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Children's beds

Beds for growing kids and growing needs

Looking for an extendable bed your child can use for years? Or one with built-in drawers for those expanding collections of clothes and toys? Check out some of our wonderful solutions below.

See all junior & extendable beds
See all junior & extendable beds

Some favourite children’s furniture series

Coordinated furniture for your child.

BUSUNGE series
SLÄKT series
SUNDVIK series

Want to make bedtime struggles a thing of the past? With playful toddler beds and modern kids’ beds, getting your kids to sleep might get a little easier. Make their rooms a wonder of imagination, fun and creativity with pleasant colours and smart solutions. That way, your kids can have a space they’ll truly enjoy, no matter their age.

We want to help make the transitions from cots, to toddler beds, to larger children's beds, as smooth as possible. That's why we have a wide range of options for children of all ages.

When should you switch to a toddler bed?

When is the right time to make the transition from a cot to a toddler bed? No one can say for certain since every child is different. But at around 18 months is usually the starting point. If you’re unsure, you’ll notice by the fact that your baby will be outgrowing the size of the bed. Or, if the little one is starting to try and climb out of it, that’s a sure-fire sign to go for an upgrade.

When that moment arrives, invest in a toddler bed that eases the transition for your baby. Something that’s comfortable and safe, while at the same time allowing your child to grow into the world at a sensible pace. That way, both the baby and the family can sleep peacefully at night.

Moving on to kids’ beds offers a lot of options

Making the transition from a toddler bed to a larger kid’s bed usually starts around the age of four to five. So if your kid is ready to sleep through the night in something bigger, there are a lot of styles and solutions to choose from.

If you’re in need of storage in your child’s room, there are many ways to get some built into the bed. You can get a single bed with drawers underneath, which offers a neat way to keep things tidy. You can keep the pyjamas, toys and books out of sight but close at hand.

There are also loft beds, which can free up a lot of space underneath. Make it the perfect area for homework with a desk or add a wardrobe for maximum clothing storage.

Bunk beds can be a perfect option for siblings who share a room, as these beds for kids maximizes the space available. Here, you also have the option of getting one with an added underbed, creating an extra sleeping area. Something that’ll definitely be practical for all of the sleepovers that are sure to come.