” like to me. I find it cold and boring and not all welcoming to a little one.

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    This is the most cutting edge thing I have seen! It’s very cool. I suppose it could be washed easy! I can’t wait to open up a design mag and see how someone uses it!!!

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    Hate It! Not realistic at all. First of all – How are you going to creep backwards away from the crib without the baby realizing you are *gasp* LEAVING THE ROOM with a see-through crib? Fail.

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    It is very interesting and simple. I do agree with jmouritzen however, as that it could compromise on warmth within the room. But interesting and I am looking forward to seeing what they come up with next.

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