January 6, 2012

Oops Crib: There It Is.

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It's been a while since we had a good ol'-fashioned custom crib gawkin' around here. So say hello to the Oops Crib, from Savanna-based eco-craftspeople at Structured Green.

Structured Green specializes in furniture and architectural fixtures made from their own special blend of FSC hardwood and reclaimed lumber, built up into what they call a "drop detail," and which you might call, "sustainable deluxe cutting board."

Named, just as you suspected, after an unintended pregnancy, the Oops Crib features plyboo fixed sides and cypress, walnut & white oak end panels. It probably weighs a ton, but when you're spending $2400+ for the crib, you might as well pay the extra bills for someone else's white gloved hands to move it around for you.

And while you're at it, ask them how much it'd cost to countersink those bolts.

Oops Crib, from $2,450 at selected retailers [structuredgreen]

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