Not all babies are born with style - just the ones lucky enough to go home to the Sealy Bella 3-in-1 Convertible Crib. Whether good fashion sense is inherited or learned, your tot will love this cute crib. Full of midcentury modern fashion, its clean lines and quirky angled feet give your child's nursery a fun flavor, while the Tranquility Gray finish has an understated appeal for a soothing, warm effect. This subtle style has a universality that looks as good in a nursery as it does in a big kid's room. And this versatility is key, allowing you to reduce the amount of short-term furniture you need and to avoid having to constantly update the decor. As your child grows, this crib will grow with your child, transitioning into a toddler bed and attractive daybed. But there's a more important savings with this crib than just money: in a time when your child is going through so many developmental changes, this crib provides a reliable and familiar emotional anchor. And it doesn't hurt, either, knowing that you can still think of your big kid as your little baby.About SealyFrom the first cotton-filled mattresses made by Daniel Haynes in 1881, to the Sealy Posturepedic mattresses of today, the Sealy name has been synonymous with sleep for more than 125 years. Named for the small town in Texas where the company had its beginnings, Sealy Corporation, through its subsidiaries, is the largest bedding manufacturer in North America. It produces a diversified line of mattress and foundation products, including the Sealy, Sealy Posturepedic, and Sealy Posturepedic Luxury Collection mattresses, as well as important component parts used inside mattresses.America's best-selling mattress company, Sealy currently operates 31 plants, which manufacture bedding in 20 states, three Canadian provinces, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Brazil, Argentina, France, and Italy. Staff at their research and development center in High Point, N.C., test new materials and machinery, train personnel, compare the quality of Sealy's products with those of its competitors, and develop new products and processes. Sealy headquarters is located in Trinity, N.C.