Let’s face it: Kids spend more time in their crib than anywhere else, so getting the right one will help them (and you!) sleep peacefully. But as with most baby necessities, the options are pretty endless.
Even if you know what look you’re going for, there’s still a lot to consider—from convertible models that grow with your kiddo to space-saving options with storage or an attached change table. To help you narrow down your choices, we’ve rounded up the best baby cribs in Canada, taking into account budget, functionality and, of course, style.
Still at a loss? Our crib buying guide has all the answers.
Dimensions (H x L x W): 41.42 x 55.91 x 29.61 inches
Assembled weight: 41 pounds
Colour options: Three
Comes with a mattress
No extra features or frills
Dimensions (H x L x W): 39 x 53 x 29 inches
Assembled weight: 35 pounds
Colour options: Six
Made with quality pinewood and non-toxic finishes
May be too tall for some parents
Dimensions (H x L x W): 44 x 54 x 32 inches
Assembled weight: 25 pounds
Colour options: White, espresso, dark grey
Solid quality and construction
Instructions can be hard to follow
Dimensions (H x L x W): 34.75 x 40 x 25.75 inches
Assembled weight: 30 pounds
Colour options: Two
Lightweight and easy to move
Baby will outgrow it sooner
Dimensions (H x L x W): 34 x 53.75 x 29.5 inches
Assembled weight: 54.9 pounds
Colour options: Natural, white, pebble grey
Stylish and lab-certified for high safety standards
Mattress is sold separately
Dimensions (H x L x W): 46 x 54 x 31 inches
Assembled weight: 46 pounds
Colour options: Four
Easy to fold for storage
A bit heavy
Dimensions (H x L x W): 38 x 53.2 (plus changer) x 29 inches
Assembled weight: 54 pounds
Colour options: Three
Shelves are handy for storage
Changing table doesn’t have a strap
With a few modifications, you can transform convertible cribs into different styles (depending on the model) such as a toddler bed, daybed or even full-size bed. It’s a good crib type to get if you plan to use it for one child over many years.
If you’re tight on space, a mini crib might be the way to go. While most standard cribs fit mattresses that are around 28 inches wide and 52 inches long, mini cribs often fit mattresses that are 24 inches wide and 38 inches long.
These cribs tend to be small, foldable, lightweight and may even have wheels. They make the most sense for parents who want to roll their crib from room to room or be able to transport it to grandma and grandpa’s house on occasion.
The clean lines and ability to transform into a full-size bed (complete with headboard and footboard) make the Graco Solano a convertible crib that is truly designed to last. Just think: This bed could even usher your baby all the way into their teens—talk about long-term value.
Bright, modern and budget-friendly, this convertible crib is a bargain hunter’s dream. Not only is this sleep space sturdy and attractive, but it also has four mattress levels and will grow with your child.
This crib is a piece of furniture with major long-term value—it’ll take your little one from baby to big kid with just a few adjustments. Plus, the stylish sleigh bed design is a classic that will look good with modern or traditional décor for easy styling over the next few years.
The compact footprint of this chic mini crib saves space if you’re decorating a small nursery or even looking for an alternative to a bassinet. It can be tucked right into most mid-sized bedrooms, so that baby can comfortably sleep nearby for the first little while. (Health Canada recommends room sharing with your baby for the first six months to reduce the risk of SIDS.)
Award-winning styling and a range of finish options make this crib a statement-making addition to any modern nursery. Plus, it converts to a toddler bed and day bed for the perfect pairing of style and function.
This portable crib is great for road trips or weekend visits at grandma’s house. (Or grandma could keep it at her house as a handy crib she can pull out when pint-sized guests visit!) When baby is ready to transition out of the travel crib, just fold it flat and store it until you need it again.
Make the most of a tight space with this dual-purpose crib and changing table. With two shelves underneath the changing pad for diapers, wipes and onesies, your baby essentials will be within arm’s reach. Best of all, the crib easily converts to a toddler bed when baby is ready for the next level. (Conversion kit sold separately.)
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