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One of the most significant purchases you will make for your baby is that of a baby crib. With so many different types of baby cribs available, how do you choose the right crib for your baby?  To make it easier for you, we've created a brief guide to finding the crib that best fits your needs.  

1 Convertible
Options

2 Size &
Portability

3 Safety standards

4 Construction
Materials

THE DAVINCI GUIDE TO

CHOOSING YOUR CRIB

1. CONVERTIBILITY

This allows for longevity as your baby grows. Conversion kits may be sold seperately:

ADJUSTABLE MATTRESS HEIGHT: Most cribs offer betweek 2 and 4 levels, DaVinci standard cribs have 4 heights. As your child is able to pull him or herself to a standing position, you need to lower the mattress to reduce risk of climbing out.

2. SIZE & PORTABILITY

Consider a full-size, mini, or combo crib to best fit your available space and lifestyle



PORTABLE

Removable wheels or casters with locking mechanisms provide room-to-room mobility and stability

MINI

Perfect for smaller nurseries. Some mini cribs offer additional features of full-size cribs, such as conversion to twin bed

CRIB AND CHANGER COMBO

Typically incorporates a baby changing table or dresser to give you two essential nursery pieces in one. Conversion kits may be sold seperately

3. SAFETY STANDARDS

Check the certifications on your crib:

GREENGUARD Gold: certification for healthy indoor air quality

CPSC: Consumer Products Safety Commission

ASTM: American Society for Testing and Materials

4. MATERIALS MATTER

A majority of cribs on the market are made of soft woods, hardwoods, or engineered woords. DaVinci uses sustainable New Zealand Pine. As always, ensure crib materials are sturdy and meets safety standards