Coquillage Baby Bed - 140 x 70cm
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This gorgeous baby cot features handwoven rattan fibres by expert furniture craftsmen, and highlights a braided pattern at the headboard and footboard. The frame, feet, and sides of the bed are made of solid wood (white cedar), painted with a water-based finish for a safer sleeping environment for your little one.
The adjustable base allows you to adjust the height (medium and low) as your baby grows, and there is also an optional evolutive side that will help your little one transition to independence. Whether you're looking for a classic or modern look for your nursery, the Coquillage Baby Bed is sure to please.
Solid wood (white cedar) from ecologically managed forests, natural woven rattan. Water-based paints and varnishes, without solvents or fumes.
Accommodates a L140cm x W70cm mattress (not included). You can purchase the mattress separately from mothercare or pupsik.
To clean, wipe down with a soft damp cloth. You may use a mild detergent if a more thorough clean is required.
- Do not use wet wipes or other products as these may contain ingredients that can react with water-based paint. Ensure any spills are wiped up immediately.
- Do not leave wet or damp items for long periods of time.
- Do not use harsh detergents or abrasives as the chemicals in these may cause damage to the water-based paint.
If you need to move the item, lift and carry instead of dragging it, as it may cause the joins to become misaligned.
Self-assembly option available
Easy to self-assemble, with full step-by-step instructions provided.
Equipment required based on instruction manual:
1 x Phillips Screwdriver
1 x Standard Screwdriver
As a guide, assembly would take two persons approximately two hours.
About Théo Bébé
Théo Bébé is a French-owned company with decades of experience in baby furniture. With a manufacturing workshop in Indonesia, Théo Bébé is distributed to a dozen countries, and ships everywhere around Europe. Each piece of Théo Bébé furniture that comes into contact with babies is tested by the French laboratory Pourquery to ensure they meet all relevant French and European standards.