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Walmart - Baby Mod Olivia Collection (Set $869) I like this set because it is modern, very eco-friendly, provides a TON of storage, and has gotten great reviews. The crib doesn't have storage underneath, but with a dresser and a changing table, we might be fine without that extra drawer. Babies R Us - Amy Coe Westport Collection (crib - $349.99; changer - $299.99) Next on the list is the Amy Coe crib and changer from Babies R Us. I look the look of this furniture and think the reddish-orange wood tones will work nicely with the orange in Babydoll's Liberty of London crib bedding. My concern with this furniture is that I have heard from other people that this furniture in real life is a little flimsy and reminds them of Ikea furniture. I personally like my furniture to be sturdy (especially dresser drawers). I can't find this crib in my Babies R Us store, so I can't verify the sturdiness for myself. The price is decent, though! And there is an awesome drawer underneath the crib.
I have a teensy favor to ask you...will you help me? Pretty please, with a cherry on top?
I have my eye on three very different crib/dresser sets and I can't decide which one to get for Babydoll's nursery!
I'll tell you what I've been looking for - something modern that can work for Babydoll now, and possibly another Baby (boy or girl) down the road. I am interested in pieces that will grow up with Babydoll, and that can be used as functional pieces for a long time. Finally, I would love some storage underneath the crib for linens and towels.
I have listed the three below that are the final contenders. Will you all please leave me a comment, letting me know which one you prefer? You can go here to see a (very) tentative idea of what I have in mind for the room, if that will help.
Thanks so much!
Baby's Dream - Cube Collection (crib - $549; changer/dresser - $689) Finally, this Cube Collection set meets all my requirements (storage under crib, modern design, crib changes from crib, to toddler bed, to TWO twin beds and changer can later be used as a desk). The problem with this furniture is that it is relatively expensive compared to the other furniture I have been perusing. While the cost isn't an issue, I wonder if it is foolish to spend this much on furniture, when there are other cheaper options. Moms, any tips?
So what do think? Which one is your pick? I hope all of you will comment - that even means my friends who get this blog emailed to them...it's time to help AFS out!