For many new parents, bringing home baby means sharing the master bedroom — at least for the first few weeks or months. Whether your decor style is Boho-glam, hip, modern, romantic, or traditional, we've found the best bassinets to bring into your room without sacrificing your style.
If your newborn came home from the hospital and went directly into a crib happily, you're one of the lucky — or brave — ones. For most new parents, it's not that easy to get your wee one into a big crib out of mama's sight line. For many, the perfect compromise between co-sleeping and a full-size crib in the nursery is a bassinet you can fit in your own bedroom for those first few (or, if you're like me, almost six) months of your baby's life. Last month, Stokke introduced the new sleek looking Bounce 'n' Sleep, which transitions from a bouncer to a bed, but the options don't stop there. If you want to keep your bedroom's cool factor up during your baby's short stay, pick up one of the following modern bassinets, sweet enough for baby and stylish enough for you.