Picking baby’s first bed is a big decision, but it doesn’t have to be an expensive one! Even though more and more people choose bassinets for their new born babies, cribs are still very popular. Check out these modern, beautiful and inexpensive cribs we love.
Our Favorite Inexpensive Cribs!
You’ve figured out your nursery theme and eve picked your baby mobile models — now you have to find the perfect crib. But with so many options (and hefty price tags!) buying baby’s sleeping place isn’t the easiest decision. Not to worry, mama-to-be, we scanned the stores to find the best budget-friendly — and beautiful — cribs.
Got an eye for sleek, modern design but not the $1,000 (or more!) that some models cost? (Yeah, we’re there with you.) We’re swooning over the sleek, simple lines of this crib and the beyond rock-bottom price tag.
If you’re a tad on the short side, you’ll appreciate that this crib’s side is 4 inches lower than most, making it easier for you to lift baby in and out. (Your back will thank you!) Plus, the robust Shaker-style wood design will look gorgeous in any nursery.
You can’t go wrong with a classic crib style — especially not at this price. We love how the dark espresso finish brings an elegant and sophisticated look to the nursery. Now if only sleeping through the night could be that effortless.
A crib with a white-and-natural color combo looks fresh and modern in a nursery, but it’s also a practical pick for parents mixing and matching a variety of hand-me-downs to complete the nursery.
More may be merrier, but it’s not usually less expensive — unless you’re talking about this Storkcraft Bradford Convertible Crib. A convertible crib with trundle storage, a dresser, and a glider are just under $300 — for all three! (Seriously!) Plus, you’ll also be set for years, because you can transform this crib into a toddler bed, daybed and full-size bed. How’s that for smart spending?
How low can you go? How about $100? Yup, for just one Benjamin, you can have a cute, modern bed for your baby. We’re confident you’ll find plenty of other ways to dress up the nursery with the money you’ve saved.
We love the beautiful design of this crib’s back panel. It looks expensive, but thankfully it comes at a price that’s more pauper than prince.
This sleek, simple crib adjusts to fit your growing baby from newborn to toddler. Because it’s so simple — and inexpensive! — you can use the money you save to buy endless cute baby clothes, sweet customized wall prints and more.
Eco-friendly, modern and affordable? Yes, your baby — and you — can have it all. (Now if only a good night’s sleep was guaranteed, too!) This convertible crib even comes with the toddler rail included, so there’s nothing more to buy when your baby is ready for the next stage. We also love that this crib comes in gray — one of the trendiest colors in nursery design right now.
Nostalgia alert: This Jenny Lind crib mixes all the style of a family heirloom hand-me-down with all the safety of a modern day, lead-free, stationery-side crib. Grandma will be charmed.
With curves in all the right places, this crib embodies the retro, 50s design with a modern dark wood twist. Bonus: It’s available in several finishes including white, oak and espresso, and converts to a full-size bed.