Assembly & Conversions

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Assembly & Conversions

You may browse our Instruction Manual page to find the assembly instructions for your product.

Still need help? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

Our 2-in-1 convertible cribs convert from a crib to a toddler bed.

Our 3-in-1 convertible cribs convert to a toddler bed and daybed.

A conversion kit may need to be purchased separately to complete twin bed conversions as specified. You can shop our extended conversion kits here.

Generally, the highest level is for newborns. Once your baby can roll over, sit up, or push up onto their hands and knees, the mattress support should be lowered. The higher levels make it easier to take your infant out of the crib, but they're dangerous when your child is able to pull themselves to a standing position.

The mattress support's level should be lowered as your baby grows. It should always be set to a level where they cannot climb out. By the time your child is able to pull to a standing position, the support should be at its lowest setting.

Once your child begins to climb or reaches 35" in height, we recommend that you cease using the crib or convert it to a toddler bed.

If the spring frame keeps tilting down when weight is placed in the sides/corners of the crib, it's likely that the spring frame is incorrectly installed.

In a correct installation, the bolts on the spring frame's arms should be higher than the frame's platform – i.e. the frame should be hanging from the arms, not sitting on top of them.

Your child's safety is our top priority. Screw covers can become loose and fall within baby's reach. We consider this to be a serious choking hazard, and so screw covers are not included with any of our products.

"Flat side up" means as shown in this picture. Note that the spring hooks are facing down.