A SAFE ENVIRIONMENT IS AN UNEVENTFUL ENVIRONMENT
Keep your child safe with worry-free furniture.
Safety is your top priority as a parent. Unfortunately, safety can be difficult to quantify. Instead, it’s much easier to see when safety is lacking, as it means your little one is likely to experience accidents in the home. Keeping a close eye on your child is important, but it is equally as important to create a safe environment with the right furniture.
Safety is of paramount importance to the Romina brand. We have made it a priority to include the safest, most innovative technologies into the manufacturing process of our baby furniture.
All of our products are periodically tested and certified to ensure their safety in your home. We incorporate the latest and most efficient technologies, which include safe-closing drawers, anti-tipping systems, and more. All of our furniture meets and exceeds all standards set forth by the Consumer Product Safety Commission, and every piece in our collection is GREENGUARD Gold certified.
In short, our furniture is designed to provide your child with the safest, most comfortable environment in which to grow.
GREENGUARD GOLD STANDARD
ALL Romina furniture exceeds the Greenguard GOLD criteria.
We go above and beyond CPSC and ASTM requirements for safety, and all Romina furniture exceeds the GREENGUARD Gold standard to provide you with peace of mind.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) considers paint safe when it has toxic materials under 300 parts per million (ppm). In order for a company to claim low toxicity, it must have no more than 90 ppm.
There are a lot of brands that make this claim, but none go as far as Romina to manufacture truly safe baby furniture.
We randomly test our entire product line with the help of UL Laboratories every three months. When you buy a piece of Romina Furniture, you can count on:
- No harmful VOCs
- No formaldehyde
- No lead
- No toxic ingredients
You’ll know you’re providing your baby with the safest furniture possible when you purchase a piece of furniture from the Romina line.
Curious little hands can quickly figure out how to open drawers, and without the right hardware, those drawers could come crashing down on your child’s head. We make sure that won’t happen in your home by equipping our drawers with the most advanced anti-detachment technology available on the market. Drawer boxes are secured with high-density carbon polymer triggers which must be simultaneously pulled in order for the drawer to release. This operation requires a certain level or strength and hand coordination which is not within a toddler’s, or even a kindergartner’s, ability.
Drawers are constructed out of beech wood, which is a high-density hardwood that is both strong and heavy. We give it shape and purpose, enabling you to take advantage of its strength and durability, while utilizing the safest German-made anti-detachments systems. This feature prevents even the most curious child from pulling out the drawers.
All parents should supervise their children around large furniture, but we promise that your Romina drawers won’t detach or tip over if your child pulls them.
Romina drawer systems offer full extension for maximum convenience. That also means they can look a bit like steps to a curious toddler, who can then attempt to climb to the top.
Not only do our drawers include anti-detachment technology, they also include anti-tipping systems. Our furniture is constructed and balanced to ensure it doesn’t tip over just because one or more drawers have been opened.
In addition, our night stands, hutches, and case units include a three-way wall-anchoring system that can accommodate brick, sheet rock, and wooden walls. We strongly recommend that you use these systems with all your Romina furniture so that you can limit the amount of risk your little adventurers are exposed to.
Installation is fairly easy and intuitive, but if you need assistance, we’re happy to help. In addition, if these kits are missing at the time of delivery, or if you would like kits for other furniture pieces, please contact us.
Life doesn’t happen only when we’re paying attention. Common sense and preventive action are recommended to be exercised at all times, but having secure, safety-first furniture can help prevent accidents in the home.
METAL MATTRESS SUPPORT
As much as we love the look, functionality, and health benefits of wood, we also understand it has limitations. A small knot or a grain imperfection can add character to a dresser, but it can compromise the structural safety of a crib or a bed. It can cause the sleeping surface to become unstable, it can damage a mattress, and a dry climate can reduce the wood’s flexibility, making it prone to splitting.
When it comes to Romina beds, we rely on metal-made mattress supports to alleviate these concerns. Every bed includes a flexible, durable, and comfortable metal bottom that features three adjustable height positions so the crib or bed can grow right along with your child.
SOFT-CLOSE DRAWERS WITH NO FINGER PINCHING
Our German-made drawer and door systems are equipped with a safe-close feature. In order to extend the drawer past the five-percent extension point, a bit of extra pulling strength is required. This additional pull force may not be noticeable for the average adult, but it makes it difficult for an infant or a toddler to pull out a drawer. In addition, the safe-close feature also prevents drawer bouncing when pushed in vigorously.
Our drawers and doors are equipped with a hydraulic soft-closing mechanism, which is a smooth closing motion that allows children plenty of time to retract their hand or fingers, and it prevents slamming.
In addition, drawers are equipped with tipping resistance hooks that are mounted on the backside of the each box. In the unlikely event that a drawer latch system is disengaged, it will not tip over and injure your child. With this backup safety feature, you never have to worry about your furniture causing any harm to your child.
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