DaVinci Kalani Convertible Crib in Espresso

DaVinci Kalani Convertible Crib in Espresso

davinci kalani convertible crib

The DaVinci Kalani Convertible crib in Espresso is DaVinci at its best. With first class engineering, the Kalani Convertible Crib gives you a lifetime of style. In a few simple conversions, your crib becomes a toddler bed or a daybed. With wooden bed rails, it becomes a full-sized bed! It’s Cool. It’s Kalani.

Features: Metal mattresss support that can be adjusted to 4 levels to adjust to your growing baby Toddler guard rail kit included to easily convert crib to toddler bed for extended use Footboard and headboard included to convert to full size (full size rails M4799 sold separately) Stationary side crib with no moving parts Lead and phthalate safe.


  • Features 4 level mattress spring system to adjust to your child’s growth
  • Toddler rail included, assembly instructions included
  • Made of New Zealand Pine wood from sustainable forests
  • JPMA certified 1 year warranty
  • Meets and exceeds Federal Safety Regulations
  • Non-toxic finish
  • Converts to full size bed with m4799 rails sold seperately
  • Product Dimensions: 42″H x 35″W x 54.375″D
  •  Assembled Weight: 56.5 lbs
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Question by kuhrbaby: What types of cribs can baby stay in until ready for toddler bed?
We looked at cribs for the first time today and I am left with tons of questions, as you can imagine. My main one right now is(I’m sure there will be many more)…. Is there a specific type of crib that allows baby to remain in the crib until they reach the ability to sleep in a toddler bed or do they all have this quality? How do you know if they have this quality, because this is what we are looking for.

Answer by 3 Kids!!Going Crazy!!
All cribs. Unless you are confusing a bassinet or playpen as a crib? NE who there are also cribs that can convert into a toddler bed.

Proud Mommy @ 11:05 pm

You just need to look for a “Convertible Crib”.. most new cribs are convertible so you shouldn’t have a problem finding one. Good luck!

Karen @ 12:01 am

If you’re looking to keep your child in there for an extended period of time, I’d make sure that the crib has the ability to raise and lower the mattress. Ours goes up really high for when they’re llittle, then drops really low so that a young toddler can’t climb out. I’d say those would be the only requirements.

Rachael @ 12:01 am

Any standard crib built to JPMA standards can sleep a baby until well into the second year. A toddler bed uses the same mattress as a crib, so your best bet is to get a convertible crib that you can use until your little one is three or four. It saves you having to go out and buy a new bed that you’re only going to use for a year or two. I would also get a bassinet for the first few months, since you’ll probably want the baby nearby when you’re sleeping.

Proud Parents @ 12:46 am

I just had my first baby 2 months ago i had the same question you need a convertible crib it goes from a crib to a toddler bed

Comments on DaVinci Kalani Convertible Crib in Espresso

M Campos Barker @ 9:18 pm

69 of 70 people found the following review helpful:

5.0 out of 5 stars
all the features in one crib

I was on the fence about spending $600 on a solid crib or this one. I finally decided on this one because as it turned out, the expensive Sorelle also used cam-locks on most of their cribs. So that was the deal breaker. The Kalani is sturdy despite the few cam-locks. Grandpa had no problem with the assembly and finished within an hour. This is for my 3rd child as I converted the old one already. Features that were hard to find in one crib but offered in this one:

1. rich cherry finish that complements other cherry furniture in the baby’s room.

2. heavy and sturdy

3. 4 height settings. Perfect for a shorty like me to easily set down a sleepy baby. most cribs only offer 3 settings that are either too far apart or does not make much of a difference.

4. mattress springs. i don’t like slats or MDF panel to support my bouncing baby boy. slats are a pain to adjust and MDP could slip and slide around.

5. toddler rail is included, which saves a hundred bucks.

6. converts to a head and footboard sleigh bed.

Nothing for the crib. But I would not spend $$ on the furniture accessories from DaVinci. $400 bucks for baby size dressers? MDF and cheaply made? I would recommend going to a furniture store and purchase a real dresser for less or at least comparable that will outlast the crib stage. I have Broyhill dresser, chest, and nightstand for his room that matches the crib and I know will last after he’s done with the crib (off to college and converted back to a guest room).

Another recommendation:
corner changing table in cherry. I don’t recall the brand but the color match is great and can be used as a credenza once potty trained. fits nicely in a corner, does not take up much space. I don’t like the DaVinci changing table as it looks silly to use it as anything else with that immovable side rail.

Crib bumper: PBkids- super thick and ‘cushiony’ or RHbabyandchild- cover removes for easy washing.

I’ll post a photo once all the decor is up. So, good luck and congrats on the new baby!

Strolen @ 10:02 pm

61 of 66 people found the following review helpful:

3.0 out of 5 stars
Solid crib with horrible finish

First the good. The crib is beautiful and it’s very sturdy. The wood is great and I do love it. It is a little difficult for me because I’m short and the front doesn’t go down, but I also like it for the same reason. There are no moveable parts to pinch little fingers. I like how the whole crib doesn’t move when my daughter jumps up and down.

But, the finish is terrible. It scratches extreamly easily and there are teeth marks all up and down the rails. I scratched it on accident with just my fingernail. We are going to have to refinish it when my daughter is older.

IT SuperFreak @ 10:25 pm

24 of 24 people found the following review helpful:

5.0 out of 5 stars
Exquisite Build and Finish!!,

This is a great product. It is built from very high quality pine, and is extremely sturdy. Assembly was straight-forward and the hardware included is excellent quality as well. Our baby moves around quite a bit during sleep, and this crib does not move one bit! As a result, she sleeps very soundly at night. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!