Baby Cribs. Friday , October 13th , 2017 - 07:00:47 AM
While there`s no such thing as an organic certification for furniture, there are cribs made according to the same kinds of philosophy that backs the organic food movement - no toxins, solid natural ingredients, and care for the earth in production. Solid wood baby cribs made with a minimum of environmental damage and featuring low VOC (volatile organic chemical) finishes are an important way to keep your child healthy, throughout his or her life. Plus, many of these cribs grow along with your child, converting first to a day bed, then to a full sized bed.
Another option is the round baby crib with spindles. This is a majestic type of crib which creates a royal haven for your little one. It has features such as a 5-inch firm foam mattress, two-position mattress support, wood support bar across the crib, wheels with locking casters and a two-hand latch release front bar. It has a metal canopy which is detachable. With this type of round baby crib, more room is created compared to that of a rectangular type of crib.
That makes the additional expense of this type of baby crib well worth it, and even minimizes its environmental impact. After all, every piece of furniture you don`t have to buy is a set of resources you don`t have to be responsible for using. In the long run, this kind of investment will save you money and reduce your environmental footprint. That, and the kind of quality craftsmanship that goes into these beds make them worth the cost.
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