A timeless crib with practical features that allows your baby to sleep safely until it's time for a "real" bed. As the baby grows, you can actually move the bottom down and remove one of the long sides.
The bed base can be placed at two different heights.
One crib side can be removed when the child is big enough to climb into/out of the crib.
Your baby will sleep both safely and comfortably as the durable materials in the crib base have been tested to ensure they give their body the support it needs.
The crib base is well ventilated for good air circulation which gives your child a pleasant sleeping climate.
IKEA of Sweden
Conversion kit included.
We recommend you complete the crib with an IKEA mattress.
Product is possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.
For your child's safety, use a 27½x52" crib mattress with our cribs.Do not leave anything in the crib or place the crib close to anything that could provide a foothold.It is important not to screw in hooks or handles onto the cot or place it near ropes, belts, curtains or anything else that can present a suffocation or strangulation hazard.Complies with US standard 16 CFR 1219.
Perfect cribJulieGreat crib! Very simple yet very practical!5
Perfect crib for Grandma's houseCameronPerfect crib for Grandma's house5
Great crib!LisaI love how this crib is so unobtrusive. It fits perfect in the little nook in our bedroom.5
Wanted a simple white cribGrayson C.Wanted a simple white crib for our nursery, perfect piece!5
Very sturdyDEJANIRAGreat value. Beautiful. Will buy again for newest grand baby.5
Grandson’s cribConstanceI bought this crib for when our grandson visits. It is the same one he uses at home.
The crib was very easy to assemble and seems very sturdy.5
Classic crib with slim profileMkfan1Followed several parent websites and got these for a room that needed two cribs. Love the classic profile and slightly slimmer overall dimensions compared to other styles. Assembly was straightforward.5
Great purchase!Meg000This crib exceeded my expectations. I registered for it because it was the look I hoped for at a fraction of the cost compared to other cribs like it that I’d seen. It was easy to put together, easy to convert to a toddler bed, and comes with everything you need for both. And I love that we’re able to turn it back into a crib if we have another kid. It’s also great quality! I’m over twice the weight limit and it’s done just fine on nights I’ve had to lay down with my son to get him to sleep. Very happy with this gift!5
Great cribKJoFEasy assembly, looks great, great product.5
Great crib, great value, just one thingHpviolinI love this crib, it's very minimalist and sleek. The only thing I don't like (and this is for all ikea models) is that the crib is to low, to close to the floor. So, I have to bend over a lot to be able to lay down my baby, and if he wakes up several times in the night, this kills my back pretty bad. Other than that, amazing product.4
3 of our kids used it and then it brokeAllamomof3Bought this when our oldest was 11 months, now the third baby is 13 month and it broke because some 8 year olds decided to jump in it when we were too busy with the birthday party for our oldest.3
Great sizejackie12eI bought this crib for my in-laws house so my son can spend the night. He's at that awkward stage where he's outgrown a pack and play but too young to sleep in a bed. (He's 14 months and wears a 2T.) When my other kids went through this phase we just stayed home but we just couldn't skip Easter this year. So...this crib was perfect. It has a small profile so it doesn't take up a whole room. It is secure and keeps my little one safe. I wish I had bought this crib for my nursery. Instead I bought a huge statement piece kind of crib and it takes up way too much room for the same sleeping space.5
The right size.BeesKnees397I wanted a full sized crib that would fit through a standard doorway. Depending on who is visiting at the same time, we may need to move the crib to different rooms. This works out perfectly.5
FriableSadianaribFall apart in 7 days. Extremely flimsy material.1
Simple, functional, practicalJason3Can't recommend this crib enough. Simple to put together, affordable, looks great. There's pieces of baby furniture that we splurged on, but for us this crib just worked perfectly. We haven't had the chance to convert it to a toddler bed yet, but we were happy to see the conversion kid came with it, so the crib will be able to grow with our little one for a few years.5
DodoooGood one .. affordable high quality5
8 years, 2 kids, 3 moves and still going strong!MAmommaWe bought this crib in the summer of 2010 when I was pregnant with our first. We lived in NYC and all the fancy moms were buying $1,000 cribs like the Oeuf - or whatever it was called. We saw this one and loved how clean and simple it looked and how sturdy it was despite the low price. The option to lower the mattress and convert to a toddler bed was a plus when we made the decision to buy it and came in extremely handy with both kids. We've since moved several times and have lowered and raised the mattress and are now converting to a toddler bed yet again. Both kids were/are big and long kids and stayed in this bed for a long time. The white color is wonderfully neutral and fit into the decor for either gender. An additional plus is that it does not seem to have any off gassing, like other cheap furniture has. I've seen nearly identical cribs that cost about ten times as much as this one and you simply can't tell the difference. Some Ikea furniture can be a bit flimsy in parts (like the bottoms of the drawers on the Hemnes products, which drive me batty), but that is not the case here. We chose the organic latex mattress to go with this. I can't recommend this crib highly enough. It is literally one of the best buys out there when it comes to the long list of things you need to acquire for your kids.5
Awesome CribElizabeth_3We bought this crib over 8 years ago. It lasted through 3 kids, from birth through about age 3. Aside from a few scuffs, it looks just like it did when we first bought it, despite 3 moves and going back and forth from crib to toddler bed. I loved it because I am only 5'4, and I could easily lay my sleeping baby in the bed, even at the lowest setting. I loved the low profile. I would recommend this crib to anyone!5
2.5 years old and still going strong.grandma64We've owned this crib for 2.5 years. It gets daily use here at Grandma's house. We've had the side off for nearly a year because the grandson is an escape artist. That makes the crib a little less sturdy ... however. It's been taken apart and put back together 3 times (moved rooms ) slid across the floor, picked up by the corner, jumped on (by the toddler and the dog), and most recently a fat grandma (200 lbs) had to lay down next to a sick toddler to keep him calm. (This was carefully done, but still; didn't break and I was there for 2 hours.) It still looks great. My only complaint was how long it took me to remove the sticker on the inside of the rail (use peanut butter and a magic eraser sponge). Seriously. We have a lot of ikea furniture and this crib is WELL worth the money. Did I mention it still looks great?5
Perfect Crib for Grandma's HouseAlocI put this crib together with the assistance of my 8 and 10-year-old granddaughters. It was an easy task. It is the perfect crib for our home when the new grandson comes for a visit. Mom and dad do not have to bring a portable crib which I find heavy and cumbersome to unfold and set up.5
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