By Karyn Bates. Nursery Decor. Published at Monday, October 23rd, 2017 - 08:13:21 AM.
Whether the family is of the view that a child must have his or her own separate room or whether they feel that co-sleeping is a better bet, a babys crib should be one that is attractive, affordable and above all, safe. If it is to be part of the parents bedroom, the crib should ideally match the Amish bedroom furniture that is in the room. The fact that a baby crib can be a considerable investment, it makes sense to invest in something that will last a child for many years to come, without the child outgrowing it, or without the item falling apart due to constant or rough use. This is where the Amish baby furniture such as the convertible Amish baby cribs come in.
The Davenport and Millbury collections are available in four finishes, Colonial White, Antique Chestnut, Heritage Cherry and Espresso. The collections includes 4 case pieces, an Armoire, a 5 drawer Dresser, a Combo (long dresser with cabinet) and a Hutch. Included toddler rail easily converts the crib into a toddler or day bed, and full size rails can be purchased to convert your beautiful lifetime baby crib into a full sized bed! A lifetime crib is a wise investment that will allow you to keep your quality furniture through the school years.
Basset Furniture has been in business for over 100 years. From its base in Virginia it has been synonymous with nursery furniture, making cribs, bassinets, and cradles for the American public. Whilst other companies have looked abroad for both the manufacture and design of baby cribs, Bassett remains very much an American based company drawing inspiration from the history and designs found in America. Bassett crib furniture may draw inspiration from the past but it is made using the latest technology and meets and surpasses current safety regulations. All cribs by Bassett have a Juvenile Product Manufacturers Association (JPMA) certification. They are built to last using only hardwood and the best veneers.
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