QUESTION: Do they make this in white or natural? by Regina T 6/11/2013
ANSWER: Don't know, I purchased espresso. by M I 6/14/2013
QUESTION: Does the changing table have to be attached to the right side I would need it on the left. Thanks! by Jessica B 11/1/2012
ANSWER: Yes it does have to be on the right. by J O 11/9/2012
ANSWER: Yes, it can only be attached to the right side and cannot be dettached unless you convert the crib into a toddler bed. Overall, it is a good quality crib and we love it. Have never had a problem with it and the extra storage space is a bonus!
Amy by A M 11/7/2012
ANSWER: Yes. That's where the screw holes and pieces fit. by Kayla Z 11/6/2012
ANSWER: Yes, it does have to be on the right side. by L H 11/6/2012
ANSWER: My husband says he is almost positive it must be on the right hand side.
However if u chose to buy this product inspect in carefully there were several scratches on the crib rails. I did not return it as it was too close to my due date and I didn't feel like going thru the hassle... by Jessica L 11/6/2012
ANSWER: Yhea it has to be on the right but I wouldn't recommend this crib because they can eventually use the changing table to crawl out so I would buy a crib that isn't attached to a changing table by Patricia E 11/6/2012
QUESTION: Does this crib fit a standard size crib/ toddler mattress? by stephanie L 7/12/2012
STAFF ANSWER: Yes, the Kalani full size crib will fit a standard crib mattress. by Customer S 7/18/2012
QUESTION: what are the measurements? by None N 5/12/2012
STAFF ANSWER: Assembled Dimensions:
Crib and Changer Combo measures 69.75" x 34" x 42" by Customer S 5/28/2012
QUESTION: Does the changer fit a standard sized changing pad? by None N 5/10/2012
ANSWER: yes it does by A L 5/15/2012
ANSWER: Yes it does. I have a regular one in mine by J E 5/15/2012
ANSWER: No. It is smaller. I have not been able to find a changing pad to fit it so we use the small pad that came with the item. by Meredith F 5/15/2012
ANSWER: No it does not. The standard changing pad is much bigger. However the crib brings it's own changing pad. It is a wonderful crib though...I love it. by A M 5/15/2012
ANSWER: No it doesn't it measures 15.5 x 28 inches and I can not find an exact changing pad to fit. I did order one and have not received it yet. I will have to cut a couple inches off the length. If that doesn't work I will make my own. by D K 5/15/2012
ANSWER: No. I use a regular changing pad cover with the changing pad it comes with. It is very thin but gets the job done. by L O 5/15/2012
QUESTION: What kind of wood is this made from or is it particle with laminate overlay? by Rose H 4/26/2012
STAFF ANSWER: The DaVinci Kalani crib & changer combo is made from New Zealand Pine wood and MDF products drawer bottoms. by Customer S 4/27/2012
QUESTION: is there a touch up kit for this crib for nicks and scratches? by None N 3/15/2012
ANSWER: Yes there is you can find it at any walmart or sherwin Williams paint store or any major hardware store. They are wood makers the are cheap and work very well if you got the expresso i suggest getting the dark maker not the cherry or the black the dark marker should match up perfectly just make sure when you mark the nick and scratches run your finger over where you just marked so the color will mesh with the color of the wood if you don't rub it in the marker color will stick out like a sour thumb by william k 3/22/2012
ANSWER: I called the company and they are sending me a pen for the scratches. by Lisa T 3/21/2012
ANSWER: Not that I am aware of, but I keep a bottle of Old English dark furniture polish handy. This will work well for minor discolorations and scratches. by M S 3/16/2012
QUESTION: Can this crib match any Davinci dresser in espresso if i wana buy? by ana m 3/1/2012
ANSWER: Yeah, it is the same finish on all furniture so will match any espresso furniture. I bought a dresser that wasn't a Davinci that was espresso and it matched the crib as well! by L A 3/2/2012
QUESTION: is this a made in america product? by nicole s 1/22/2012
STAFF ANSWER: No, this item is not made in the USA. It is produced exclusively in two factories, one in Taiwan, the other in China. by Customer S 1/26/2012
QUESTION: Can the changer be removed even when you have it set up as a crib or must you wait until you are converting to a toddler bed to be able to separate this piece
Is the color of wood a true espresso It appears more like a cherry per the picture. Thank you. by Nikki h 1/22/2012
ANSWER: hi nikki, the color is true espresso the changer stays untill you convert to full size bed but i will double check it is anice piece of furnuture bought this for my grandaughters baby. customer service very helpful delivery fast i suggest order bed rails now that way not looking for them later good luck by S E 2/9/2012
The changer cannot be removed when you have the crib set up. You can only remove it once you convert it into a day bed, toddler bed or full size bed. Although I am not 100% sure. The color is true espresso that was one of my major concerns but it met all my expectations. The delivery was also really fast. I am pleased with this purchase. by Lluvia M 2/8/2012
ANSWER: You are not able to remove the changer without the needed pieces to make the right side of the crib. I do not know it there is a way to order the needed pieces to make the seperation.
I think the espresso color is very good. I bought this piece and the 4 drawer dresser at seperate times and they color is consistant and does not look cherry. I too had the same concern.
As many others have stated the wood is VERY soft so take great care during assembly and use. I managed to put a "beauty mark" in the front rail while unpacking everything by LIGHTLY banging it against another piece. Even with this frustrating fact, I really love this crib. by R O 2/7/2012
ANSWER: I can't remember if it has to be attached until its a toddler bed. We also purchased the bed rails for the full size bed later so the pieces are out in our garage.
It is a true espresso color. Its a really rich dark brown.
We love this crib and get compliments on it all the time. I hope this helps. by L O 2/7/2012