Our team is walking the ABC Kids Expo 2014 show looking for the latest and greatest in nursery design. You know us, we want to share the scoop with our readers as soon as possible. So even though the details are still at a minimum, here is a sneak peek at what’s coming soon!
The Halo Crib from Nursery Works features a 24K gold plated aluminum embellishment and converts to a toddler bed—definitely a glamorous statement.
Mint was a huge trend spotted all over the show, and cribs were no exception. We love the subtle accent on this Babyletto crib with built-in storage.
Here is a Jenny Lind crib in the popular hue. It also converts to a toddler bed.
The new Flora set, also from DaVinci, has great lines and a great price point.
You can look forward to the Fawn bassinet/crib system from Oeuf in the spring.
Newport Cottages is known for their unique and gorgeous crib colors, and this Devon Crib, in a striking green, is all the proof we need for how well it’s working for them.
The Winston Crib from Franklin & Ben mixes vintage and modern to great effect.
The Contour Crib coming soon from Nursery Works is a showstopper. If you want the crib to take center stage in your nursery, this crib is a great contender.
Update! Our team spotted a few more cribs we thought you’d like to see.
Tufted cribs always add a little glam to a traditional nursery.
Angelina Crib with Silver Tufting from Dolce Babi
Sometimes a modern crib comes with a high price tag, but these cribs come with good looks and a good price.
Fisher-Price Modern Cribs
The detail on this crib is just gorgeous—a modern crib with a little more visual interest.
Be sure to follow along on Project Nursery’s Instagram account for the latest scoop!
love them! but the contour crib looks very unsafe!
The crib itself actually converts to the toddler bed with an additional toddler rail that you can find using the Jenny Lind link above.
I know! That green is gorgeous. Love the wood panel too.
Where can you find the Jenny Lind toddler bed featured above?
All of these make me want to redesign my nursery! The green is insane (in a good way)