It’s here! It’s here! It’s here!!!!
Hard to believe since I had so much trouble with this crib being out of stock! I liked all of the cribs in the Baby Mod line, but when I saw this one in cool grey, I knew it would be perfect for us.
I didn’t do a ton of shopping around because this one just seemed to fit the bill so well off the bat. And the price – at $199 – was rockin’! Matt had it assembled in about 20 minutes one evening!
- Crib converts to a toddler bed (toddler rail included)
- Remove the toddler rail and the crib converts to a day bed.
- Fixed-side crib ensures stability
- No moving parts, all sides are stationary
- Four mattress-support positions allow the crib to adjust as baby grows
- Made of sustainable pine wood from New Zealand
- Beautiful non-toxic finish
- JPMA Certified
- Meets or exceeds all U.S. safety standards
- Uses standard size crib mattress
And it really couldn’t match the rug more perfectly!
At first I felt like it was a little claustrophobic, but I’m totally used to it now.
Beaker has been perched atop our bed for a week [LOST fans, he’s been saying his name is Jacob!]
But he decided to relocate once he found the crib assembled.
We also hung curtains!! The white ones that used to be in our room. We ended up taking down the shutters down for safety and clutter purposes. I know many of you have recommended black out curtains, and we’ll probably add something else later, but one step at a time!
The room is so much cozier now!
Especially with the matching closet curtain
I also know these curtains are not a decorator’s dream for length. I took out the hem as some of you recommended and it probably will fray in time, but again, I’ll cross that bridge when I get there!
[Argh curtain rods are expensive!!!!]
By luck of the draw, I own this little clock in the perfect grey matching color!
A question to ponder: to paint the fan, remove it and replace it or leave it be to match the brown bed….
Coming along! Karen and I are going to IKEA this week for a dresser!
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