The Presto Crib harmoniously blends Pali Furniture's quality workmanship and inventive design. Within mere minutes of opening your new Presto Crib, you will have a fully functioning crib without the headache of having to assemble it.
The beautifully modern Presto Crib features sides with arched details that simply pull up and bolt into place and delicately curved feet rounding out the clean contemporary style. Even though the Presto Crib is simple to assemble, it still provides the option for you to choose and easily change the mattress height. Once your newborn outgrows their crib, it can effortlessly be converted into a toddler bed and eventually a children's day bed growing alongside your child.
The Presto crib is perfect for any family that requires a gorgeous, yet convenient crib that stowes away easily; it can be the centerpiece of your full-sized baby nursery, the charming children's space in a metro apartment, to the special corner in your vacation or grandma's house that you can pull out when needed. The Presto Crib is rigorously tested and meets all JPMA, CPSC and ASTM standards, but more importantly, will surpass yours.
Dimensions: w 56.25 x d 30 x h 36
No nursery would be complete without somewhere to store all of those darling layettes and onesies, and the Salerno Double Dresser is the perfect place for all of the items that were given with love. Designed to perfectly complement the Salerno Forever Crib and the 5 Drawer Dresser, the Double Dresser has three long drawers, a square cabinet door, and a small drawer below the cabinet. The traditional and classic styling of this dresser is complemented by its solid Radiata Pine drawers crafted with English dovetail drawer joinery at the front and back of each drawer and matching wooden drawer pulls.
Pali Torino Collection Double Dresser (Mocacchino)
Torino Double Dresser Dimensions:
50 x 20 x 34
Torino (Turin in English) is the capital of the Piedmont region, in North-West Italy. It is located on the Po, Italy's longest river, between Milan, the Thyrrenian Sea and the Alps. It has been the first capital of Italy (from 1861 to 1865) and one of the first industrial centers of the country. It still is home, among other, of the Fiat Group (Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Maserati...) the Juventus Football Club and the most important Egyptian museum outside Egypt.
You might also know Torino for being the host of the 2006 Winter Olympic Games, the giandiuiotti (delicious hazelnut chocolates) and its most symbolic building, the beautiful Mole Antonelliana.
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