Built with sustainably sourced solid pine wood. Designed with rounded spindle, turned-out foot, and open silhouette. Able to convert from crib to toddler bed and daybed. Comes with toddler bed conversion kit. Made with non-toxic materials and free of lead or phthalate.
More pricey than other options.
Can be used as a crib, toddler bed, daybed, or full-size bed. Durably made with non-toxic, wooden materials. Has 3 adjustable settings for the mattress. Has a simple design, and comes in several choices for easily fitting into different nursery décor styles.
The pieces needed to convert the crib into the other bed sizes are sold separately.
Frame is solid wood with layered moldings. Cushion is made with vinyl material and has tufted details throughout. Various color choices for both the frame finish and the upholstery. Has the ability to convert to a toddler bed, daybed, twin, or full size.
Conversion parts are not included.
Has a built-in drawer underneath the crib for helpful storage. Changing station has raised edges for safety and 2 spacious shelves. Available in several finishes made with non-toxic materials. Other features include 3 mattress height settings and the ability to convert size and shape.
Paint isn’t very durable and tends to chip.
Converts to toddler bed, daybed, and full-size bed. Designed with material that accommodates teething children. Built with a sturdy frame. Matching changing table with storage shelf.
May take a long time to assemble.
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Cribs provide your child with a safe night's sleep. Modern cribs no longer look like little wooden jail cells, they are sleek and chic, eco-friendly pieces of furniture that add a wow factor to the look of your nursery. Safety is the primary concern, so when purchasing a modern crib, always buy new and look for a JPMA-certified unit that has stationary sides – drop-side cribs are no longer considered safe. Your modern crib should have no dangerous detail work, such as scrolls, and it should be free of hazards like splinters and chipping paint. Look for a model with an adjustable mattress height. Take time to assemble your crib properly and regularly inspect it to be sure that all fasteners are tight.