6 Beautifully Modern Eco-Friendly Cribs Under $600

Oeuf Robin Crib

Oeuf has several beautiful, eco-friendly cribs to choose from, but most are not so economical. The design team behind Oeuf created the Robin collection to be a more affordable option. And while keeping the cost down, they made sure to maintain the safety, style, functionality and quality the brand is known for. The Robin crib is made from sustainably sourced wood and finished with non-toxic, water-based formulas and designed to convert to a toddler bed with an additional conversion kit ($150).  You can choose from two, two-toned varieties – either white and birch or the darker, white and espresso.

+ Robin Crib $590.00

+ Oeuf

Babyletto Hudson 3-in-1 Convertible Crib

Grey is one of the trendiest colors for nurseries now and baby furniture manufacturers like Babyletto are answering with grey nursery collections. We love this mid-century modern crib with pretty round spindles, which is available in grey, white or a two-tone white and espresso. The Hudson crib is made from sustainable New Zealand pine and non-toxic finishes. One other great thing about this crib for affordability – the toddler rail for converting it to a toddler bed is included, and it also converts to a daybed.

+ Harper Crib $369.00

+ Babyletto

Nurseryworks Twinkle Crib

With a $3,500.00 lucite Hollis Crib and a gorgeous $2,100 Studio Crib in their collection, Nurseryworks is not known for their budget-friendly buys. But they recently designed a beautiful, affordable option for Target – the Twinkle 3-in-1 Crib. Inspired by mid-century Scandinavian design, this crib’s ends feature a unique quatrefoil design that’s printed on through a toxin-free ink-jet process. The crib is made of sustainable New Zealand pine and finished with non-toxic formulas. Plus, it includes a toddler rail for conversion and can be used as a day bed later as well to lengthen its life.

+ Twinkle Crib $299.00

+ Nurseryworks

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