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56 1/2″W x 32″D x 45″H 

– Three-Stage Adjusting System
– Conversion Rail for Day Bed
– Bed Rails for Full Size Bed
– Conversion Instructions Included
– Rope Twist Trim

West Lake Conversion Crib

SKU: 4132

Brown Maple
Q.S. White Oak
  • 5% off entire order

    $500 - $2999
  • 8% off entire order

    $3000 - $4999
  • 10% off entire order

    $5000 - $7999
  • 13% off entire order

    $8000 - over
**Discounts do not apply to outdoor furniture.
***Discounts do not apply to shipping costs.

West Lake Conversion Crib

Kids grow up so fast. One minute you’re taking them home from the hospital, and the next minute you’re watching them take their first hesitant steps across the room. You need furniture that will grow with them, allowing you to save money and time by converting their bed to match whatever stage of life they’re in. You can do just that with our West Lake Conversion Crib in Oak.

Use our bed for your child from the moment they come home until the moment they eventually move out of the house. It can transform into three different forms:

  • Crib, for newborns and babies
  • Daybed, for the toddler years through early elementary
  • Full bed, for elementary, the teenage years and beyond

Our bed takes only a few simple steps to convert, and you can customize it by ordering in oak, white oak, cherry or maple. Pick from more than a dozen stain options as well to give your Conversion Crib a color to match the rest of the décor in the nursery.

Like all our furniture, our West Lake Conversion Crib in Oak is made by Amish artisans, who craft furniture in the traditional way, using methods they’ve learned from generations before them. They employ the finest materials, giving you an end product that’s attractive and durable. That’s especially important for a bed that can age nearly two decades with your child.

We offer up to 33 percent off every day, and our monthly specials posted on our homepage give you further discounts. Get in touch with today to buy one of our West Lake Conversion Crib in Oak today.