It’s Leanna again,
Thank you for checking out my blog-a comprehensive and independent Nurseryworks Loom Crib review.
This crib review looks at all of the ESSENTIAL details you must consider when choosing a crib for your nursery. Let me assure you that the review is honest and unbiased, identifying both the positive and negative aspects of Nurseryworks loom crib.
Like most of my product reviews, I searched the internet to identify what exactly new parents were looking for when purchasing a crib. Based on what I learned, I chose to review Nurseryworks loom crib.
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SO WHAT EXACTLY ARE FAMILIES LOOKING FOR?
• There is a real surge in the marketplace for modern crib designs and it is definitely setting the tone for the modern nursery.
• Overwhelmingly, families are looking for simple, clean lines for the crib and designing the nursery around these aspects.
DOES NURSERYWORKS LOOM CRIB SET A MODERN TONE FOR THE NURSERY?
YES it does.
The details are simple and the lines are clean, which is what you would expect from a modern crib. With the loom crib you also get a sense of a classic design blending seamlessly with modern design.
Nurseryworks designers have placed the slats on the loom crib in a refreshing way. This visual interest creates a unique crib design with a sleek look that is really hot right now when designing the modern nursery.
One Nurseryworks loom crib review came from this couple:
“…as architects, what really appealed to us was the design of the crib. With typical crib designs, we dislike the rigidity of the repetitive vertical slats that seem to recall prison bars. What we loved with the loom crib is how the designers took the government required minimum spacing of the vertical slats and had some fun with it! Instead of equally spaced slats, they are varied to create visual interest.”
WHAT ABOUT SAFETY?
Creating a safe sleeping environment is the TOP priority for families.
For this Nurseryworks loom crib review I looked for:
- whether the toughest safety standards set out by the U.S. and Canada were being met
- how this modern crib’s saftety record stacked up against it’s competitors
- whether or not nurserywork’s loom crib is free of toxins/harsh chemicals
DOES NURSERYWORKS LOOM CRIB MEASURE UP IN SAFETY?
Nurseryworks Loom Crib has an excellent safety rating meeting all of the above criteria including the JPMA certification. It has also been rated #1 by Consumer Reports on the SAFEST CRIB LIST. Its eco-credentials are equally impressive and backed by a parent company that states; SAFETY IS OUR OBSESSION.
Nurseryworks Loom Crib has these specific eco-friendly features:
• Use of a sustainable wood (Paulownia) which is resistant to warping and cracking
• Formaldehyde and lead safe
• Use of low VOC finishes
• Vigorous testing for the elimination of any emissions and toxic materials.
• Hardware that is neatly hidden in design elements
ANY NEGATIVES ABOUT THE LOOM CRIB?
There are a couple of things:
While the crib will usually be one of the more expensive baby items that you will purchase, this price point will be beyond the scope of some nursery budgets.
Made in China:
The crib components are actually made in China and only assembled in America, creating concern that the tough safety standards present in Canada and the U.S. will not be adhered to in a country without these strict guidelines.
What is my final review of Nurseryworks loom crib?
In my opinion, there are 3 simple criteria to follow when choosing the right crib for your baby:
• Personal Preference
Nurseryworks safety record is impeccable. I would be very comfortable having my own children sleep in the loom crib.
The fact that the crib is made in China WOULD NOT affect my purchasing decision negatively.
Nurseryworks uses their OWN studio in China to build the crib components and have their own quality control teams on site. Once the components are delivered to the warehouses in Los Angeles and Atlanta, the loom crib is inspected again before the components are assembled.
This company is BIG on quality and on delivering SAFE products; the loom crib is no exception.
Does the loom crib break the budget?
When it comes to setting trends in nursery design, the Nurseryworks loom crib leads the pack.
At $699, this crib rivals more expensive, higher end cribs. In fact some of its competitors are DOUBLE the price of the loom crib, while not offering up anything more special.
Once you have determined your budget and are satisfied with the safety component, your crib purchase really comes down to personal preference.
If a modern crib is what you are looking for, this is an EXCELLENT CHOICE for setting the tone for a very special nursery. My opinion is… Nurseryworks loom crib is an EXCELLENT crib.
I hope you found this review helpful.
Best of luck in pregnancy… and beyond!