Instruction for the Peyton Lifestyle Crib

Answer

Tip

You will need to buy the guardrail in order to convert the bed into a toddler bed. It is not included in the box that the crib was originally sold in.

You will need to buy two bed rails in order to make the bed into a full size. They are not included in the package that initially came with the crib.

You can also download instructions for converting the full bed into a toddler bed or only the toddler bed into a full bed under the Peyton Collection assembly instructions page.

The Peyton Lifestyle Crib gives parents the opportunity to grow the furnishings together with their kid by offering an adjustable mattress height. The Peyton Lifestyle convertible crib was designed by LaJobi, Inc. and sold under the Bonavita brand name. It can be converted from a crib to a toddler bed with a safety rail, then to a full size, and finally to a daybed. In addition, the spring in the crib mattress can be adjusted to one of three different heights, giving parents the ability to pick a higher setting for better access to a newborn and a lower setting once the kid is able to pull themselves up and stand on their own. You may print the complete instructions online if you have either misplaced the assembly instructions between the newborn and toddler periods or the instructions were not included in the box that the product came in originally.

  1. Navigate to the website for Bonavita.

  2. Choose “Customer Service” from the menu that appears when you scroll all the way to the right of the page.

  3. Choose “Assembly Instructions” from the list of options located in the menu on the very top right of the page.

  4. To find the “Peyton Collection,” scroll down the page until you reach it. The listings of the collections may be found here in alphabetical order.

  5. Keep scrolling until you find the “Peyton Lifestyle Crib” in the list of products.

  6. When you click on this link, a new window will come up with a PDF file that contains the comprehensive instructions for putting together the original crib or converting it into a toddler bed, daybed, or full bed.