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Room to Grow

How to create a nursery that’s not all babyish? Set the tone with a crib, but make sure that once the bambino graduates from his or her little cage, you’re left with a put-together space that neither you nor your offspring will outgrow.

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Slickster Crib With the option of getting one or both sides made of non-toxic clear acrylic, the walnut Roh crib by Spot on Square guarantees your whippersnapper an early front-row seat to life ($1,590 for one acrylic side; $1,990 for both).  Toddler bed conversion will be available soon. At Grow, 1943 W. Division St., 773-489-0009, grow-kids.com


Hardy Hide One-of-a-kind cowhide rugs are durable and easy to maintain and will trigger dreams in which deer and antelope roam ($399). At Room & Board, 55 E. Ohio St., 312-222-0970, roomandboard.com


Twenty-inch Parsons table
Groovy Chair Every kid’s room needs a chair, and the Hatfield powder-coated steel rocker in Grellow ($199) is sized for parents, too. At CB2, 800 W. North Ave., 312-787-8329, cb2.com


Lime Light The simple lines of the Wrench table lamp ensure that it will transition easily from story time to homework time ($319). At BoConcept, 1901 N. Clybourn Ave., 773-388-2900, boconcept.com


Smart Storage The modular Stuva system allows you to create just the right arrangement to suit your child’s size and needs ($290 as shown).  At Ikea, 1800 E. McConnor Pkwy., Schaumburg, 847-969-9700, ikea.com



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