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Crib recommendations for a somewhate small room?

I'm having twins and need to buy 2 cribs asap since most take 2-3 months to come.  I've given myself the end of February as a deadline to buy the cribs and the glider.  Everything else can wait.

Any recommendations for cribs that don't take up too much space, since I'll need 2, don't cost an arm and a leg (no more than $500 each) and can transition into toddler beds?  I'd love it if they also had some storage but I know that might be asking too much.

Re: Crib recommendations for a somewhate small room?

  • pottery barn skylar crib. my son's room is quite small and this is great because it has storage drawers on the bottom. It is pricey though at $800.
  • Babyletto mercer crib.  You can get it at Scneider's.  They have the cribs in stock and they will do free delivery right away.  I would suggest going directly to the store though because the website isn't great.


  • Thanks for the suggestions!  I'll check them both out.
  • The Alma Papa crib is a bit more expensive, but it was the narrowest crib I could find. It's European size which is about 4 inches less than most US standard.


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  • Thanks!

     We tried going to Schneider's today but they were closed so we just went to buybuybaby and Pottery Barn Kids instead.  I hope they're open tomorrow.

  • Sorry they were sure they are open today.  If you haven't found a stroller yet, I would also look at the candy while you are there.  It is amazing for two babies and i think they are the only ones carrying it now.  Good luck:)
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