What to know before you buy Davinci Jayden 6-Drawer Double Wide Dresser
DURABILITY: 6 spacious drawers that can hold all the adorable baby clothes, blanket, and more. We've built this dresser with features like additional corner blocks to make it sturdier and long-lasting VERSATILE DESIGN: Changing station now. Big kid dresser later This dresser is designed so that you can add a DaVinci changing tray M0619 to use as a convenient changing station during the baby years SMOOTH GLIDE: Drawer glides that make opening the drawers easy even when your hands are full with your baby ROUNDED WOODEN KNOBS: This dresser features stylish, wooden knobs that are rounded to prevent injuries when your baby starts crawling and walking around EASY ASSEMBLY: We've done the hardest part for you Drawer glides come pre-assembled so that you can put your dresser together more quickly and start enjoying your nursery sooner QUALITY MATERIAL: Made of solid sustainable New Zealand pinewood and TSCA compliant engineered wood -only the best for your baby FOR YOUR BABY'S SAFETY: Say goodbye to toxic chemicals Finished in a non-toxic multi-step painting process and lead and phthalate safe. Rest assured knowing it exceeds ASTM International and U.S. CPSC safety standards. Stop mechanism and anti-tip kit included for additional safety
What is the advantage of this Davinci Jayden 6-Drawer Double Wide Dresser?
Simply sophisticated, the Jayden 6-Drawer Double Dresser offers the optimal storage solution for any nursery or home. Pairing effortlessly with both the Jayden and Autumn Collection, the Jayden Double Dresser features the same transcending quality design. Made of durable New Zealand pine wood with new and improved metal drawer glide hardware and stop mechanism construction, Jayden provides a smooth and safe glide for long-lasting use through the years.
Customer reviewsBuy Better Screws
After buying their crib which we thought was a quality peice we decided to get a dresser to match. Overall finish is about the same as the crib we previously bought, but when it comes time to assemble the drawers do yourself a favor and purchase actual wood screws. They try to pass off regular drywall screws as "wood" screws and each one split the plywood drawer back. After the first drawer I tossed them out and used SPAX screws that are designed for joining wood without a pilot hole. After gluing the outside plys back together and using the SPAX screws, everything else went together with no issue. A word to the manufacturer: either upgrade the screws or take 5 more seconds in the assembly line and predrill the drawer holes instead of a useless dimple.