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Natart Cambridge Classic Convertible Wood Crib in Nutmeg Reviews


This traditional unisex collection boasts a handsome curved top and robust kick plate, and consists of both solid wood and wood veneers. With a selection of four cribs, there is a style to suit all tastes and space requirements. From the traditional Cambridge crib (with drawer), to either of the Crib to Twin or Crib to Double convertible cribs, you are sure to find what you are looking for. The Joshua collection can easily be dressed up or down to match any decor, and is sure to always remain a comfortable and durable choice for your childs room. Features: Comes with Rails 2 Tops for single bed Converts into a Day Bed Storage drawer included Solid wood frames Crafted of solid beech "Hidden" hardware Adjustable mattress height: Reinforced mattress springs with three adjustable heights Made in Italy with safe varnish and high quality Assembly required Meets US and Canadian safety standard Specifications: Overall dimensions: 52H x 33D x 57W inches Weight: 100 lbs. About Natart Natart Furniture is a small family owned adult furniture manufacturer that debuted in Rome, Italy in 1988. In 1995, they moved to Quebec, Canada in order expand their structure and to better serve the growing North American demand for high-end furniture. Subsequently, in 2001, a juvenile division was launched under the brand name of Natart Juvenile. Today, Natart Furniture has 3 distinct brands: Aldi Natart and Tulip. Natart manufactures and imports high-end juvenile furniture and other products. Natart is dedicated to manufacturing a product that is of high quality and design. In fact, the quality of Natart's furniture is so extensive that it may surpasses your expectations. Safety Natart attests to it's consumers that all of their cribs either meet or exceed voluntary and mandatory crib standards promulgated by the ASTM (American Society for Testing Materials), the CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission), the CPSIA (Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008), the U

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