Babyletto Origami Mini Portable Crib Folding with Wheels in Light Sage, 2 Adjustable Mattress Positions, Greenguard Gold

(10 customer reviews)


Product details

Color Light Sage
Brand Babyletto
Style Crib
Material Wood
Finish Pine
Item Weight 50 Pounds
  • URBAN STYLE AND SIZE: Designed for urban living with a foldable frame and removable, locking caster wheels for easy storage and transport; Suitable for a growing babe from newborn to beyond 18 months; Safe to use until 35″ tall or starting to climb.
  • GREENGUARD GOLD CERTIFIED: The Origami has undergone rigorous scientific testing for over 10,000 chemical emissions and VOCs; It contributes to cleaner indoor air, creating a healthier environment for your baby to sleep, play, and grow
  • ADJUSTABLE MATTRESS HEIGHT: Low-profile design and 2 adjustable mattress positions make it easy to put a newborn to rest; Standard mini size crib which includes 1″ mattress pad; Pure by Babyletto mini crib mattress (37″ x 23.5″) is recommended.
  • SUSTAINABLE DESIGN: Made with sustainably sourced solid New Zealand pine wood, one of the most renewable woods available; The mattress support is TSCA compliant engineered wood.
  • SAFE FOR BABE: Finished in a non-toxic multi-step painting and staining process that is lead and phthalate safe.

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Meet Origami Mini Crib, the portable and durable mini crib that’s perfect for urban living or grandma’s house. The Origami Mini’s petite size, rolling feet, and folding mechanism allow for easy movement and storage throughout the home.

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Additional information

Weight 50 kg
Dimensions 39.25 × 25.75 × 36 cm

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Care instructions

Wipe clean only

Product Dimensions

39.25 x 25.75 x 36 inches

Item model number


Material Type



Made with sustainable New Zealand pine wood and TSCA Compliant MDF

Number of Items


Batteries Required


Item Weight

50 pounds

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10 reviews for Babyletto Origami Mini Portable Crib Folding with Wheels in Light Sage, 2 Adjustable Mattress Positions, Greenguard Gold

  1. Laura yoguez

    Love itI have a tiny nursery and this crib worked wonderfully. It was easy to assemble. The only con that I have it’s that it’s difficult to find bedding sets for it

  2. Zelda

    Very sturdy crib, folds easily and sets up easilyWe are very happy with this crib. After assembling, which took about an hour, it folded very easily. If on carpet, it does take strength to move it as the casters do not do much but that should be expected. The crib also unfolds and the base for the mattress goes down easily. It only takes 2-3 minutes to fold and 2-3 minutes to set up. The 1″ mattress is not sufficient, so we did buy a separate 3″ mattress. That is the only reason for giving this crib 4 stars rather than 5.

  3. Customer

    Love these cribsWe got the white wash color and it’s much more white than shown in the picture but I personally like that. They’re easy to assemble and can break down for storage easily

