6 Beautifully Modern Eco-Friendly Cribs Under $600

by , 11/09/12

Argington BamBam Complete Crib Combo

Designed to embody the grace of the art nouveau movement, this crib is made from solid birch and low-VOC birch ply wood that is certified to be free of formaldehyde emissions. But that’s not the coolest thing about the BamBam collection – this combo includes everything you need to go from bassinet to toddler bed. Start with the bassinet that comes with a 1-inch hypo-allergenic mattress pad included. Next convert the bassinet to a crib, and finally convert the crib to a toddler bed – all without buying anything new! The crib also features wheels, perfect if you plan to move Baby from your room to the nursery and back again.

+ BamBam Complete Crib $449.00

+ Argington

giggle Better Basics Harper Crib

We love Giggle for the amazing curation of modern, sustainable and well-designed products from a variety of manufacturers, but this crib pick is a Giggle original. Available in both natural and walnut finishes, the Harper Crib features clean, classic lines. Made from solid birch and birch plywood, this crib is FSC-certified and is finished with low-VOC, non-toxic, water-based stain. Manufactured by Troll Nursery, it’s built to last and can be converted  to a toddler bed with an additional conversion kit ($125).

+ Harper Crib $595.00

+ giggle

Spot on Square Eicho Crib

A minimalistic design and an affordable price, landed this eco-friendly crib on our list. The Eicho Crib is made in the USA from 100% recycled/reclaimed, formaldehyde-free MDF with a non-toxic finish. If you want to extend the life of this crib, you can buy an additional conversion kit ($210) to turn it into a toddler bed.

+ Eicho Crib $595.00

+ Spot on Square

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