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Amish conversion cribs are a fantastic investment for new parents

by Tom Grimes

When furnishing a nursery, the most important item purchased may be the crib. Given the amount of time newborns spend in the piece, it's imperative that the crib be of the highest quality. Shabbily constructed furniture can splinter, wobble and even fall apart, creating a dangerous environment for the baby.

Parents looking for a beautiful yet durable, sturdily constructed crib may want to invest in Amish furniture. Crafted from solid wood, the heirloom-quality pieces are built with a skilled attention to detail, and boast a timeless aesthetic that will blend with any nursery's decor.

Those hesitant to spend a great deal of money on a piece of Amish furniture that their child will outgrow in a few years can opt for a conversion crib. This versatile item transforms from a crib to a toddler bed, and when the child is ready for a "big kid's bed," the frame turns into a full-size double bed. Parents will be delighted that just one piece can last from the day their newborn arrives to the moment that he or she heads off to college.

To help ensure children's safety, the wood is finished with a cadmium-free, led-free and chrome-free protective coating. And, thanks to Amish furniture's durability and timelessness, parents can store the crib once their children are grown, and it can be passed down as an heirloom once they have babies of their own.ADNFCR-3308-ID-19868711-ADNFCR



12/7/2016 3:10:54 PM