Acrylic Baby Furniture

Vetro Crib and Vetro Changer

Now here’s something you don’t see every day. While searching around for some unique and interesting nursery furniture, I came across this company The MDB Family and one of their brands, Nurseryworks. All about modern or contemporary design, Nurseryworks creates innovative furnishings for design-savvy parents and their kids. Their line of baby cribs, chairs, and changers proves that nursery and children's furniture can connect to the rest of a stylish home.

Inspired by the love of acrylic furniture, Nurseryworks has a set of truly unique nursery pieces.

The Vetro crib is a lucite crib that has clear slatted front and back panels, solid ends and subtly curved edges. It’s perfect for those parents want to keep an eye on their peacefully sleeping baby. Crafted from non-toxic and recyclable lucite, this eco-friendly crib features a fixed side rail and 3-level mattress heights.

As a perfect companion piece to the Vetro Crib, the Vetro Changer features either a peek-a-boo door with acrylic cutouts with a shelf or all drawers. This modular design features a removable acrylic tray with compartments for changing supplies.

Finally, forget those old fashioned rockers and check out the Vetro Rocker. Its stunningly unique design is made of 100% recyclable acrylic and microsuede.

Now this is my kind of baby furniture. Sleek, stylish and modern. Love!


Vetro Crib


Vetro Crib


Vetro Rocker

Nurseryworks website



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