Wooden co-sleeping cots

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Cot- Bed for babies (3in1) Crea Due Nomad 70x140 - C300
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Wooden co-sleeping cot 4 in 1 Nexor Natural · C187R-M7795

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Wooden co-sleeping cot 4 in 1 Nexor Marengo · C187R-M6995
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Wooden & Olive-green co-sleeping cot 4 in 1 Nexor Erba · C187R-M5695

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Co-sleeping cribs made of wood

Are you thinking of co-sleeping with your future baby? We recommend that you bet on one of our convertible cots of wood, which will bring calm and warmth to the baby's stay. In addition, these cribs will accompany the newborn up to 5-6 years of age, since they can be transformed into a crib, bed/sofa and/or desk. To use for much longer!

Wooden co-sleeping cots for babies

The co-sleeping cots are designed for safe co-sleeping with the baby. They are characterised by having a removable side (easily removable) to be attached to the parents' bed. They include connecting straps and different bed base heights, as well as a kit with a mattress supplement, so that the cot cannot move and so that it is at the same height and level as the big bed.

Once the baby can get out of the cot on its own (according to safety regulations), you can convert the co-sleeping cot into a junior bed or Montessori bed at ground level (depending on the model), so that your baby can get in and out of the cot while being fully protected from a fall. Even when it is no longer used as a junior bed, you can convert it into a sofa or desk to complete the junior room (depending on the model).



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