|Emily 4-in-1 Convertible Crib||42" H x 54 - 54.625" W x 34 - 34.5" D||79 lbs|
|Emily 3 Drawer Changer Dresser||41" H x 36.5" W x 22.63" D||76 lbs|
Questions & Answers
“Hi! I'd like to know if the DaVinci Emily 4-in-1 Convertible Crib comes with a mattress? ” asked by Hayden
“I see the conversion to day bed rail is included but I do not see the toddler bed conversion kit included. Is the day bed and toddler bed the same thing? ” asked by Michelle
“Hi, what is the distance between the slats? ” asked by Andy
“Hi, what size of mattress does this crib require?” asked by Jessica
“Hi, can I add a changing table and bed rails for this crib when needed?” asked by Zack
“Hi, does this set include the dresser?” asked by Jen
DaVinci Emily 4-in-1 Convertible Crib
Erin from Olympia, WA– Verified Buyer
I was sold on the convertible feature of this crib. I hope our little darling doesn't destroy it with teething, etc. prior to using it as a toddler or full size bed. It looks fantastic. Very easy to put together. Feels very sturdy. It is so much less expensive than the other lesser quality models that we looked at in other stores. We are delighted with our purchase. Am suggesting it to all my friends who are expecting.
Good piece of furniture!
Yolanda from Chesterfield, VA– Verified Buyer
We got this changing table/dresser in the black color which is super sleek looking and classy to match the rest of our nursery furniture. I like that later on this can still be used as a small dresser where the changing pad can be removed and used to sit items on etc even though it will still have the bars on the edge etc unless removed.....
Shannon from Jacksonville, FL– Verified Buyer
This changer/dresser is exactly what I was hoping for when I ordered. It's classic looking, very sturdy, and practical. Also, I can't say enough about my transaction and customer service with Wayfair. I had trouble with the website glitching when I was trying to place my order, so I called and spoke to a representative, who was very caring and helpful. I will be buying from them again and again.
Fit the need
Mollie from Missouri City, TX– Verified Buyer
Wanted an inexpensive crib for our 3rd child (older kids cribs all drop side and recalled). Worked great, and have now converted to a day bed, with side rail, which has been great to transition to a real bed. Only downside is that the finish is not great, so if you have a scratcher or biter, it will start to come off.
Carolina Overstreet from Huffman, TX– Verified Buyer
We purchased this changing table for the twins we are expecting early next year. I was actually able to put this together by myself (I'm 6 months pregnant) and the instructions were great. We purchased a different brand cherry finish dresser and this changing table goes really well with it. The only thing I wish was included are covers for the screw holes along both sides of the changing table. Even though the screws are sunken in, it takes away from the overall look of the changing table. Although we haven't gotten a chance to use it yet, this piece is beautiful and we can't wait until our babies arrive so we can put it to good use.
Gorgeous, versatile, and sturdy!!
bosco29 from St. Louis, MO
Gorgeous, well painted (bright white), sturdy! I have loved this crib since the day we put it together! We've had it for a little over 3 years now.
RE: Recommended Crib
Mrs. R from PA
I had spent a week researching cribs for our first born this April, 2008. I finally came across this crib and really felt it looked like the best quality and couldn't beat the free shipping costs and price. I read reviews on the other sites: the wood chips easy and it takes a long time to put together but was well worth the price. The wood is pine wood and does scratch but is definitely the nicest crib for the price. The largest negative was the ammount of time it took to assemble, which was over three hours with an electric screw driver/drill. We got the extra return protection policy, which is the same cost if not less to ship from any other site. The crib was short one screw and Wayfair is sending us a new screw immediately. The crib also comes with a toddler rail, we bought the extra headboard and footboard conversion rails, so we have them in case the crib/bed ever goes obsolete. I am happy that we bought this crib it is a great value, quality wood and looks amazing. It was well worth the time to get a crib that looks the way it did when it was finished being assembled!!
Nice and sturdy
Kelly from Brighton, CO– Verified Buyer
The crib is amazing in this set. The dresser/changing table is mediocre. The drawers close pretty loud and it doesn't feel as secure and sturdy but it does the job. I still love both pieces in the set
Emily from Burlington, NC– Verified Buyer
Love the look of the crib. It is made very nicely, My husband found that few hardware pieces needed to be replaced while he was putting the crib together. Thankfully customer service has a quick way to request and ship these parts.
Great so far!
Anifan from St. Louis, MO
I shopped online for cribs for a long time before deciding on this one. My choices were somewhat limited, as I knew I wanted a 4-in-1 convertible crib in espresso. Because this crib had no user reviews, I was hesitant to purchase, but the price was reasonable and from the pictures, it seemed to be what I was looking for, so I went ahead and took a chance. Now have it assembled, and I am pleased so far! Baby is not due until a few months down the road, which will be the REAL test, but for now, I can give the following info about it:The color is an espresso, but it is not the darkest color out there -- just a slight hint of a cherry in there as well -- but it is a nice color nevertheless and will still match with a dresser I've purchased, which IS darker in color. Once assembled, the crib appears VERY sturdy and the wood/construction seems to be of good quality. Also, the paint does not seem to chip off, as with some of the other brands of cribs I did manage to see in stores. The downside, at least for us, was the assembly. Now, the entire process was not a problem and mostly went pretty quick and according to the instruction. The one hold-up was when you have to screw something in diagonal (most are straight, so when you get to this point, it's like the 2nd or 3rd step, you'll know what I'm talking about). The screws go into a "peanut" type thing(forget what they're actually called) , but if the pre-drilled holes are too deep, the screw will end up just hitting the top half of the hole on the "peanut" and strip it. So, first, as for all of the time when you're putting in the screws, be sure that you are holding the peanut in place with a screwdriver so that the hole does not move around (works best w/2 people). Another solution we did when the pre-drilled hole was too deep was to fill it with a few bits of scrap paper to make it sit higher. And don't worry -- if you strip a few of these "peanuts" (maybe they are called bolt-carriers?), you can buy extras at [...]or probably any other hardware store -- as the crib does not come with extra hardware. Other than that assembly difficulty, I have no complaints so far. [...] So at this point (and I have not tried it with an infant or tried to convert to a toddler bed, etc.) I would definitely recommend!