Baby Cribs. Saturday , November 04th , 2017 - 07:19:48 AM
This particular type of round baby crib is produced in the Southeastern part of the United States which is constructed by native hardwoods. It has a two-position mattress support, two-hand latch release front bar, front wheels lock for security, tapered legs which are secured by mortise and tenon joints. It also has a canopy ring which is made up of aluminum tubing for maximum strength to display drapes and canopies.
A convertible crib that changes as baby grows is one option that you might want to consider. When baby first comes home from the hospital, the crib is ready for him/her, with the sides up, providing a secure sleeping place. When baby gets older, and is ready to get into and out of bed by him/herself, one side converts to a partial railing that is only a few inches high. Before you know it, your baby is no longer a toddler, but a young child, and the convertible crib is ready for that transition. One side of the crib can be completely removed, letting the crib look like a daybed. Whenever you and your child are ready, the other side can be removed, leaving you with a bed that will last for several years. It has no railings and a gracefully curved headboard and footboard.
With a hardwood construction, this crib has a beautiful design and will add a touch of class to many nurseries, with the gorgeous fluted post design it is stylish and has plenty of substance too.
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