The Aerial Crib by Nurseryworks is inspired by mid-century designs from California and Scandinavia, and smartly designed to convert to a toddler's bed. This baby's crib with decorative end panels comes with adjustable options that make it just as practical as it is charming and safe.
Aerial Crib Dimensions: 60.75"W x 41"H x 30.25"D
Fits Mattress Size: 52"L x 27.5"W
Crib Rail Height: 39.25"H
- Create your own design combination
- Dark or Light Pine Rails
- Choose Circle, Diamond, Solid or Square patterns
- Three point adjustable mattress height
- Easily converts to toddler daybed with guardrails
Due to individual monitor settings, actual color may vary
Nurseryworks' mission is to provide clean, simple, handcrafted contemporary furnishings made with environmentally friendly materials and manufacturing processes.
Nurseryworks uses renewable materials, specifically of which is Paulownia wood, a fast-growing, richly grained, light-weight and fire-and-decay-resistant hardwood species that takes stains beautifully without warping, splitting, or cracking. With its deep root network and unusual physiology, the Paulownia wood helps reclaim ecologically stressed land relatively quickly by upgrading the organic content of degraded soils.
Tested to government standards on a quarterly basis, Nurseryworks products are certified by the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association and are air chamber tested to examine and eliminate toxic materials. Making sure that the products are not emitting dangerous toxins is Nurseryworks' concern, thereby guaranteeing that the products are safe for your little one. All Nurseryworks products uses low VOC finish, lacquers, glues, and formaldehyde-free dyes!
Self Service Truck Delivery:
A freight carrier delivers this item. We call this delivery 'Self Service' because you'll need to move the package off of the truck yourself. You don't have to be alone, you may want a friend or family member to help you.
Some freight carriers offer their own services.. Once we send you your tracking info, you can call the carrier directly to get more info. You'll need to pay the freight carrier directly though.