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A TINY, SHARED BEDROOM
Ready or not, here I come!
A new baby doesn’t mean you need more space – you just need to make the most of what you have. Get some tips on welcoming your little one into even the smallest of rooms.
Using a curtain as a room divider is a big help at naptime. When drawn, it keeps the light out and dampens sounds so she can fall asleep quickly. And you can get to all those things you need to – like a nap of your own.See more curtains
Hanging an add-on rail in your wardrobe gets you twice the storage – in the same space. The rail doesn’t span the full width of the wardrobe, so you’ll still have room for your garments and space for your little one’s, too.See all PAX wardrobes
Room for a big bed
A day bed that extends into a double bed takes up less space during the day when you need to get around, but can pull out at night when you want to get cosy. And one with drawers underneath gives you an ideal place for storing extra bed linens.See more guest beds & day beds
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Day-bed frame with 3 drawers
Length: 211 cm, Height: 86 cm, Width: 87 cm
Depth: 6 cm, Height: 14 cm, Width: 10 cm
Depth: 20 cm, Height: 30 cm, Width: 30 cm
Quilt cover and 2 pillowcases
Quilt cover length: 220 cm, Quilt cover width: 240 cm, Pillowcase length: 50 cm