Choosing your Bellini Crib

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One of the most important elements in designing your nursery is choosing  the crib.  At Bellini we have designed several different types of cribs to fit your needs and wants. Bellini has been designing and manufacturing our exclusive collection of cribs for close to three decades. We prioritize your child’s safety and never compromise on quality. To ensure this, all of our cribs are certified by the Juvenile Product Manufacturer’s Association (JPMA). In order to bear this certificate we must meet and exceed every guideline and government regulation that is currently enforced.  All of our cribs are designed to grow with your child, they either convert to a toddler bed or a full size bed with head and/or foot boards.

Our Isabella crib is one of our classic cribs with clean lines, storage drawer and will coordinate with any of our Bellini furniture collections.  It looks gorgeous in all finishes and only converts to a toddler bed.  If you are looking to a crib that converts to a full size bed we have the Alex crib.

With the subtle curved lines and using the crib’s headboard, it will be a fantastic children’s bed.  As always, the Alex crib coordinate beautifully with any of our furniture collections and is available in all of the finishes we offer.

Our newest addition and best seller the Debby crib! It features beautiful appliqués and traditional spindle rails and is available in white, antique white, espresso and mahogany finishes. The Debby crib can transition into a toddler bed and then a full sized bed using both the cribs headboard and foot board.




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