Westwood's high-end juvenile furniture collection includes an armoire, a chest, a nightstand, a dressing combo and a hutch (all purchased separately), along with a matching convertible crib. The Westwood Convertible Crib serves as a crib, daybed and toddler bed with included parts, and as a full-size bed with additional bed rails (*Est. $150). Reviewers say it's an ideal, moderately priced choice for parents who want a coordinated bedroom suite, and Westwood receives excellent reviews for quality and customer service. The Westwood crib has a very traditional look. If you want something a bit more modern, reviewers like the Stokke Sleepi (*Est. $800), which converts to a toddler bed, but is even more expensive.
For reviews of the Westwood Convertible baby crib, as well as cribs in general, we consulted the popular book "Baby Bargains." The authors' website also includes some parent comments.
1. Baby Bargains
Authors Denise and Alan Fields don't conduct any independent testing on baby cribs, but they do give top brand recommendations based on product evaluation, user feedback and manufacturer history. Westwood cribs are discussed.
Review: Crib Brand Ratings, Denise and Alan Fields, Seventh edition
A forum on the "Baby Bargains" website includes parent comments on cribs, including a handful for the Westwood Convertible Crib. All owners say the crib is beautiful, but all had trouble with delivery -- their order arrived late, all the parts weren't included or parts were damaged.
Review: Baby Bargains Book/Parent Product Reviews!, Contributors to WindsorPeak.com