Nursery WorksNovella Crib

$1,200.00

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color : Stained Ash/Ivory

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A timeless modern crib made with high-end craftsmanship.

Description


The gorgeous Novella crib from Nursery Works combines timeless modern style with high-end craftsmanship and versatile functionality.

This is a piece that grows with your baby, moving from crib to toddler bed, day bed and finally a “reading nook”—a new twist on the convertible crib that looks like a mini mid-century sofa.

The Novella is a visual standout with its unusual slat design and three-tone finish: a natural wood frame, painted slats and brass trim. The mix of materials gives the crib a warm and inviting feel.

Beyond its looks, the Novella is also durable; it’s crafted from solid ash with bridle joinery and brass plated steel legs, all strong enough to hold up to plenty of use and multiple kids.

Convert the crib to a toddler bed with a partial rail on one side (kit included), and then to a daybed with one side open. Later, you can use it as a child’s sofa (cushions sold separately).

Specs


  • 55” x 30” x 35.2”
  • 75 lbs
  • Converts to a reading nook (cushions sold separately)
  • Converts to a daybed and toddler bed (rails included)
  • Solid ash wood frame and slats with bridle joints, ash-veneered MDF, birch plywood
  • Kiln-dried wood helps prevent warping, splitting, cracking and developing mildew
  • Solid steel feet with brass plating
  • Hand-finished
  • Child-safe, water-based paint
  • Mattress platform adjusts to 3 different heights
  • Rigorously tested to meet or exceed all required and voluntary safety standards enacted by the US Product Safety Commission, the American Society of Testing Manufacturers and the Canadian Cribs and Cradles Regulations
  • Dust using a clean, soft, dry cloth.
  • Blot spills immediately, and wipe with a clean, damp cloth
  • Made in Michigan

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