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Stork Craft Storkcraft Hillcrest Convertible Crib

Item# 268-SRK200-3-AF | Model# 04520-039 | Added on March 17, 2014 |
Stork Craft Storkcraft Hillcrest Convertible Crib
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Dimensions: 30.75W x 54.5D x 34H in.4-in-1 crib converts to toddler bed daybed and full size bedSturdily made of solid wood and wood productsMeets and/or exceeds North American safety standards; JPMA certifiedChoice of rich durable non-toxic finishesEasy to assemble with permanently attached instructions. Stylish contemporary and functional the Storkcraft Hillcrest Convertible Crib is a charming addition to any upscale nursery. Designed to be at home in most settings this handsome crib will also impress you with its versatility. The infant crib easily changes to a toddler bed a daybed for your child and eventually into a full-size bed for your teen just by adding full-size bed rails (sold separately). All four sides of this crib are stationary for maximum security while the adjustable three-position mattress support base makes sure your little one sleeps comfortably through every stage of infancy. Constructed of solid wood and wood products this crib in available in a selection of non-toxic durable finishes to complement any interior. The Hillcrest crib is JPMA certified and meets and/or exceeds North American safety standards. Additional Features: Crib converts into a toddler bed (optional Storkcraft Toddler Guardrail sold separately for 04520-03_-FT models only) daybed and full size bed (Storkcraft Full-Size Crib Conversion Kit – Metal Bed Frame sold separately). Look for 04520-03_-FT on the box or instruction booklet. All 4 sides are stationary to add to the security and ... read more
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