Published at Wednesday, November 29th, 2017 - 12:40:21 PM. . By Bobbi Kerr.
Annie crib - has a subtle echo of a sleigh crib but with a more open and airy slat design. A very beautiful feature is the bowed, solid wood slats on the headboard and footboard. There are four finishes available; white, antique white, coffee and natural. Vanessa crib - this looks more like a traditional sleigh bed than does the Annie. Its styling is that of a substantial, solid wood headboard and footboard, both of which are slightly curved and feature inlaid molding. Finished in either: antique white, white, coffee or mahogany.
They will last for a long, long time: Amish baby cribs are not the sort of thing that a baby outgrows in a hurry. This is because many of them have been designed to be convertible. The size of the crib is expandable so that it grows along with your baby. Many cribs are designed in a way that it begins by being a small crib, and then expands into a fair sized bed! So an Amish baby crib is an expense that you make now, which will last you for a long time. And so durable and well made are these baby beds that they may well be used by the babies of your babies!
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