Bloom’s Alma Max Crib Features Newborn To School-Age Convertibility

by , 10/06/12

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We loved the Alma Urban Mini Crib from Bloom for its space-saving appeal, but sometimes, you want a crib that works past the toddler years, which is where the new Bloom extra large Alma Max crib comes in. The awesome Alma Max starts out as an ideal sleeping space during the baby years, but later can be converted into a toddler bed for kids up to five years of age. The crib features the same sleek modern lines as the smaller Alma Urban, and it still folds up via a patented compact-fold construction for easy storage and transport. You can even get a handy durable storage bag for transport (available separately).

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All Bloom products are made with sustainable wood and/or recyclable plastics and metals plus low VOC finishes. Bloom products are also lead free, BPA free, heavy metal free, PVC free, and AZO dye free and are manufactured to conform with globally recognized safety standards and norms. The Alma Max features two mattress heights, so you can use the crib as a co-sleeper/bassinet or a full-size crib. Open slats on all four sides maximize air-flow to your child, and four lockable castors mean you can move this crib room-to-room safely and easily. Additionally, the urban, fresh style complements any modern home decor. The crib and toddler bed is available in four appealing color choices: coconut white, natural, cappuccino and frost gray. Alma Max will be available soon, and is currently ready for pre-order.

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