A round baby crib review is pertinent if you are unsure of what choices you have for a new baby. There seems to be unlimited choices for crib types from classic styles to traditional styles. But the one style that is becoming more and more popular is the round style.
One reason for this is that they have a smaller footprint than rectangular cribs. They are much more compact and much less bulky. So if you need to fit your crib in a small nursery or a corner of your own bedroom, circular cribs are a good choice.
Another advantage is that circular cribs do not need to be placed against a wall like rectangular cribs. They can be placed in a corner or in the center of the room which may not work for traditional cribs. They also fit nicely in a room shared by siblings.
Traditional cribs can be risky because of sharp corners. This is overcome to some extent by using bumpers. Circular cribs have no corners and are, therefore, less risky. They also overcome the risk of a baby becoming stuck in a corner.
Here are some examples of cribs that you might want to check out further: