babylettoHudson 3-in-1 Convertible Crib with Toddler Bed Conversion Kit



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Sleek, modern crib made with sustainable wood converts to a toddler bed and a daybed.

About this Product
  • Converts to a toddler bed or a daybed
  • Toddler bed conversion kit included
  • Made with sustainable New Zealand pine
  • Greenguard Gold certified
  • Hidden hardware


With clean lines and a modern palette, the Hudson 3-in-1 Convertible Crib will appeal to fans of the midcentury look. The rounded wooden spindles contrast with the simple rectilinear frame, with chunky legs that angle out below. Use the included conversion kit to transform the crib to a toddler bed and then a daybed as your baby grows.

New Zealand-based maker Babyletto is committed to environmental safety and sustainability; the Hudson Crib is made with eco-friendly, non-toxic materials backed with Greenguard Gold certification, which means it’s been screened for 360 VOCs and 10,000+ chemicals.


  • 53.625” x 29.625” x 34.875”
  • 54 lbs.
  • Takes a standard full-size crib mattress at least 51.625 x 27.25” and no more than 6” thick
  • Slat strength: 135 lbs.
  • Crib: Stop using when child begins to climb or reaches 35”
  • Toddler bed max. weight: 50 lbs.
  • GREENGUARD GOLD Certified: screened for 360 VOCs and 10,000+ chemicals
  • Toddler bed conversion kit included; day bed conversion kit available separately
  • Four adjustable mattress positions
  • Hidden hardware construction
  • Made with sustainable New Zealand pine
  • Lead and phthalate safe, non-toxic finish
  • Meets ASTM international and U.S. CPSC safety standards

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August 16, 2019

Do not buy. Save yourself the headache and just get a crib from ikea and tell them it cost you $380. Don't waste either your own or other peoples money with this crib. Avoid this all together. The person who designed this had to have flunked out of engineering school.

July 28, 2019

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May 17, 2019

The crib itself is not bad but the assembling instructions were very difficult. Nothing was labeled. The whole process was trial and error, thus I don't recommend this.

April 12, 2019

December 1, 2018

I don’t have another crib to compare to... but I like this one. It’s good looking and was fairly easy to put together. I had an issue with the assembly because one of the pieces had the wrong holes, but the company quickly replaced the part I needed. I haven’t turned it into a toddler bed yet, so can’t speak to that. It would be nice if you could lower the front rail.