Crib brand review: Heritage Baby. Born out of the ashes of Munire, Heritage Baby Products (owned by investment firm Sterling iCapital) launched it’s brand in 2015.
Now Heritage sells cribs under a multitude of sub-brand names including Biltmore (in conjunction with the Biltmore Estate), Centennial, Kinglsey, SuiteBebe and Baby Cache.
Baby Cache features cribs between $400 and $500. Basically, Baby Cache cribs run $300 to $500. The downside? Baby Cache doesn’t have as many accessories as other lines (such as night stands) and finishes are limited.
At Buy Buy Baby, Heritage is sold under the Kingsley brand name and under the name Suite Bebe at Baby Depot, Amazon and Wayfair. Suite Bebe is basically similar to Baby Cache, style and price-wise. Centennial is an upper end line that looks a lot like the classic designs at Million Dollar Baby’s Franklin & Ben line. The cribs sell for between $400 and $550.
So, after all that tumult, what is Heritage like? A mixed bag. We’ve had complaints about the quality of drawer glides and other metrics. Freight damage is a common complaint for many online furniture shoppers, so perhaps we should cut Heritage some slack here. But at these price points, we expect them to do a better job at quality control and packing to avoid damage.
So how to rate Heritage? They seems to be garnering mostly positive feedback from our readers, so we’ll tick up their rating a bit this year. But the quality control and shipping damage holds this brand back from getting a top rating. Rating: B