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Oeuf Rhea Crib

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$670.00
Status: Sold Out
Please allow 1-3 weeks for delivery.

The South American rhea is a tall, slender, and graceful bird that grazes the pampas of the continent in near-complete silence (except for the peeping of baby rheas). Despite her luxuriant plumage and light, airy frame, the rhea, like the ostrich and emu, is rooted firmly to the ground, unable to fly.

We have no worries about our contemporary cribs flying off on their own, of course, but it is good to know that the new Oeuf Rhea Crib, an update on the well-loved Oeuf Robin Crib, has a solid, rooted feel that's unexpected in such an elegantly airy-looking crib. As with Oeuf's other lovely hatchlings, the Rhea Crib has a simple and modern look, and boasts eco-friendly, sustainable, and high-quality materials.

More on the Oeuf Rhea Crib:

  • Materials: The Oeuf Rhea Crib is made with sustainably sourced solid birch and Baltic birch plywood, finished with non-toxic, water-based, VOC-free coatings and paint.
  • Mattress specifications: The Rhea Crib has three adjustable mattress positions, and a low overall height for easy access (a plus for shorter parents); fits a standard-sized crib mattress (28" x 52"), which must be at least 27 .25" x 51 5/8" and 4-6" thick;
  • More: The Rhea Crib boasts easy assembly, a small footprint to suit a small city apartment, and recycled cardboard packaging.

When baby is ready to graduate from his crib, you can purchase a toddler bed conversion kit to transform the Oeuf Rhea Crib into a daybed-style toddler bed. Meets all US, Canadian, Australian and European safety standards.

Measures 54" long x 30.5" wide.

The South American rhea is a tall, slender, and graceful bird that grazes the pampas of the continent in near-complete silence (except for the peeping of baby rheas). Despite her luxuriant plumage and light, airy frame, the rhea, like the ostrich and emu, is rooted firmly to the ground, unable to fly.

We have no worries about our contemporary cribs flying off on their own, of course, but it is good to know that the new Oeuf Rhea Crib, an update on the well-lov... Read More