When her majesty needs a bit of shut-eye, she can retire to the kid-sized comfort of the Princess Crown Toddler Bed by Delta Children. This bed is a great way to transition from a crib to a big-kid's bed. The kid-sized design is low to the ground and bordered by two toddler rails that keep safely in bed while they sleep. The body is crafted from a mix of solid hardwood and engineered woods with a painted finish. Engraved details on the headboard and footboard give it a bit of texture while the metallic gold crown reminds everyone who's the boss. This bed is designed for use with a standard-sized crib mattress.
A note about wood composite or engineered wood: Often referred to as MDF, which stands for medium-density fiberboard, this type of wood composite is made of compressed wood fibers and has several benefits, including affordability, consistency, and resistance to warping or rotting over time.
Starting with the birth of his son Sam in 1947, first-time parent Louis Shamie founded Delta Children's Products as a way to help provide other new families with high-quality essentials for them and their children. When his first grandchild was born in 1984, Mr. Shamie took his efforts one step further, and in a single day was able to receive a patent for a crib design that could be assembled without hooks, screws or tools. From that day forward, Louis dedicated his company to creating quality pieces of furniture that gave parents the safety the needed with the design and affordability that they deserved. Today, Delta Children's Products is led by Louis's sons, Sam and Joseph Shamie.