  4. MommaMaven

    So far so good, looks great, small but stoutUPDATE:Used this until our little guy was about 8 months old in a variety of applications. We were moving so I’ll say the collapsible crib idea was amazing for showings on our house, quickly goes away and then back together again. After the move we used it in our camper which became our home for 6 weeks in between houses. The best part of this thing is the portability. That said the size will eventually become an issue unlike a normal crib because babies get big quickly. There are 2 mattress heights, the lower is what is pictured, the higher is about bassinet height only useful for a couple months. As our little guy got bigger and more mobile it was harder for him to “fit” in the crib, especially when he’d get himself sideways. We’d end up with a leg stuck in the rails every so often which I solved by making a custom bumper. But these are issues you’ll run into more with the mini cribs than a traditional sized crib. That being said it was a great option for us and I would do it over again. The crib stood up to all of the moving and we now use it in the same capacity as a pack n play.———————————————-This is our 3rd child and 3rd crib, opted for a mini this time to fit in our master bedroom and liked the idea that this was collapsible so we could put it away or travel with it if we really wanted to. I originally searched for the previous model, the Babyletto Grayson, as it had come in the grey color we wanted but lo and behold it was discontinued everywhere. Apparently this is the “new” version and the dimensions have been shortened a tad? It fits a standard pack n play mattress which is good for sheets and finding accessories that are otherwise impossible or expensive to source. The grey color is great and quality seems to be par for most cribs out there. It is a coated finish so if you chip the exterior it would be noticeable but this is pretty common as far as baby cribs go, and it’s not like we spent a fortune on it so I’m ok with that.Of note- it comes with a mattress, if you could call it that. It’s a 1″ pad as the description reads, so it’s no more substantial than an actual pack n play and in my opinion not great for really intending on using it for a permanent bedspace. But you can find larger 3″ mattresses anywhere from $25 and up that would work better. Overall, not a deal breaker and cheaper than any of the alternatives you find out there.Had initially compared it with the Bloom Alma Mini and Alma Papa, the prices of those were discouraging as well as their lack of standard sizing (ie. sheets, bedding, etc) and I didn’t like the collapsing bracket mounting on the front portion of the crib, I liked that the Origami hardware is mounted on the shorter sides so it’s a prettier view from the front.Assembly- hubbs is a contractor so he builds things regularly, this was simple to assemble but did end up taking him about an hour, for what that’s worth.So far very happy with the purchase as compared to our other cribs in the past. We have had the Babyletto Modo for 3 years and it’s still going strong, as I’m sure this one will be. We’ll see how it fares when the wee one is here but I don’t anticipate any issues.

  5. Lisa G. Ryan

    Quality Mini CribThe crib arrived quickly, was easy to assemble, is very nice looking, and is of high quality. I love that it is on wheels. The only NEGATIVE is that the “mattress” it comes with is a joke; I would not even let my dog sleep on that thin, plastic thing. Be sure to order a breathable mini mattress, and sheets when ordering this bed, then it is perfection.

  6. C. Peterson

    All Hail the Mini Crib! Perfect for Smaller Spaces and WAY more comfortable for baby than the Pack and PlayOur 7 month old daughter is still sleeping in our room, but starting to transition to the big crib in our daughter’s room. As you can imagine, it is a slow process getting a 7 month old and 3 year old to peacefully share a room!About 2 months ago, our 7 month old started sleeping fitfully in the Pack and Play after we lowered it to the lowest position. After actually feeling the sleeping pad on the Pack and Play- I could see why! It was so lumpy and uncomfortable… I felt a pang of guilt for not noticing before! We decided to bite the bullet and invest in a quality mini crib- and it was the right decision.Pros:Absolutely beautiful construction: This crib looks high end and feels high end. Despite being collapsible, it feels sturdy and solidCompact: it is the same size as a Pack and PlayVerstatile: we didnt get this crib in time to use the higher mattress position, but it does have two positionsHeirloom quality: this crib is going to my sister next, then probably a friend or cousin. It is top notch. It has a modern look about it too, which I appreciateSleep: the night we put baby on this real mattress (vs Pack and Play) she slept 6 hours straight. No joke. (vs 2 hours in the Pack and Play). Bottom line- Pack and Play is good in the basinette position, and for occasional use, but wasn’t a good long term solution for us.Cons:Mattress: to call the mattress that comes with the Babyletto Mini crib flimsy is an understatement. Deducting one star for this. It is completely unusable. Luckily I had ordered the mattress too- it is really a must. I am all about jersey sheets for cribs. They are soft and fit snugly. Babyletto didn’t offer any, but I rolled the dice and bought these sheets that fit perfectly: See picI have told a few friends about the mini crib idea. Apparently they are just not very popular right now, but I don’t understand why. The APA recommends keeping baby in the parent’s room for 1 year (not sure how realistic that is, but still)- and lots of parents rooms don’t have space for a full sized crib. We also live in a large city and we, like most city houses, are tight on space. I am betting on mini cribs making a big comeback and I would highly recommend the Babyletto if you are going the mini crib route. I did my research and am very happy with the decision. I think you would be too.

