Becoming a mom is an exciting time and comes with many choices. From paint color to furniture, it can be hard to know what you’ll need. When it comes to cribs, we’ve got you covered. The most versatile option is the crib/changing table combo. It is the definition of convience. Moms love this option because location is everything. Go straight from crib to changing station in one second. Most come with storage drawers so all your supplies are within reach! The beauty of these combos is they grow with your child. Convert your crib and changing table to a toddler bed and nightstand. But which one to choose? Here are four crib combos that will fit your budget and your style.
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Stork Craft Portofino 4-in-1 Fixed Side Convertible Crib and Changer
This crib combo is style and function all-in-one. With thick lines and rounded edges, this combo is solid and chic. Included is a vinyl change pad, however the pad is flimsy and finding a replacement is difficult. Most change pads are 30 inches long while this one measures 28 inches. Save on space with this changer because the station runs along the crib and not length-wise along the wall. Very convenient for small rooms. This crib comes together in no time. It comes with simple instructions that are easy to follow. At under $350, it’s worth the price.
Dream On Me 2 in 1 Full Size Crib and Changing Table Combo
This is a perfect option for the mom on a budget. It has a thin wood design that is unexpectedly sturdy. Coming in at around $150, the value will exceed your expectations. This crib will convert into a toddler day bed, however it does not come with a side rail. The open air shelving as opposed to closed drawers makes this crib unique. It does come with a thick changing pad and a large changing space. It is bigger than it seems so make sure you measure your room before final purchase. Easy to assemble and a great value for the price.
Stork Craft Bradford 4 in 1 Fixed Side Convertible Crib Changer
Another one from Stork Craft. This crib combo covers the financial middle ground at under $300. It converts fully through all stages, from crib to full bed. It is made from quality materials and solid wood pieces. However, assembly can be a bit tricky and the instructions can be hard to follow. The drawers are deep and a good size for all the supplies you need. It also comes with three shelves towards the back on the side that can either be handy or hidden. One thing to mention is the changing table is quite small at 26.5”x16” and the changing pad is hard to replace.
Athena Kimberly 3 in 1 Crib and Changer with Toddler Rail
This is our priciest option at around $400. Go green with this crib combo made from sustainable pine wood. The wood is soft so make sure to assemble it in the same room as it’s going to be used in, as scratches have happened. The design is stylish and safe with thick wood pieces. Despite the price, it does not come with a changing pad and the change area is small. When it comes to assembly, the instructions are clear but putting it together can be a challenge. Overall, the appearance of the crib is beautiful but the function may not be worth it for some.