One of the simplest pleasures in life as a parent is seeing your little angel sleep peaceful in their cribs. So of course you want the best crib for your toddler, a crib with quality and durability. There are literally hundreds of cribs available in the market with dozens of brands, manufacturers and features attached to it. Since it’s quite impossible to screen the cribs one by one, we’ll suggest a couple from the best cribs reviews by The Wirecutter.
The IKEA Sundvik is the ideal option for those on a budget, its features a modern style that’s available in grayish brown, black and white. Hardwood which is typically known to be stronger compared to pine. Compared to many other quality cribs, the Sundvik costs a lot less and hence has some disadvantages; it doesn’t come with a toddler rail but you can purchase one separately, the height of the mattress is limited to two options and it does not contain a full-size bed conversion.
DaVinci Jenny Lind 3-in-1 Convertible Crib
Distinctive designs are offered by the DaVinci Jenny Lind with its retro wheels and spindle posts which makes it all that easier to mover around or pull away from nearby falls and furniture during cleaning; not a lot of cribs are installed with wheels. Many users have stated the relative ease of converting the crib into a toddler bed; there’s even a wide array of choices for the colors, more than what can be seen at other cribs. Usually, cribs only come in white or wood tones with a bit of gray here and there. Jenny Lind is available in emerald green, red, navy, lagoon blue, coral, black, white and gray. Jenny Lind is Greenguard Gold Certified for their minimal VOC emissions.