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Delivery time 30 Workdays
- Order number: BettUmbZIGi-Ju
If your toddler starts to voice their displeasure at still being in a cot, or even starts to climb over the sides, you can simply turn the cot into a junior bed. You just need another expansion set with two bed sides, and your child can carry on sleeping surrounded by healthy pine wood.
The sleeping area is 149 cm x 70 cm. The slats and children’s mattress from the cot can be used in the junior bed.
Details at a glance:
- With the modular pine system: from cot to junior bed!
- Available in other woods e.g. walnut or beech
- Junior bed – 780 mm wide, 320 mm high, 1480 mm long
- All dimensions and weights are approximate
- We purposefully have not removed any irregularities or knots from the wood. These properties make each piece unique. Outside influences such as temperature, humidity etc can lead to changes to the wood.
- The bed is made from solid pine, which features an aromatic scent.
- As this is a NATURAL PRODUCT, your delivered product may differ in colour from your existing furniture. New furniture will age to fit in with your older furniture.
Delivery and Assembly
- Delivery includes: junior bed expansion set - without decoration or mattress
- Assembly required
- User-friendly assembly, we recommend home-assembly be undertaken by two people.
furniture is tested. Here you can view our certificate information and consumer information by entering Gustav Konrad: www.tuev-sued.de/produktpruefung/zertifikatsdatenbank
Colour and surface structure
It is perfectly normal for the wood's natural light colour to darken slightly with age.
Since we treat our natural timbers with care and work with the wood as nature let it grow, you may find inconsistencies in the surface structure, because even within the same piece of timber there are slight differences in the grain, structure and colour.
We would also like to point out that stone pine wood is a very soft wood. Improper treatment, such as cutting or hammering on it, should be avoided, as this may result in unsightly cut or pressure marks.
Care instructions: wipe with a damp cloth!
Further information can also be found here: Caring for wood!