9 best cribs for baby

With the due date approaching, it’s never too early to start thinking about buying the crib that will house, protect, and comfort baby for the next few years. But with all of the choices on the market, how are you to decide which one? We’re here to help. Any one of these nine cribs are sure to complete the cozy cuteness that is your baby’s room.

nine cribs arranged in a square

1) DaVinci Kalani Mini Crib test

Finding a crib that’s comfortable, convertible, and trendy can be difficult, but people love the DaVinci Kalani Mini-crib. It’s stylish and fits in a small space, which is great for homes or apartments where extra room is hard to come by. It even folds into a twin bed when he or she is ready, giving your baby years of serenity.

“This crib is very sturdy and has a very good looking finish.” – Lucky Tiger

2) DaVinci Jenny Lind 3-in-1 Convertible Crib

This Jenny Lind original has been re-engineered for safety and convenience to help baby stay safe and sound through this night. Made of sturdy wood, it’s easy to assemble in only about ten minutes. Cribs don’t get much better than this on comfort and quality.

“It has a vintage/classic look that I love!” – ren1e

3) Delta Childrens Products Canton 4 in 1 Convertible Crib

This Canton 4-in-1 Crib from Delta Children comes with a sleigh-style headboard and curved legs and converts to a toddler bed, daybed, and full-size bed. JPMA-certified, it’s the perfect combination of stylish and safe. Plus it comes in three cherry wood variations that all look great and feel strong.

“The crib looks beautiful and is very sturdy.” – geologist crys

4) babyletto Hudson 3-in-1 Convertible Crib with Toddler Rail

The mid-century modern appeal is clear in this Hudson convertible crib, with all-spindle sides that let you see baby from all angles, with adjustable mattress settings to keep baby as cozy as possible. It converts to a toddler bed with a rail, and is built from sustainable New Zealand pine wood.

“Its easy to assemble, it took my husband and I about an hour to put it all together.” – Michelle

5) Graco Lauren Classic Crib

Simple yet elegant in style, parents have endorsed this classic crib for years. It converts to three different height adjustments for your growing baby, and transitions to a toddler bed once your child has reached that age.

“It took about 45 minutes for two of us to put together, pretty easy.” – Sara Bonert

6) DaVinci Kalani 4-in-1 Convertible Crib with Toddler Rail

Quite possibly the most durable crib around, there’s a reason the Kalani is one of the most sought-after cribs on the market today. Made from New Zealand pine wood, the Kalani is safe, sturdy, and stylish enough for even the pickiest parent.

“It looks just like the picture and the color is beautiful (we got espresso).” – Denise Downey

7) Oeuf Sparrow Crib

Baby might not have a great eye for style yet, but if you do, this Sparrow crib is expertly built in Europe from solid birch, with easy assembly and safety like none other. Though it’s pricier than other cribs, this is a case where you get what you pay for.

“I would recommend this crib to anyone looking for a very safe, modern and non-toxic crib.” – Buffy

8) Stork Craft Monza I Fixed Side Convertible Crib

This throwback crib has curves in all the right places, perfect for easy access to your baby. Non-toxic and durable as they come, this crib will grow with your baby all the way through childhood as it converts to a full-size bed when the time is right. It’s easy to assemble and comes in six different finishes to match your home’s decor.

“I love this. It’s beautiful and very very sturdy and well made.” – Amy Boydston

9) Stork Craft Tuscany 4-in-1 Stages Crib

With its whimsical sleigh design, this crib will keep magical dreams in baby’s head. Sturdily designed for the long-run, this crib converts from crib, to toddler bed, to daybed, to full-size bed in a snap. It also comes in six colors, letting it fit in with your existing furniture and personal style.

“Beautiful color, very sturdy and really great quality.” – Amber Kadlic

This article was originally shared on http://www.ovuline.com/guide/10503/best-cribs-for-baby

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