Stefanie Schroeder. Baby Cribs. November 03rd , 2017.
An organic baby crib might be expensive, but it`s worth it for your child, and this kind of craftsmanship ensures that it`ll last for many years.
The Price of Iron Baby Cribs. Price may be a limiting factor if you want to consider iron baby cribs. Material costs are higher and the life span of the crib tends to be longer when dealing with iron cribs. For these reasons, most are very expensive. If you are buying baby furniture on a tight budget, you may want to reconsider hardwood options. These are just as stable and secure as iron baby cribs, but come at a far lower price. If you are still set on iron cribs, then get your pocketbook ready. A cheap iron model costs about $500 or more. Some parents spend upwards of $1,000 for more extravagant iron baby cribs. All that elegance and durability costs money.
A convertible crib that changes as baby grows is one option that you might want to consider. When baby first comes home from the hospital, the crib is ready for him/her, with the sides up, providing a secure sleeping place. When baby gets older, and is ready to get into and out of bed by him/herself, one side converts to a partial railing that is only a few inches high. Before you know it, your baby is no longer a toddler, but a young child, and the convertible crib is ready for that transition. One side of the crib can be completely removed, letting the crib look like a daybed. Whenever you and your child are ready, the other side can be removed, leaving you with a bed that will last for several years. It has no railings and a gracefully curved headboard and footboard.
Why Look at Organic Baby Cribs? We all want the best for our children, but many people don`t stop and think about whether the products they`re using for their children really are the best. Babies are extremely sensitive to chemicals in their environments - much more than adults - and exposure to toxins can cause real problems later on. The problem is that the bedding, clothing, and commercial furniture you buy isn`t necessarily free of these toxins. If you want to be sure that you`re doing the best for your child, investing in a high quality, well made, "organic" baby crib could be the right option for you.
While there`s no such thing as an organic certification for furniture, there are cribs made according to the same kinds of philosophy that backs the organic food movement - no toxins, solid natural ingredients, and care for the earth in production. Solid wood baby cribs made with a minimum of environmental damage and featuring low VOC (volatile organic chemical) finishes are an important way to keep your child healthy, throughout his or her life. Plus, many of these cribs grow along with your child, converting first to a day bed, then to a full sized bed.
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