Designers of modern baby nursery cribs have taken design to the next level. Previously traditional wooden cribs experienced a significant makeover in the last ten years. That change has nothing on what is hitting the modern baby nursery furniture market now. You won’t believe what the market is seeing debut in the realm of baby furniture for today’s infants.
Modern crib designers have decided that sleek, modern, clean lined baby nursery furniture just wasn’t ‘modern’ enough for todays babies. With changing tables made with light wood, white bases and zebra finish options, it appeared that this minimal design would last into the future. At retailers such as My Urban Child, cutting edge modern baby nursery furniture was very popular with young modern couples starting their family. With rooms becoming ultra modern and fine art replacing the animals and disney themes of yesteryear, modern crib companies are keeping up with the trends.
The Spot on Square Roh Crib is a perfect example of ultra modern. The transparent sides allow for full see-thru crib viewing of baby. Without the wooden slats that were standard, there is an additional safety aspect now present with the modern design of baby’s bed. Not to be outdone, Nurseryworks has designed the Hollis Crib to go with the modern acyrillic crib side feature trend. Inspired by Charles Hollis Jones, a pioneer in acrylic furniture design, the Hollis crib offers a futuristic but not too ‘out of the box’ type of design. Crafted from non-toxic and recyclable lucite, this modern baby nursery furniture offers a modern changing table and baby dresser add-on option to make the nursery complete.
The baby nursery will never be the same after our modern architects, contemporary designers, today’s mommies and cutting edge retaillers get together. With baby’s safety in mind, daddy’s desire to keep Noah’s Ark themed baby accessories out of the previously hot bachelor pad and mom’s ability to show the whole neighborhood that she still has style, modern baby nursery furniture is the coolest trend out there. The home does not have to sacrifice when two becomes three (or four, or five, or six…). With the flow from the modern living room extending to the dining, bedroom and kid’s rooms, the whole house will be a delight to entertain, rest or just play around in. Here comes baby and here comes style!