Why you should invest in a convertible crib
Nothing costs too much when it comes to our babies. We want it all, the perfect little crib, coordinating furniture and accessories for the nursery and so on. But babies tend to outgrow them all so fast and it’s always a wrench when it’s time to give everything away. But convertible cribs can be salvaged and used creatively. Take a look at some ideas to get the best out of your convertible crib:
A solid wood baby crib in a convertible model can be used as a daybed when your baby outgrows it. It can be used as a regular bed for your toddler or as a daybed for his afternoon naps. It can even be used as an extra bed when your child has friends visiting or staying over.
A wooden crib from the Sorelle Tuscany collection like the 4 in 1 model is a solid and durable piece. It can give you years of service, right from being a crib to a day bed and then to a full size bed. When you have space constraints in your nursery or apartment, a convertible crib makes for a versatile piece of furniture. You can buy toddler and adult rails separately.
Convertible cribs come with changing table drawers to keep baby’s things organized. With just a few steps like removing the side rails, you can easily change the crib into a daybed. The drawers can later be used to store other things like toys or books. I’ve even seen a young family make a neat little seating arrangement in their living room out of the convertible crib. It can also be used as a compact day bed in a home office.
An elegant crib like the Delta Bentley 4 in 1 crib transforms from a crib to a toddler bed. Then just as easily, it can efficiently change into a day bed to an adult bed complete with headboard and footboard. It’s made out of sturdy wood with safe and soft rounded edges. It’s available in a deep chocolate glossy finish or whites that coordinate well with any décor.