Thursday, October 10, 2013

Best Eco-friendly Non-toxic Cribs | Atlantic Furniture



There are two places your baby spends vast amounts of time.  In your arms, and sleeping in their crib.  You know your arms are safe, and of course you do what you can to make everything else your baby comes into contact with is safe, but it can be expensive and confusing.  It would be a perfect world if we could all afford the safest organic everything, but when it comes time to splurge on the big things, non toxic cribs are a great option.

When my husband and I got married, one of the two things we splurged on was a really great mattress because we knew we'd be spending 8 hours every night sleeping in it.  I feel the same way about baby mattresses and cribs.  Here at Thanks Mama, we have a great selection of Eco friendly and Non Toxic Cribs for a variety of price points.  They are also all on sale right now!


Atlantic Furniture's Richmond Convertible Crib fits the tighter budgets, but doesn't scrimp on features (above).  This crib converts to a toddler, daybed, and even a full sized bed, so your investment goes a long way.  It's also made of Rubberwood, which are cut down at the end of their life-cycle and are replaced with new seedlings.

It's also got great style that is timeless, classic, and will grow with your child.  And with three different finishes, you're sure to find one that works with your decor.


In the middle price range is the stylish Columbia Convertible Crib (above). This convertible crib is also made by Atlantic furniture, so it boasts the same eco-friendly rubberwood, ability to transition with your baby, and super functional style.


The top of the line crib from Atlantic Furniture is their aptly named Versailles Convertible Crib (above and below).  Once again featuring the same great perks as the other Atlantic Furniture Cribs, the Versailles crib is extremely elegant and will finish off any nursery in style.

So while you may find it impossible to splurge on all of the "best" products available for your baby, consider spending a little extra to purchase a safe crib.  After all, babies sleep anywhere from 12 to 14 hours a day.  Plus, if your babe is anything like mine, the crib will be a teething toy before you know it, and if you don't get a rail guard on before they spend their first nap-time gnawing on the wood, at least you can feel the peace of mind that comes with knowing you put your baby to sleep in a non-toxic bed.

It won't remove the teeth marks, but we'll try to look on the bright side.  After all, sometimes that's what parenting is, isn't it?  The little victories.

Safe sleeping!










No comments:

Post a Comment

Sharing is Caring!