I love a good find, don’t you? Over the past few years, budgets for rooms have dropped. We all are a bit more familiar with DIY and great stores with lower price tags. I, personally, like helping clients with a lower budget get a fantastic room and a sense of accomplishment that it was done without breaking the bank.
So how much would you allot to a nursery or a kids space?
I believe finding the furniture pieces (crib, changer, glider, beds) at a lesser price is where you can really save your dollars. There are amazing companies out there that make phenomenal pieces…my favorites for sure are Dwell, Oeuf, Young America and Nursery Works. But not all clients have $700+ to spend on a crib.
So, today I thought I’d share some of my favorite lower priced cribs.
This gorgeous crib is a very close replica to the Oeuf Sparrow. And you should check out the amazing two toned finished crib they do of white and dark wood. It is gorgeous! Never mind, here it is so that you continue reading instead of rushing over to see it. Isn’t it a beauty?
The majority of Babyletto cribs are around $300-400, definitely a great company to keep in mind.
My next go to is Walmart…yes, Walmart. Have you heard they carry some great cribs? From traditional to contemporary, they have a wide selection and even lower prices. And the cribs are great quality. The favorite, I’m sure you’ve seen in rooms all over Pinterest and Project Nursery is
the Baby Mod Olivia 3 in 1 crib for $269! And I can confirm it is a beauty. But I have to say…I think this one is kind of great too.
Are you convinced yet that you can find a stylish, jaw-dropping crib for less then expected? I’m excited to continue to watch these furniture companies and many more come out with stand out cribs at lower prices. It’s where the majority of the consumer market is…why not allow us all to have a fab crib without spending all of our fab money =)
How about a changing table? I think that will be the next post. Let me know what else you liked to see as lower priced options.
Happy shopping- splurge vs. thrifty, what’s your way?