Boori Eton Convertible Plus Cotbed, 3-Drawer Dresser and Wardrobe Set, White

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The Eton furniture range boasts a timeless style that will provide the perfect surroundings for your child. The cotbed can be easily converted so that the Eton set grows with your child and is functional and stylish for many years to come. Made from solid cotton wood, the cotbed has two base heights for ease of access and to keep baby safe, this cotbed is suitable from birth to around 3 years old. At this stage, it converts easily into a toddler bed by removing the side rail and adding the toddler guard (included). This toddler bed is suitable for a child up to approximately 5 years of age. Once your child has outgrown the toddler bed, it remains functional by converting into a sofa. It is possible to convert the product even further with the addition of an Eton Convertible Plus Conversion Kit. This kit converts your cotbed into a full size double bed with sofa. The conversion kit is sold separately. The cotbed is delivered flat pack for home assembly. The dresser has 3 deep, fully extendable storage drawers that sit on metal runners for a smooth action, and features dovetailed joints. The top of the dresser can be used as a changing station. The dresser comes fully assembled and the change tray is packed flat for home assembly. The Boori Universal Wardrobe is a good-sized addition to the nursery. It has two solid drawers that sit on metal runners for a smooth action, and features dovetailed joints. It also features a hanging rail and handy storage shelf. The top section arrives flat packed for home assembly, while the bottom section comes fully assembled.

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