As specialists in nursery interior design, we get asked a lot, by clients and moms-to-be about our favorite choice for cribs. There are a few brands and cribs that I personally love, but at the top of the list is the Babyletto Hudson Crib. Here’s my list of three primary reasons why I think this crib is an amazing option for your baby’s nursery.

1.  LONGEVITY

The Hudson 3-in-1 Convertible Crib converts to both a toddler bed and daybed (and comes with a kit that you can easily store away until it’s time to convert). A crib that can grow with your child makes it the perfect investment, and this Babyletto crib is solidly built from sustainable New Zealand pine wood. This wood is a quality and durable material that’s made to last!

2. STYLE

I absolutely love the modern, minimal style of the Babyletto Hudson Crib. It is smooth and sleek, with a touch of mid-century characteristics, and the versatile color options that Babyletto has released are amazing for us as designers. Some of the options include all white, all grey, white / grey combo, a light natural wood, a dark natural wood, and a combo of each of those with white as well. It allows use this same crib in a variety of room styles / themes, while still being the perfect fit. Another great thing about purchasing a crib that is a part of a line of products, is that it’s easy to find additional matching nursery furniture, such as changing tables or dressers.

3. SAFETY

Of course, at Little Residents, each of our nursery interior design projects are centered in growth, development, and overall safety. The Babyletto Hudson Crib is Greenguard GOLD Certified (a standard in child safety factors), as well as green-lighted through other standards and organizations as well.

Here are a few adorable examples of the Babyletto Hudson Crib in use in some awesome nursery interior projects:

Babyletto Hudson Crib | Nursery Interior Design

(image credit: via Babyletto)

 

 

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-xoxo, Lindsey

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