Hola, Ola! From Brooklyn-based Casa Kids comes the Ola! Collection. Defined by rounded corners and smooth edges, it's a collection of three pieces - crib (with bed conversion), armoire and dresser - using Lyptus hardwood, made from the fast-growing Eucalyptus tree.
Casa Kids founder, Roberto Gil, is a designer and architect born in Argentina, now living in Brooklyn. Keeping with his South American roots, the Ola! Collection is manufactured in Brazil (where the Lyptus hardwood is grown) and shipped flat to reduce both cost and energy consumption.
The Ola! Crib is adjustable to three heights and also converts to a toddler bed and then a twin bed. It starts at $980, but can last from infancy through the teen years.
The armoire ($900) stands 60" high and is equipped with four adjustable shelves and a hanging rod.
The four-drawer dresser ($940) accommodates a changing tray, sold separately ($220).
The Ola! Collection is available from Mini Jake.