Finding the perfect crib is a major dilemma that all expectant parents have to face. Sure, you want to get nothing but the best for your baby. However, these days, it’s equally important to go for something that offers value for your money as well. Well, this 4-in-1 convertible crib is all about providing just that. In fact, even better, as it literally grows with your baby and adapts to your young one’s needs.
Developed by Australian company Cocoon, the Nest Cot is a piece of unique multipurpose furniture that features four configurations. It functions as a bassinet, a crib, a toddler bed and even as a three-piece play table and chair set. So, it essentially evolves along with your baby and remains useful all throughout their formative years.
This 4-in-1 convertible crib transforms into a bassinet, a toddler’s bed and even a play table and chair set!
So, it literally grows with your baby and adapts to your young one’s needs
Made entirely from beechwood, this multipurpose cradle ensures your kid’s comfort and safety without compromising aesthetics. It features a sleek and minimalist design that will surely complement any type of interior.
When configured as a crib, it stands 35.43″ tall and measures 51.18″ long and 29.92″ wide. It fits most doorways and even comes with four lockable caster wheels for fast and easy transport. The base height of the cradle is also adjustable, making it easier for you to pick up your baby. At the same time, it offers added security against escape attempts of young ones who are learning to crawl or walk.
The Nest Cot comes in two colors—white and natural. Each set also includes a Cocoon Smart Mattress that can be used for all configurations of the cradle. Indeed, this convertible baby bed is a wise investment for first-time parents, especially if they’re planning to have more kids in the future.
One satisfied buyer wrote:
“Love it! Great crib! Stylish and great quality!”
Meanwhile, if you’re up for the challenge of DIY-ing your newborn’s crib, then feel free to take inspiration from this resourceful dad who built his son a wooden train crib.