  7. Jac

    So Happy Every Time I See This Crib!I was terrified to order this crib (or any crib really) because of the few bad reviews saying how hard it was to put together or something about the smell or the poorly placed stickers. This crib showed up FAST and was packaged very well, with no damage. My husband and I got out our handy-dandy screwdriver, laid out all of the pieces, and went through the instructions step by step and it was so EASY to put together. There are both words and diagrams on the instructions, and with just a small bit of common sense, this crib was easier to put together than any other flat pack type of furniture I have ever purchased. It is perfectly small, darn cute, feels very sturdy even with the wheels attached, and easily fits through our doorways. We could have fit a full-sized crib in our apartment, but love the size of this crib and are thrilled about how portable it will be around our apartment for when I want to work in the kitchen and have the baby napping in sight in the living room and for how easy it will be to move/store. We are so excited for our new baby to get to try it out!We did order a mattress to go with the crib because the included mattress is a thin pad (but the included mattresses with most, if not all cribs are, so get over it and order a nice one!). The great thing is, we can use the included 1 inch pad for other things or just leave it below the 3 inch mattress we bought. About the stickers – we decided to leave on the ones on the mattress support board because they are important and no one ever sees them. There were two stickers that are visible that talk about suffocation risk (important!), but I just tested taking one of them off with a Lysol wet wipe and the most handy tool of them all…my fingernail. I didn’t want to scratch the paint, but by moistening the sticker with the wipe ahead of time, it came off much more easily, and then I would re-wet the sticky residue and use my fingers to rub over it until it dried so the sticky stuff started pilling up and coming off. It took some time, but it wasn’t hard and didn’t damage the crib at all.

  8. KingReviewer

    Poor quality wood that breaksFirst, this arrived covered in tiny pieces of Styrofoam which went all over the apartment. I had to place each piece on the floor and gently vacuum over it, and then use a brush to remove the bits in the corner. This is a pain, but for someone with a kitten like me, it was a hassle as my cat ate a lot of the foam.Second, the material is really poor quality. There are lots of holes in the wood that go through the paint. Then, when installing the wheels, the wood on one of the legs completely broke into two. It is now too delicate to wheel around, and I’m not sure how safe it is for a newborn.Edit changed from 1 to 4 stars after the company shipped out a new missing leg for free.

  9. J-Wayne

    Love this crib.I love this mini crib. It’s so simple and pretty. It’s also very sturdy but still easy to unlock breaks and move if needed. It came with a mattress pad but it was super thin and I prefer to use the Nook Mini mattress instead. It fits perfectly.

  10. R. Donohue

    nice and cozyI ordered this for my third baby and have used from birth to 8 months so far. In hindsight, I would have preferred this over our regular size crib that I used for the first two. This is the size cribs should be, nice and cozy. The baby is in the 90th percentile, so its not that he’s small. No problems transferring from a bassinet like I had with the first two, and in fact just used the top level and did without a bassinet. We don’t keep our kids in a crib as long as some. If you want to keep them in a crib to keep them “contained” your child might outgrow this. We transfer to a toddler bed around 2 so I can’t see needing a bigger crib. The other reason people might be claiming their babies outgrow this is if they mind that when they roll over they hit the side. That does happen but the baby keeps sleeping. Wouldn’t that happen anyway no matter how big your crib? I don’t move it around as much as I thought I might b/c it’s not easy to maneuver around our tiny hallway without bumping into the walls and I don’t want the finish to chip off. The place where we attached a mobile has dings, so expect that unless you handle it super gently. It does roll easily though and I imagine you might move it around more if you had a bigger house. I love that when we are done with it I can just fold it to put away in the attic but would still be ready for use should anyone need it.

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