More people than ever are having to make do with less, and in some cases, that means less space. But just because you have a small room (or have to share yours) for baby doesn’t mean you can’t have a proper crib. Check out these four cribs that are small in size but big in style and functionality.
Stokke cribs aren’t new to the scene, and part of their staying power is their versatility and unique shape. Use the bassinet for newborns, add pieces for a bigger crib, then convert to a toddler bed for years of use.
Pottery Barn Kids has just introduced their Caden crib, which is amazing for cramped quarters. Not only is it smaller in scale, it has drawers built into the bottom, adding valuable storage space.
You don’t have to sacrifice style when you scale down, and the Bloom Alma Urban Crib is proof. Not only is it already compact, but it folds up for easy storage, making it ideal for people who need to use their nursery as a guest room from time to time.
Ikea doesn’t necessarily advertise that their cribs are smaller than average, but most of them are, including this Gulliver model, which is an unbelievable deal at $99. The mattress is almost as inexpensive at just $69.
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