This isn't the first time Babycotpod has given us a contemporary crib to ogle — its egg-like Cascara crib caused quite a stir last year. Would the Metro crib work in your nursery?
Jun 20 2011 Rockabye baby! Babycotpod, the futuristic baby crib design company, has introduced its latest entry to the world of modern nursery design. Resembling a cradle more than a crib, the Metro ($575) merges a wooden frame (available in light, dark, or white finishes) with a white swinging bed. Between the crib's wide slats, the company injects a rainbow of colors in the form of acrylic panels. Unlike traditional box-like baby cribs, the Metro features warm, curved slats to comfort newborns.