By Janna Nichols. Nursery Decorations. Published at Thursday, September 06th, 2018 - 20:05:22 PM.
Safety: This is probably a factor that is paramount to most parents when choosing baby furniture. Every parent wants to rest assured that furniture they choose for their child is made using only natural materials, and that the item is made using the kind of craftsmanship that makes it fully safe for a child to use. Also a parent wants to be sure that no toxic materials are used to make anything that is used by the baby, and this is most certainly true for Amish baby cribs. The kind of wood used, the kind of varnish or finishing used is always excellent quality and therefore completely safe for baby to use.
Babi Italia Cribs - Babi Italia cribs have been made in Italy for over 15 years. It has quite a large presence in America with both traditional and LifeStyle models being available. Babi Italia makes three types of crib. Theres a traditional styled, drop-side model, a 3-in-1 and a LifeStyle model. The 3-in-1 from Babi Italia converts from a crib to a toddler bed through to a day bed without re-assembly. The guard rail is sold separately. The LifeStyle bed from Babi Italia goes a stage further, as it will convert into a full size bed complete with headboard and footboard. The LifeStyle guard rail and bed rails are sold separately.
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.
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