Baby bed size

Baby bed size
1. The crib should not be too long
Most of the domestically produced cribs are about 120CM, which can be used for about 3 years old. The size of cribs in Europe and America is about 140CM in length and 78CM in width, which can be used up to about 6 years old. The size is relatively reasonable and the use time is longer.
2. The size of the crib is not as long as possible
The width of the bedroom is generally about 3m, the large bed occupies 2m, and the rest is the location of the passage, wardrobe, and table. The crib is located next to the big bed, where there are bedside tables, dressing tables, and stools. Taking into account the passage and the space required to open the door and drawer, a position of 80 cm is required. Therefore, if the length of the crib is too long, it will occupy the passage or affect the functions of other furniture, hinder normal activities, and need to be moved frequently, which is very inconvenient.
3. The crib should not be too high
The crib guard rail should not be higher than 35cm, otherwise it is not convenient to hold and put the baby. When buying a baby crib, it is best for parents to feel it on the spot, and try to see whether the height of the fence is appropriate when holding the baby, and it should be comfortable for them.
4. The crib should not be too short
The bed surface of the crib should not be too short. If it is less than 50cm, it will be more difficult for the adult to bend over when holding or putting the baby. Moreover, the air close to the ground is more dusty, and children are vulnerable to reptiles, mice, and pets.
5. The crib should not be too wide
The width of the crib body should not exceed 75cm. The crib sometimes needs to move between the bedroom, living room, and dining room. The standard door frame is 80cm, and the door thickness is about 4cm. Considering the processing error and the necessary clearance, 75cm is the upper limit of the width of the door. When the width of the crib exceeds 75cm, You can’t get in and out of the room, which is very inconvenient.