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Cabin beds for adventurous children

Cabin beds for adventurous children



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What child has not dreamed of having his own cabin to be able to take refuge there and hide his little secrets? With the cabin bed, the dream becomes reality! Made on a height of around two meters, cabin beds come in different forms.Some look like a small house, with a pointed roof and sometimes windows . Others are mezzanine beds to which are attached strips of recreating tissue a cabin space in the lower part . These cabin beds are equipped with a ladder so that the child has access to the box spring (often in 90x190cm). Some even have slides . The cabin bed is generally made of solid wood pine or fir or even beech and mounts once in the child's room (allow 30 minutes to 2:30 depending on the model). It is offered in raw or painted color. Be careful with the weight, some weigh around 150 kilos. Fabrics are attached to the cabin bed, either to create the roof or attached to the box spring to create the cabin space.These fabrics exist in different colors and patterns (flowers, peas, stripes…). Some brands offer a wide variety of fabrics to adopt with the structure of their choice. Finally, some cabin beds evolve with the child like the Ludolit at Mobilwood . The principle is simple, the mattress can be fixed at the desired height, from the floor "to the ceiling". From birth to adolescence, the child thus keeps the same bed that evolves with him. Prices range from 1,000 to 2,000 euros at specialist retailers. Some major brands also offer cabin beds at a lower price (Conforama). Note that the classic cabin beds are accessible to children from about six years old. Some addresses: Anders Mobil Wood File baby dreams in your room Vibel Conforama