Baby Furniture to Grow With
Posted by Maria on 8/6/2013
Bonavita Metro Lifestyle Crib in Chocolate
For the parents who want to give their new baby a bedroom that will continue to grow as the child grows, Bonavita furniture collections offer a superior choice.

Rated as a Consumers Digest Best Buy, this furniture is built to last. The traditional design guarantees a long lasting sturdiness. The flexible collections are not only designed to grow with the child into adulthood, but can also be used in other areas of the home.

As distinguished as it is adaptable, the Peyton Collection has a contemporary look that blends well with a traditional ambiance. With its clean lines, straightforward styling and effortless good looks, this collection can be the pride and joy of any nursery.

The infant crib is designed to convert from a crib, to a toddler bed, to a day bed, to a full size adult bed. The guard rail, bed rails, and mattress are sold separately and a box spring is not necessary. The dual front leg design guarantees that the adjustable bed is sturdy and does not wobble. Because of these innovations, the furniture fits every stage of a child's development.

Each collection is distinctive in the use of solid hardwoods and wood veneers. These products have deftly applied finishes that are developed solely for Bonavita and are all heavy metal and lead-free.

Quality and craftsmanship is the hallmark of the collection. Before the finishing process, each piece of furniture is hand-sanded and includes niceties like dovetailed drawer assembly and waterproofing. The bottoms of the drawer pieces includes dust covers to prevent dust from entering into the drawers, keeping personal items clean and dust free. All of the new collections have ball bearing glides to make them easy to use and sturdy as well as cross bars on the large drawers for extra support.
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