Remember Max’s room, in Where the Wild Things Are? No boat-shaped bed, no circus tent dresser. A simple bed and a simple table. And remember what grew in Max’s room? His imagination. If childhood is the time when imaginations are the most fertile, shouldn’t the furniture of a child’s room provide a canvas on which to project dreams, rather than a poorly imagined adult interpretation of “whimsy?” Because anything they come up with will be so much better than our attempts to be “fun,” perhaps the best possible way to furnish their rooms is with simple, beautiful pieces that don’t get in the way of their dreams. The warm wood tones and matte white of the Oeuf Rhea crib combine beautifully to fit any decor. Made from sustainably sourced wood, and finished with non-toxic, water-born coatings & paint, this crib promotes a healthy sleep environment. The conversion kit (sold separately) turns it into a daybed-style toddler bed.