The crib is often the cornerstone of your nursery decor – it can set the style and tone of the room. Some cribs can be major budget busters and as the cost of having a little one adds up it is comforting to know you don’t have to spend thousands of dollars to get a stylish and functional crib. In fact, I think there is really no need to spend thousands. As a first time parent, we went for the pricey option for Eloise and the second time around for Margaux, choose one on this list and I am just as happy with our budget friendly option as the budget busting option. Here’s our top picks for budget friendly cribs, have any to add to the list?
Ikea Gulliver – a favorite of our editor, Mallory + solid wood construction. There are other colors that cost a little more but are still very budget friendly.
DaVinci Autumn Convertible Crib – comes in a white and grey, too and has a great traditional look.
DaVinci Jenny Lind crib, $199- our favorite! Margaux has this exact crib white and I love it. Again, other color options available and often available through sites with free shipping.
Pottery Barn Kids Kendall Crib, $399: several colors here, too. My mother in law has this crib at her house and it is gorgeous and great quality (just watch out for shipping charges).
babyletto Hudson Crib, $379: My mom has this crib at her house and I love the modern style! Bonus here, the toddler rail is included whereas with most of the others it is an additional purchase.
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