Our iron post crib has gone through two nurseries in the blink of an eye! I wish I had found this stunning Restoration Hardware iron post crib knock-off when I was pregnant with my son! This budget friendly crib can combine with any style to create an adorable nursery!
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Adorable vs. Affordable: Iron Post Crib
One of my followers just told me that she was expecting, so I thought it would be fun to add a few nursery items to my “Adorable vs. Affordable” series! In fact, I realized that I haven’t shared any children’s items in this series yet!
So today’s item is inspired by the Restoration Hardware iron post crib that I have used for both of my kids! My son is five and my daughter is two. She is still in the crib, but will probably transition out around three years old. Cue the tears! My son transitioned out around three because my daughter was born. Now that there is no real push, we shall see when we get my daughter a big girl bed! Both of my kids are super active and pretty good at fine and gross motor skills. However, neither of them have ever climbed out of the crib! Well, my son can now, but he never did when he used it! I attribute that to the small round bumps on the top of the railing. It must be like baby barbed wire!
What I loved about the Restoration Hardware iron post crib was the vintage look of it. It can really fit into several different styles of decor. My son’s room had a vintage vibe going on, but my daughter’s room is slightly more modern. Here was the style board for my son’s room. You can find all of the source links (or links to similar items) in my post, “Stuck Between a Nursery and a Big Kid Room!”
Both of these iron post cribs offer three different height variations depending on the age and mobility of the baby. The color of our crib is no longer available, but I actually prefer the brighter white. What I prefer even more is the price tag on the basically identical iron post crib from Wayfair! The Restoration Hardware Baby & Child crib costs $899 and that is without the mattress! We were lucky and got ours on sale, but it still was a big expense. I wish I had know about the Wayfair crib, because at $399, we would have save a few hundred dollars!
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