The Sorelle Vienna Crib and Changer



In the nursery it’s usually helpful to choose practical furniture, multi-functional pieces that help you save space and that are also more functional. One of those pieces is a crib such as the Sorelle Vienna Crib and Changer. This product is double effective as it’s both a crib for your baby and a changing table.

The Sorelle Vienna Crib and Changer

Moreover, this is a piece of furniture that will come in very handy even after your baby gets older. The piece features a simple and contemporary design and it comes in two finishes: espresso and white. A big plus about this product is that the crib can be converted into a toddler bed and even to a full-size bed. This means you won’t have to go shopping for a new bed as your kid gets older.

The item includes a mini rail for toddler bed conversion. It’s made of poplar hardwood and it’s very strong and durable. Moreover, the unit also contains three very functional drawers for storage. The changer can also be detached and used separately as a nightstand as the child grows older. The overall dimensions of the assembled piece are 72″ x 35″ x 43″. You can buy the Sorelle Vienna Crib and Changer for the special price of $499.99. Adult rails can be purchased separately if needed.


Published by in Kids, on November 4th, 2011

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