Many parents don't mind putting the bulk of their design budget towards the newborn's crib — the most important item in a nursery. In recent days, some crib makers and their retailers  have decided to stop manufacturing and selling the popular drop-side versions leaving many customers wondering if their current crib is a hazard.
In an effort to keep customers hazard free and to prevent further recalls, Babies R Us will no longer stock and shelve the drop-side style, but encourage consumers to buy either a fold down design or version with fixed rails. With so many cute options on the market, it's hard to pick a favorite!
Da Vinci Kalani
Parents who like a sleigh look will love the Da Vinci Kalani  crib at the right price of $310.
The posh Ducduc Dylan  crib is an eye pleaser, but heavy on the wallet at $1995.
Q Collection Junior Cielo
Simple and rich, the Q Collection Junior Cielo Crib  ($1180) will work well in dark themed nurseries.
Parents looking for a bargain will go with the basic IKEA Gulliver  crib that will only cost them one Benjamin at $100.
Add some flair to the room with the $129 IKEA Hermelin .
Simple yet elegant, the Netto Loft Crib  ($954) is a piece of eye candy that has two useful drawers on the bottom.
The motherload of modern swanky cribs, the Nurseryworks Studio Crib  has a hefty price tag at $2,100 but includes a changing table and storage space.
Pottery Barn Skylar
Sweet and modern, the $699 Pottery Barn Skylar Crib  combines white and chocolate for a decorative color scheme.
Pottery Barn Darcy
For a sophisticated setting the Pottery Barn Darcy  ($999) crib adds maturity to the room.
Urban babies may prefer the Oeuf Sparrow  crib at $690.
One of the original modern nursery staples, the Oeuf Crib  ($890) is a tried and true favorite in many baby boutiques.