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Atlantic Furniture Richmond Bedroom Series Richmond Convertible Crib Reviews


Atlantic Furniture Richmond Bedroom Series The Richmond Convertible Crib is a sturdy crib for your new addition. The ability to transition from a crib to toddler bed to daybed and finally a full size bed makes this a sound investment for you and your child. The adjustable height mattress makes a drop down side obsolete, and will make it easier to put down a sleeping infant. Economically this bed works too, just a purchase of the solid hardwood long rails conversion kit turns this bed into a solid platform bed that your teenager will love. Features: -Available in White, Natural Maple, or Antique Walnut finish. -Solid Eco - Friendly hardwood construction and metal spring frame mattress support for added durability and safety. -High mattress foundation, no drop down side. -All cribs meet and exceed U.S. safety standards. -Optional slats and rails are available for conversion to a full size bed. -Overall Dimensions: 40.25" H x 28.5" W x 55.75" D. This Crib is approved for use in the United States. Atlantic Furniture prides themselves on using eco-friendly hardwood, otherwise known as the Rubber Tree. Using these trees is economical and good for the Earth because: -After 30 years, a decline in latex production has made only tapping rubber trees for their sap uneconomic. -Trees are removed by hand and replaced with new seedlings. -In the past, felled rubber trees were either burnt on the spot or used as fuel for locomotive engines, brick firing or latex curing. The wood is now used in the manufacture of high-end furniture. It is valued for its dense grain, stability, attractive color and acceptance of different finishes. . -It is also prized as an “environmentally friendly” wood, since it makes use of trees that have been cut down at the end of their latex-producing life cycle and are always replaced with new seedlings. -This is a NON-Drop Side crib.

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