Assembly Directions for a Delta Venetian Lifetime Crib

By Lucia Mata ; Updated April 18, 2017
The Delta Venetian Lifetime Crib grows with your child.
The Delta Venetian Lifetime Crib grows with your child.

The Delta Venetian Lifetime Crib is made to last a child for years. This crib easily converts from to a toddler bed, day bed and full-size bed, saving parents from having to buy multiple pieces of furniture for their child. The Delta Venetian Lifetime Crib is made of wood and a nontoxic finish, which protects children and gives peace of mind to parents. To help match any décor and nursery, this crib comes in three finishes -- white, natural and cherry.

Attach the left support bracket to one of the corners of the mattress support with a support assembly bold. Use the M4 Allen wrench to tighten the bolt in the hole on the bottom of the bracket. Make sure the pouch in the mattress support is facing up. Attach the other three brackets to each corner of the mattress support.

Use the M4 Allen wrench to tighten the left crib back post to the crib back rail using two long bolts and two metal dowels. Repeat with the right crib back post.

Attach the left crib front post to the crib front rail. Use two long bolts and two metal dowels and tighten with the M4 Allen wrench. Repeat with the right front post.

Attach the mattress support to the right and left sides of the crib. Use two mattress support bolts in each corner. Start all the bolts before tightening with the M4 Allen wrench. Make sure the pouch on the mattress support is facing up. Adjust at the highest position for newborn, and move as the child grows.

Use the M4 Allen wrench to attach the crib back side. Use two bolts on the top and two on the bottom of the crib.

Attach the front side to the crib using four short bolts. Use two on the top and two on the bottom, and tighten with the M4 Allen wrench.

Place the Instruction Manual on the pouch on the crib mattress support before placing the mattress on the crib.

Remove the front side of the crib to convert to a toddler bed. Make sure the mattress support is placed on the lowest position.

To convert to a full-size bed, remove the front side of the crib and the back side of the crib. Use the front side of the crib as the foot board and the back side as the headboard of the bed. Purchase the bed rails separately from Delta’s Children Products.

Tip

Use the toddler bed as a love seat sofa. Register your Delta Venetian Lifetime Crib in order to receive safety alerts and updates at http://deltaenterprise.com/register.asp

Warning

Use a mattress measuring at least 27¼ inches by 51 5/8 inches, with a thickness not to exceed 6 inches. Never add a pillow, comforter, blanket or other items to the crib to prevent suffocation. Tighten all fasteners to prevent a child from getting trapped on a loose fastener. Lower the mattress to the lowest position once the child can pull up to a standing position.

About the Author

Lucia Mata has been writing since 2008, covering parenting and design topics. Her work has appeared in both English and Spanish publications. Mata has an Associate of Arts in interior design from Salt Lake Community College and a Bachelor of Arts in communications from Utah Valley University.