Our favourite stylish, beautiful cots
Posted on 25 July 2016
When it comes to styling your baby-to-be's nursery, there's perhaps nothing as important as the cot. As well as being the room's focal point, it's also where your baby will (hopefully) spend so much of their time, so it's worth researching the best for your family's needs.
Here are our favourite cots for a beautiful, stylish nursery
The Stoke Sleepi Bed
Perhaps the most popular cot around for a reason; the Stokke Sleepi Bed accommodates your baby’s changing development. Plus, with its Nordic-inspired style, it looks good in every room.
The Ubabub Nifty Cot
With this unique cot, your bubba can see the world around them and you can keep an eye on them from afar. Nifty Clear combines the clean lines of the mid-century aesthetic with ubabub’s innovative clear acrylic sides, providing greater visibility for parents. Plus it's easy to assemble, clean and maintain and converts easily to a junior bed.
The Leander Cot Bed
The Leander Cot is possibly the most stunning European cot in Australia. Designed by Stig Leander from Denmark, it is perfect for lovers of design, quality and function.
This is a solid wood crib that plays with classic form and contemporary, ultra-bold colors. Designed with longevity and flexibility in mind, the crib converts as is to a platform style toddler-bed that can be used as seating well beyond the nursery years.
Oeuf's Classic Cot
The Classic crib was created by parents who understand the importance of safety. This clean and contemporary piece is made from wood panels on a solid wood base, making it one of the sturdiest and safest cribs available. With the conversion kit, the Classic crib converts into a stylish toddler bed.
Babyletto's Lolly Convertible Cot
With natural spindles, gently curved corners, and delicate natural feet, the Lolly is a clever choice for the modern nursery. Lolly features hidden hardware construction, eco-friendly materials and finishes, and includes a toddler rail for later conversion.
What cots do you love? We'd love to know!
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