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Here’s Looking At You, Crib

Posted on: January 14, 2010


Roh Crib from Spot on Square - Acrylic panel

Photo Credit: spotonsquare.com

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a nursery with a view?  Innovative design team Spot on Square suggests an answer with a beautiful modern crib that looks more like a bed than a baby cage.

Thanks to smart use of clear acrylic for the front panel, the Roh Crib gives you and your babe an unprecedented view for playing, bonding, or just making sure baby’s still breathing.

It also looks as though the slats might be spaced just far enough apart to rub noses, but not so much that tiny exploring arms and legs would get stuck as in other cribs.

We’re curious to see this one in person, but until we can find it locally, Oompa Toys is offering Roh Crib and all other Spot on Square products for double points this month + free shipping.  Of course, there’s a premium placed on this clarity of vision – Roh Crib retails for $1589.99.

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2 Responses to "Here’s Looking At You, Crib"

Why didn’t I think of this? Don’t know if would shell out that much money for a crib though.

I know what you mean about the money. My advice to folks watching their nursery budget is to go ahead and splurge on one thing you love that’s well-designed and of great quality – the crib, a fantastic chair, a timeless heirloom dresser. The rest can be filled in at low cost with surprisingly good results from places like IKEA. We put the Oeuf Sparrow crib in our son’s room and rounded it out with IKEA MALM dressers and my college futon re-covered and deployed as a day bed. The crib is the star, and it all works.

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