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Stokke Home Crib - Raised

Stokke Home Crib

by Stokke
Price: $699.00

This beautiful lightweight crib makes the perfect focal point for any nursery. The functionality is unbeatable, as it can convert from a crib, to a toddler bed, and later as a playhouse or sofa.

Price: $699.00

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    54" x 64.5" x 29.5"
    Solid European Beech wood Medium-density fiberwood
    77 lbs



Made from gorgeous solid beech, this crib is one of a kind with its shape and versatility. It can maneuver to fit the needs of infants all the way well into childhood. Maximum circulation is provided, as well as movable and removable pieces to fit the needs of any babe.

Why Parents Love The Stokke Home Crib

  • Very versatile piece of furniture
  • Clean look
  • Room for child to grow
  • Space efficient

Why Children Love The Stokke Home Crib

  • Fun home shape
  • Changes from crib to bed
  • After outgrown, can still function as sofa

What’s included

  • Stokke Home Crib
  • Stokke Home Bed


  • Made from durable solid beech wood and formaldehyde-reduced MDF (medium-density fiberboard)
  • Functional from birth up to about 5 years
  • Height adjustable mattress bottom
  • Removable side panel
  • Unique house shape
  • Rods in the side panels and slots in the mattress base provide maximum air circulation.

Material and Care

  • Solid European Beech wood MDF (Bed end panels)
  • Wipe with a clean damp cloth and remove excess water with a dry cloth. Moisture will crack stain
  • The use of any detergent or microfiber cloth is not recommended
  • Colors may change if the wood is exposed to the sun

Weight Capacity

  • Birth to about 5 years

Dimensions and Product Weight

  • 54" Length x 64.5" Height x 29.5" Width
  • 77 lbs (2 boxes)

Available Accessories

  • Stokke Home Crib Tent
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