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We picked the Pinehurst. It has 5 out of 5 stars with over 185 reviews on BRU's website, it cost $365 with the coupon, and it's such a solid piece of furniture, unlike a lot of other cribs we had looked at. I've heard good things about the Munire too, both are great cribs, and I can highly recommend the Pinehurst. It was very simple to put together and will be very easy to make into a toddler/full bed.
Now that said, you're talking about 2 different colors right? The Pinehurst comes in Espresso, the Munire comes in Cherry. This is a pretty big difference IMO. The Pinehurst is a very dark Espresso, there's hardly any reddish in it at all. I'd say that since both cribs are great quality, you should pick based on which color you prefer.
Here's ours, not decorated yet, but we plan to have purple accents.
The Essex comes in espresso as well :)
It's BEAUTIFUL in real life & got awesome reviews from both friends & Baby Bargains. We caught it right during a Munire sale, so we paid $350 for the crib...less than the Pinehurst.