This crib is JPMA certified to meet or exceed all safety standards set by the CPSC & ASTM. We know chemicals have no place in your nursery, so we use a non-toxic multi-step painting process that is lead and phthalate safe. Made of sustainable New Zealand pine wood and TSCA compliant engineered wood
Adjustable Mattress Height
Three unique mattress height configurations to accommodate your growing baby
Start with the crib configuration, then transition to a toddler bed or daybed once they're ready to get in and out on their own. Finally, this crib converts to a full-size bed that can be used for years to come
A bell-shaped headboard, four slatted sides, and delicate carved detailing create a traditional, airy feel that perfectly serves as the centerpiece of your new nursery
This crib is made from plantation-raised Radiata Pine. This variety of pine is a dense, relatively hard wood, and one of the most common woods used in the infant furniture industry
Relaxed, refined, and infused with charm, the Independence 4-in-1 Crib conveys true American style. Built to grow with your baby from birth till adulthood, this crib provides a safe sleep space as your child grows. It features three adjustable mattress heights, plus it converts into a toddler bed, daybed and full size bed for additional versatility.
- This crib is GREENGUARD Gold Certified, meaning it meets or exceeds stringent chemical emissions standards
- Fits standard size crib mattress (sold separately)
- Toddler guardrail and full-size bed rails sold separately
- Expertly crafted by Delta Children, easy for you to assemble
|4.9" (width) x 37.7" (height) x 59.0" (depth)
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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