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Oberon Black Crib

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 from Cribs Furniture
Availability: In Stock
$599.99

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  • Description
    • Lay your little one in luxury for a long time with the sturdy and stylish Oberon crib. Subtle sloping curves and clean slats create a lovely look with a classic design. Comprised of wood solids and finished in a non-toxic black finish, it's oversized to help accommodate growth spurts. A four point positioning system goes up to 6.5," creating an easily adjustable mattress height. This crib is JPMA certified and it meets or exceeds all safety standards set by the CPSC and ASTM. Customer assembly required.

      • Customer assembly required.
      • Crib mattress and linens/accessories not included.

  • Dimensions
    • Crib
      58.2"L x 35"W x 48"H

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What's a Bunkie Board?


What is a bunkie board?

A bunkie board is the foundation for a bunk bed or a captain's bed mattress. It serves the same function as a boxspring on a standard bed. It is a platform that fits within the bed frame to support the mattress. Most bunk beds and captain's beds require bunkie boards to support the mattress.


If the bunkie board is required for the bed then why is it an optional purchase?

The bunkie board is optional because some customers may already own one from a previous bed. It is not necessary to purchase a new bunkie board with every new bed.


What about sleigh beds, poster beds or other bed styles?

These bed styles do not generally require the use of a bunkie board. If you are planning to add a trundle bed or under the bed storage drawers, you will need a bunkie board instead of a boxspring.

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