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    17 Of The Best Cribs You Can Get On Amazon

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    1. A basic wood convertible crib with three mattress positions you can lower it into as your baby figures out how to sit and stand so they can't climb out.


    This converts to a toddler bed, daybed, and full-size bed (daybed rail is included while the toddler guardrail and full-size metal bed frame are sold separately). It fits a standard size crib mattress.

    Promising review: "I LOVE LOVE LOVE this crib. It's so cute, I put it together by myself (pregnant) in under an hour. The directions are easy to follow, and the hardware is delivered in a way that makes the process a breeze. I am so excited for our little one to enjoy it as much as I am (already!)" β€”SarBear

    Price: $189.99 (available in white, brown, and gray)

    2. A five-in-one convertible crib that will last for years because it converts to a toddler bed, daybed, and eventually a full-sized bed.


    The full-sized bed frame and mattress are not included. It has a one-year limited manufacturer's warranty.

    Promising review: "I love this crib! I did a ton of research on different ones, and I'm so happy I went with this one. It's cute and made very well. I'm only 5'2" and was worried I would have a hard time putting my daughter down, but I've had zero issues. My daughter has been sleeping in our room, but in her crib she loves her own bed and own room. I would highly recommend it to anyone who wants an affordable convertible crib. I will definitely buy another one for my next baby." β€”Amazon Customer

    Price: $139.99+ (available in five colors)

    3. Or a convertible crib with a stationary rail design to keep your baby safe if they're a climber.


    All the tools are included for assembly. It has a weight limit of 40 pounds.

    Promising review: "I am very pleased with this crib for its function, quality, and cost. We had a 2-month-old baby who really needed a bigger bed than the pack-and-play bassinet attachment. I wanted a solid wood crib at a good price, and this is both. I assembled the bulk of it in our roomy kitchen and then brought the pieces into our narrow nursery to complete it. For the first few days, it did have a chemical odor, but that went away. Be careful when securing the bolts to not strip the shallow holes with the Allen wrench. I am very pleased with this crib, and I think it is beautiful." β€”T.J.

    Price: $118.99+ (available in nine colors)

    4. A splurge-worthy convertible crib made out of sustainable pine wood you can coordinate with the rest of your midcentury-modern nursery.


    This crib includes a toddler bed conversion kit.

    Promising review: "I love our crib. We were specifically looking for something with clean lines and a no-'headboard' style. We love the way the crib looks. It was relatively easy to put together and decently lightweight, enough to move around the room as needed. I am very happy that it comes with the toddler rail for when we are ready to transition him to the toddler bed. The quality seems to be great, and the look is exactly what we were hoping for." β€”KWeb

    Price: $379 (available in seven colors)

    5. A convertible crib you won't have any trouble putting together yourself (and that you'll feel so accomplished with when you're done).


    Promising review: "This is a fantastic crib, especially for the cost! The shipping was quick. I put it together by myself at five months pregnant, and it only took about an hour and a half. The instructions are clear. It came with all the necessary pieces, tools, and screws to assemble. It also comes with the toddler rail. Later on, when it's time to convert it to a full bed, you do have to purchase a full-size metal bed frame separately, but that's to be expected. Once together, the crib is very sturdy and heavy. Mine has absolutely no chemical-like smell to it. The paint is a beautiful color and seems high quality. It didn't get scratched or anything while I was assembling it." β€”Sean M. Galbreath

    Price: $195.58+ (available in five colors)

    6. A crib with clean lines that looks so sophisticated your baby will feel like they're a royal.


    This crib converts to a daybed and toddler bed and has four adjustable mattress levels.

    Promising review: "Don't let the price of this crib fool you into thinking it's junk, because it's not. This is a great basic crib and is nice and sturdy! The highest crib setting is perfect for tiny babies, and it goes down for when they sit up and start standing. I am very pleased with my purchase! Since all the sides are straight and not curved like some cribs, it sits flat against the wall and takes up less room. I haven't noticed any paint wearing off in the three months we've owned it (though my baby isn't teething yet), and it was incredibly easy to set up." β€”stewartt

    Price: $99+ (available in seven colors)

    7. Or an environmentally-friendly convertible crib free of over 10,000 chemicals and with a lower profile, so shorter parents should have no trouble getting their babies in and out.


    Promising review: "As a first-time mom with a husband in the military, I had a hard time finding a crib that could fulfill all of my needs. We never know when we will move, so it was very important to me that the crib I got could easily be taken apart and put together. Not only that, but with my husband being deployed for six to eight months at a time, I needed something that wasn't too heavy to move myself while still being very sturdy and safe. And I am only 5'1", so I needed to be able to comfortably reach into the crib (which is harder to find than you normal-sized people might think). I figured that to find all of those qualities in a convertible crib that looked nice, I would have to pay around $500. This crib met all of my expectations and is an incredible price. PLUS it was delivered early!" β€”Michelle Murillo

    Price: $179.90+ (available in seven colors)

    8. A Victorian-style crib that will be the focal point of the nursery with its unique upholstered ends. (Plus, your purchase helps support the company's environmental initiative.)


    This can convert to a toddler bed when you buy a toddler rail conversion kit.

    Promising review: "This bed is heavy. I had no idea it would be as substantial as it is. The finish is beautiful and matches my daughter's French provincial furniture perfectly. It took months to buy this crib because it does not stay in stock long. I am so happy I waited because it is perfect! I put this crib together by myself, and it took about an hour with the tools provided in the kit." β€”Amisha

    Price: $139.99 (available in black and white)

    9. A two-tone convertible crib with a drawer below so you can stuff it full of extra onesies and diapers to grab at a moment's notice.


