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Lake Como [ ko mo] graces the northern edge of the Italian border. This magnificent region is home to artists and celebrities and draws people from around the world to gaze at its blue waters and the green mountains that tower above it. This romantic gem of a lake is surrounded by legendary villas that have housed European nobility for years and today are playgrounds for the rich and famous. The grand architecture and spectacular grounds of these villas ring the shore of the lake with old-world charm and a romantic air of nature mixed with glamour and prestige.
The 2000-year-old history of exquisite glamour blended with the best backdrop nature can offer is the inspiration for the Como Collection, a stunning jewel of romantic artistry crafted to make your little one shine.

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Como Flat Top

On the northern border of Italy sits a fairytale lake whose blue waters and green mountains beckon people from around the globe. Known to much of the world as Lake Como, this nature's paradise that has been a respite for artists and nobility over the centuries is also known by its Latin name, Lario [ la rjo]. Surrounded by exquisite villas and dotted with picturesque villages, Lake Como is a place where the beauty of nature serves as a stunning backdrop for regal, old-world charm.
The Como Flat Top Convertible Crib hints at the regal history of the lake area with its tall, straight headboard that rises above the crib like the stunning villas that stand along the shoreline. With classically straight lines and a square inset detail along the back of the headboard, this crib is a centerpiece full of old-world charm and perfect for your own little royal's nursery. The straight legs pair nicely with the overall design, and the Como Flat Top Convertible Crib is a wonderful accompaniment to the Como Collection.
Our heritage of creating furniture that will serve your family for many years is possible because of our attention to quality and detail. The Como Flat Top Convertible Crib was created to transition as your little one grows with three positions for the crib mattress that make it easy to reach your little one. The crib can also transition to a toddler's bed, a child's day bed, and a full-size bed. Finished with non-toxic finishes that are regularly tested to ensure that they exceed the required standards for lead, the Como Flat Top Convertible Crib is available in both Vintage White and Distressed Granite.

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Enduringly timeless with a little modern twist.
Torino [to'ri:no] (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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