However, our mums and their babies have tried and tested, and found the best cots on the market 1.
We love the two-tone design, which is modern and understated, with the changing table fitting neatly on top. Our gold award winner also has a two-position adjustable mattress base, and converts into a cotbed for when your child grows into toddler age. The main frame is made from solid wood which gives it a solid, good quality feel.
The changer on the top also makes it very quick and easy to change baby and put them back to bed. It is very sturdy and with the added benefit of plastic teething protectors.
I have put many flat packs together alone as an independent mother and the instructions were fantastic! All parts were labelled clearly, and directions and diagrams were clear, so bonus points for that. L, W66, H cm This charming cot won over our judges with its classic design and practical touches. Our silver award winner has a very smooth, single-hand drop side mechanism, which makes putting baby to bed that much easier.
The 3 bed base positions mean you can adjust it easily as baby grows and it also converts into a toddler bed or day bed. The drawer underneath the base is really handy too, as parents need all the storage space they can get when little ones arrive.
This style of cot really is my dream style. It is really easy to set up. I love the idea of the drop bar, and it really is incredibly simple to convert it.
The instructions are quite simple, but very easy to follow. It is sturdy with the added bonus of a drawer. I love the single hand drop mechanism. It is great especially when I wake up in the middle of the night to pick up my son and then put him back again.
I also love the 3 adjustable bed base positions. It is good value for money taking into account this can be used by my child up to 4 years. H89, W78, Lcm This cot ticks all the boxes when it comes to choosing the perfect cot for your baby to sleep in.
Designed to last, it converts from cot to toddler bed, which is suitable from birth to around 5 years and then converts to a full size double bed with sofa Convertible Plus Conversion kit required, sold separately. When tested, our review said: I think having the bars up on one side will give my tot a sense of security when transitioning from a cot to a bed.
Following on from that, the cot bed can then be converted into a double bed, using an add-on kit. Or you can raise the base again and keep the cot bed as a 'love seat'.
L, W76, H91cm Solid, durable and designed to last beyond baby years and into toddlerhood - the silver winner - Stamford Sleigh Cot Bed offers parents three heights to keep your baby safe as they grow and as an added extra; protective teething rails.
The end panels slide down and the sides can be removed to create a larger toddler bed, while the smart drawer at the bottom provides much needed extra storage space in your nursery. Like most cots on the market, the cost is significant, but the Stamford Sleigh Cot Bed has been created to last for the first four or five years of childhood and with its heavy wooded design, can be passed on to another baby, making this a great investment bed for your family. L, W76, Hcm The Windsor is designed as a luxurious sleigh style bed, with three adjustable heights that allow the base to move up and down as your baby grows.
The cot can also be transformed into a day bed and finally into a toddler bed, making this a great addition to your nursery. A sleek drawer sits underneath the cot and is a very useful extra storage area. W81, L, Hcm British designed and custom made, this high-end cot bed is for the design conscious family. The Chesterton cot bed can be converted from cot to toddler bed to bed, by using conversion panels, which are included in the price. This cot bed comes with two different heights, and you can remove the side to convert it to a toddler bed.
The cot base is well ventilated to encourage air circulation. Its cotbeds are wonderfully stylish with different ranges to suit every taste.
Also, keep stuffed toys and other soft objects out of the cot. The distance between the top of the mattress and the top of the cot sides should be at least 50cm, to prevent your baby from climbing out when they become more mobile. When they can do this it is fine for your baby to find their own position to sleep.
Its Scandy range has a minimalist, contemporary Scandinavian look, with contrast feet. It is adjustable to two positions and made with solid birchwood and smooth MDF panels. This cotbed is also fantastically long lasting and one of the few of the market to be safety tested to hold up to 40kg!
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