    Promising review: "I bought this crib on sale. The drawer underneath is pretty useful because I can store extra sheets and swaddles there. It's modern, practical, and seriously a great price. We are big fans of Carter's, so I'm glad they are getting into furniture!" β€”new dad

    Price: $199 (available in grey and white, white, and gray)

    10. A wood crib and changer set you'll find so useful during those middle-of-the-night diaper changes because you won't have to go far at all.


    This crib converts to a daybed and then a twin-size bed. The changing table can also convert into a side table.

    Promising review: "I love this crib. The mattress has three levels of height adjustment to grow with your baby, and then it can be turned into a toddler bed. I love the attached changing table. It's very convenient and space saving. It fits a standard sized mattress. It was fairly easy to assemble, but it probably best with two people." β€”Shan B

    Price: $263.52 (available in black, brown, and cherry and just the crib or the crib + mattress)

    11. A colorful convertible crib for the parents who want to go against the grain and really match the crib to the theme of the room.


    Converts to a toddler bed and daybed and includes wheels for easy transportation.

    Promising review: "I'm in love with the style of this crib. It has loads of vintage charm and isn't as clunky as a lot of designs (that don't cost an arm and a leg). I assembled this myself at seven months pregnant, and it was pretty straightforward and easy. It's a solid study piece; all wood, no composite. Plus, unlike a lot of other cribs and some of the other colors offered, this crib in green came with the toddler rail included! It fits the tropical/jungle theme of our nursery." β€”Amazon Customer

    Price: $194.30+ (available in nine colors)

    12. A mini crib perfect for apartment living that rocks β€” like, it actually rocks back and forth to help soothe your baby to sleep.


    Includes a 1-inch waterproof pad and wheels, plus it has four adjustable mattress positions.

    Promising review: "We bought this crib for our daughter because we were living in a one-bedroom apartment and wanted a real crib. Although we cleared a section of our bedroom for the 'nursery,' we kept wheeling the crib everywhere in the apartment. It is sturdy enough to handle all that motion, and easy enough to adjust as necessary. Our daughter is 9 months old and is in the 75th percentile for height, and she still fits great." β€”Enelia V. Faithful

    Price: $119+ (available in four colors)

    13. A modern convertible crib with two tones and an eco-conscious design so parents can feel good about where their baby sleeps at night.


    The toddler bed conversion kit is included. It should be used until the child is 35 inches.

    Promising review: "My husband and I wanted a crib that was more modern than most and would stand out in our nursery. We couldn't be happier with our choice! This crib looks great and is working well for our son. It was very simple to assemble, too." β€”Amazon Customer

    Price: $399 (available in four colors)

    14. A colorful convertible crib that will really ~pop~ in the nursery.


    Promising review: "This crib is a great value for the price. My crib arrived in PERFECT condition and came on time. The assembly was quick and simple, though it takes some close concentration as the instructions are mostly by pictures. It went together perfectly, however, and seems very sturdy. Although it says assembly requires two people, I was able to do it by myself with a bit of creative improvising to balance the spring unit on a box while I secured the screws. I would definitely recommend this crib!" β€”Mary K.

    Price: $169+ (available in six colors)

    15. A small crib you can easily easily fold up and take with you when you visit the grandparents.


    This crib has 15 positions and folds flat.

    Promising review: "This was so easy to put together, even with my 14-month-old daughter 'helping' me. It is very sturdy and well-made. My daughter loved it and loved playing in it. She cried when I took her out. I don't know if she will sleep in it, but I'm hopeful! I love the super-safe stationary design. It looks cute and would be cute in a room, but we bought it to travel to my in-laws' house. I am glad I read other reviews and also ordered an additional mattress. I would definitely recommend upgrading to a nicer mattress. The one it has is so flimsy." β€”Emily in Colorado

    Price: $99+ (available in four colors)

    16. A convertible crib with both a drawer and attached changer, perfect for small rooms without a lot of storage.


    Promising review: "I would recommend this crib. Our nursery doesn't have a closet, so I'm desperate for storage and bought this crib for the built-in drawer. My husband assembled this while I wasn't home, and he said he had to take a few pieces off and reassemble them, but overall, the assembly took him about three hours. The drawer works well, and the crib itself seems to be in good shape (no nicks or dings). I can't wait for our little one to arrive so we can try it out!" β€”iggy

    Price: $195.27+ (available in five colors and the crib with drawer and crib and changer with drawer)

    17. And a convertible crib with a sophisticated curve that will give your nursery an edge.


    Not only does this crib convert to a toddler bed and a daybed, but it can also convert to a twin bed or a full bed, giving you the opportunity for ultimate customization.

    Promising review: "I was skeptical about what kind of quality I'd get from a $100 crib. Surprisingly, this crib is just as well made as the $400 one that my first baby had. It came packed well with easy to understand directions. I'm NOT good at putting anything together and usually leave the job to my fiancΓ©, but I had no problem at all assembling it by myself. It's very sturdy and looks beautiful. I'm very happy with this purchase." β€”Amazon Customer

    Price: $115.99+ (available in six colors)

    Now if only these cribs could guarantee you'll get some sleep!

    Poppy Productions

    Reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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