How To Choose The Right Crib Sheet Size
Posted On 10/09/2020 04:26:14 by Biloban

With a baby on the way, you are likely going to spend a significant amount of time designing a nursery, which requires making decisions about everything from paint colors to diaper storage. In addition to these design choices, you’ll also have some decisions to make about the place where your little one will spend most of their time — the crib.


Choosing a crib and the correct crib sheet size are major decisions not only for the design of your nursery but also for your baby’s safety. In this article, the experts at Biloban Baby discuss the types of cribs and their corresponding crib sheet sizes so that you can make an informed decision for your new little one.


Choosing The Right Crib sheet Size

Once you have picked out the best crib for your baby, all that’s left to do is to choose the right mattress. While this may seem easy, there are a few things to consider as you shop. The first thing to know is the difference between crib sheet sizes.


When it comes to crib sheet sizes and the safety of your baby, you want to be sure that the crib sheet fits inside the crib snugly with as little space as possible between the two. A large gap can pose a safety risk for your baby.


As a rule, when the crib sheet is inside the crib, you should not be able to fit more than two fingers between it and the crib frame. But let’s talk more specifically about each crib sheet size.

Crib sheet Size: Standard


As you might guess from the name, the standard crib sheet is the typical sheet size for baby cribs.


According to the Consumer Products Safety Commission, a standard (or regular) crib sheet should be no more than 6 inches thick and measure at least 27 1/4 inches wide and 51 1/4 inches long.


Tips For Selecting The Right Standard Crib Mattress

If you have a standard-sized crib for your little one to snooze in, you’ll need a standard-sized crib mattress.


As we mentioned, the size of these mattresses is regulated. However, there is a bit of wiggle room within the regulated size of a crib. A standard crib can be ⅝ of an inch larger or smaller than the regulated 28 by 52 ⅜ rectangle.


A standard crib sheet will typically fit a standard crib, but because of this small variation, you will still need to check to make sure your crib sheet fits properly — not too big and not too small.

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