DaVinci Cribs

DaVinci cribs are a wise investment because of their classic designs, build quality, durability and functionality. Here are a few things that will help you choose which crib to buy.

Convertibles: A three-in-one convertible means that the crib converts to a toddler bed and a day bed. The same is true for four-in-one, with the addition of a full-size bed. Some cribs convert to and from a stationary crib to a rocking one. A four-level mattress means the height of the support is adjustable.

Weight limit: Toddler bed conversions support children up to 50 pounds, while cribs that convert to full-size beds can hold up to 500 pounds. You can stop using the cribs when the child begins to climb or reaches 35 inches in height.

Safety: DaVinci cribs are certified by the JPMA, which means that the cribs are lead, phthalate and formaldehyde free. The cribs use renewable wood sources.

Styles: Parker refers to designs with wide slats and rounded lines. Jaydens have curved backs and soft side rail arcs. Porters have a sleigh design and feet with carvings.