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Dreamlike nights for the little ones: Junior beds

Dreamlike nights for the little ones: Junior beds

With junior beds you give your child the perfect place to sleep for restful nights. Because of their small dimensions of 60×120 cm, 70×140 cm or 70×160 cm they offer a sense of security even to the smallest earth citizens. In addition, they let the offspring sleep safely and well protected by high bed borders. Especially practical are convertible junior beds that accompany your child from the age of up to the age of 10 years.

For many parents, at some point, the question arises as to when their child can sleep in a junior bed. An exact date or a fixed age does not exist, because the move from the baby bed to the junior bed depends primarily on the level of development of your offspring. An age range of one and a half to three and a half years has been established.

Design and material to taste

An advantage of many junior beds for boys and girls is that there are no limits in terms of design. Small loft beds, playful bedsteads for princesses and knights or exciting car-bags – we offer a large selection in online shops.

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The term “junior bed” refers to beds that can be used depending on the size of the lying area up to an age of about 8 or 10 years. Their dimensions are usually 60×120 cm, 70×140 cm or 70×160 cm and are therefore much smaller than classic single beds. In addition, you usually have elevated sides of the bed to avoid falling out of the child.

An advantage of many junior beds for boys and girls is that there are no limits in terms of design. Small loft beds, playful bedsteads for princesses and knights or exciting car-bags – we offer a large selection in online shops.

Also in terms of material you are well served with our junior beds, because of different solid woods such as pine, beech and spruce to stable MDF with colorful paint finishes.

Cots with bars are a special feature. They bridge the gap between cradles and junior beds so that they can be used at a very early age and can be adapted further in the course of development.