DaVinci Classic Charlie 4-in-1 Convertible Crib - M12801G

Dimensions: 54.69L x 30.41W x 43.67H in.. Chilean pine wood and engineered wood. Finished in non-toxic, multi-step painting process. Choose from available finishes. Converts from crib to toddler bed, daybed, and full-size bed. 4 adjustable mattress positions. Arched headboard, carved molding, and slim feet. Hidden hardware construction. Meets ASTM and CPSC safety standards. Assembly required. A simple, classic design that walks the border between traditional and modafety standards. Assembly required. A simple, classic design that walks the border between traditional and modern allows the DaVinci Classic Charlie 4-in-1 Convertible Crib to blend with any nursery décor, and later on with new style choices your child makes for himself. This convertible piece can go from crib to toddler bed, to daybed, and finally to a full-sized bed (conversion kits for toddler bed and full bed sold separately). The crib features slatted sides for the security of your baby. The arched back piece transitions to the headboard when converted and features crown molding. The durable Chilean pine wood and CARB II compliant engineered wood are finished with a non-toxic, multi-step painting process in your choice of available colors. The crib can accommodate four mattress positions; keep the mattress (not included) at the highest level when you have a newborn and gradually lower as your baby grows. The hidden hardware construction conceals unsightly screws and bolts. Assembly is required. What is ASTM? Since 1898, The American Society for Testing and Materials International, or the ASTM, has been making efforts to improve product quality. Today, they have over 12,000 international standards that promote health and safety for consumers. Developing and implementing testing methods, classifications, and practices for a broad range of product categories, the ASTM supports companies worldwide that are dedicated to quality.What is CPSC? The Consumer Product Safety Commission, or the CPSC, is dedicated to carefully testing and sampling products for quality assurance. Efforts of this organization contribute to reducing fire, electrical, chemical, or mechanical hazards that put families and individuals at risk. A note about engineered wood: Often referred to as MDF, which stands for medium-density fiberboard, this type of wood composite is made of compressed wood fibers and has several benefits, including affordability, consistency, and resistance to warping or rotting over time. Color: Espresso/Rustic Pine/White/Grey/Cottage White. read more