Category: Kids Mattress

Bed bunks for South Africa

Bed bunks for South Africa

Here’s the solution to living space situation in South Africa — bed bunks stacked over each other, like apartment buildings.

The bed accommodates single mattresses each and when not in use as a sleeping space it could be a seating option, much like sofas. An orphanage in Wellington, South Africa already makes use of this.

Butterfly Dream

Butterfly Dream

Pretty, pretty, pretty. Most girls room ought to be pretty. Of course, pink and butterflies do absolutely that. But for practical reasons, this bedding is also a good buy because it is super affordable and is on sale for $31.98 (originally at $99.00).  Made in Portugal, Butterfly Dream is made of 200 thread count percale cotton.

Soccer-Themed Bedframe

Soccer-Themed Bedframe

This soccer bed frame is perfect for your sporty teen-age girls, who probably don’t appreciate a room decorated in flowers and pinks.

The Soccer Frame by Julian Bowen is a childrens metal frame. It has a curved style headboard with football motifs and matching footend. The footend is the bottom part of the bedstead. Manufactured in metal and finished in white. Supplied flat packed and with a fully sprung wooden slatted base. This bedstead is available in 3′0″ size only. (Mattress Not Included)

Safety bed products for babies may cause harm

Safety bed products for babies may cause harm

Some baby devices added on the the baby’s crib or bed may actually cause more harm than good. But you can prevent this from happening according to Parents magazine, which has provided simple solutions to potential dangers to the little ones.

Crib bumpers

The risk: While these pads can keep your baby from bumping her head, they may be risky. “Once a baby is able to roll, she can press her face against a bumper and suffocate,” says Laura Reno, spokesperson for First Candle, a national SIDS nonprofit organization. Safe strategy: Bumpers may make a crib look pretty, but it’s really best to avoid them. If you do decide to use them, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) advises choosing ones that are thin, firm and well-secured. Be sure to remove them once your child can roll or, at the latest, when he can stand up in his crib.
Memory Foam in Hot Pink!

Memory Foam in Hot Pink!

This is ideally made for a teener’s bed room. The mattress itself is in its usual color, it’s the actual mattress cover that is pink. It also comes in dark blue (for boys). The memory foam is 8 inches thick with removable, washable, hypoallergenic cover.

Boys’ Themed Bedroom from Next

Boys’ Themed Bedroom from Next

Decorating the room for a boy transitioning into teenhood? Next provides some bedroom essentials just for it.

While this is for a single bed, there is also a double version available in the store. The patches can be individually bought to add to the bed cover, but may also be placed on cushions or curtains, to complete the look of the bedroom.

The Dylan Crib System

The Dylan Crib System

How much would you pay for a baby crib? Would $6,000 be too much? What if it comes with tons of feature that it can be called a “crib system”?

The Dylan crib system is more than a crib. Attached to the frame is a changing table and a bonding bench. And it converts to a modernist toddler bed as soon as the baby has outgrown the crib.

Cardboard Baby Cradle

Cardboard Baby Cradle

Does this look like a sturdy and safe baby cradle to you?

It does look like solid wood, no? But yes it is made of cardboard and the frame is actually thick enough to accommodate a baby who is five months old. It’s from ReturDesign a Sweden based furniture company which supports eco-consciousness and it is priced at about $175.