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Fabulous, Fun Toddler Beds


Our toddler beds come in a wide range of designs and in true Cuckooland style, we have a collection that is guaranteed to knock those little socks off. Our junior bed collection incorporates a sense of creative fun and wonderful imagination that is sure to appeal to your little one. We have princess beds aplenty, cute dollhouse-style beds, as well as airplane-shaped beds, racing car beds, and even boat beds designed to sail through even the choppiest of waters. View our full collection of kids' beds here.

Our range of toddlers beds has been created by some of the best children’s furniture manufacturers around. Kid Kraft, Lifetime, and Kalon Studios all lend a hand in creating a spectacular collection of toddler beds that cannot be rivaled. Each toddler bed has been designed with the best quality materials to ensure practicality and durability and to make sure it lasts. The greatest care has been taken when producing these fabulous children's beds and you can be sure that each one passes all the safety requirements needed. So browse our incredible collection of toddler beds today and find that all important follow on bed for your (no so) little one.


Cot to Toddler Bed Transition Table: 

 Bed Type  Dimensions  Recommended Age
 Crib  60cm x 120cm (2'0" x 4'0")  From birth to around 2 years old
 Cot  60cm x 120cm (2'0" x 4'0")  From birth to around 2 years old
 Cot Bed  70cm x 140cm (2'3" x 4'7")  Around 18 months to 4 years old
 Toddler Bed  70cm x 140cm (2'3" x 4'7")  Around 18 months to 4 years old


Top 3 Toddler Beds FAQ's

Those intermediate years between a baby and a child can be difficult to shop for. You’ll want kids bedroom furniture that appeals to their growing wonder of the world, whilst still keeping them oh-so safe and secure, right? Subsequently, toddler beds are a careful and considered purchase for any parent – our sleep experts know you want something functional (and unique) and stimulating enough for your child to blossom during these formative years.

You’ll find lots of handy tips in our toddler bed guide, but if you still need some answers, here are some of our most frequently asked questions to help:

  1. What age should we make the switch to a toddler bed?

  2. This isn’t set in stone, but generally 18 months (or thereabouts) is appropriate to start thinking about the cot-to-bed transition. Your baby will start outgrowing the dimensions of their cot anyway, so you’ll more or less know when it’s time.

  3. What size mattress and bedding do I need for a toddler bed?

  4. Although intermediate options are available, 140cm x 70cm is the standard size for a toddler mattress. Toddler mattresses are typically smaller than a standard single bed mattress. We also stock appropriate bedding that’s slightly bigger, for maximum comfort when tucking your tot up at night. You can learn more about our kids mattresses here.

  5. How stimulating should the toddler bed design be?

  6. Put simply: as stimulating as you like! Your darling will already be forming the core elements of their personality. Listen to them, and respond accordingly, to create a space they’ll love bedding down in. And when they are old enough to move from a toddler bed to a proper kids bed we have everything from high treehouse beds and mid sleeper beds to themed fairy, princess and rocket ship's to tent and caravan beds and even childrens beds that resemble replica VW Beetles, camper vans and Ferrari's! We also have a new range we're extremely excited about- the ultimate in Storage and Style from our fabulous new Polish friends Vox. 

Require more assistance?

Soothing your toddler off to sleep can take some doing, particularly if growing pains are keeping them up at night. Thankfully, the tried and tested method of getting those eyelids heavy remains your secret weapon – the bedtime read, of course! We’ve picked plenty of books, for a variety of tastes, sure to get your child drifting to the land of Nod, in our guide to the best children’s bedtime stories. Alternatively, view our kids bed guide, here.

Saying that, if you still want tips and tricks for a sound night’s sleep, email or give us a call on +44 (0) 1305 231231 to have a chat with our friendly Customer Service Team.


Toddler Bed Guides & Advice

The Ultimate Toddler Bed Guide

Our guide to toddler beds is the ideal partner in your quest to find the best sleeping solution for your child.

The 7 Benefits of Choosing a Toddler Bed

When they’re ready, your munchkin will need a bed of their own, and that’s where the decision and choice gets a little tricky – there are just so many options available, from cot conversions to twin sleepers to full sized single beds...

How to move from a Cot Bed to a Toddler Bed

The pilgrimage of parenting is full of memorable milestones; your little angel’s first adorable smile (or was that a cheeky bout of wind!), their first comprehendible word (open to interpretations of course… I’m almost certain it was “mum”, but it could have been ‘bum’), their first spoon of oh-so-tasty gloop and then of course the transition from their baby cot into their very first big bed.

Moving from a Cot Bed to a Toddler Bed FAQ's:

1. At what age should I consider moving my child from a cot bed to a toddler bed?

Most children are ready to transition from a cot bed to a toddler bed between the ages of 18 months and 3 years old. However, individual readiness can vary, so it's essential to consider your child's development, sleep patterns, and behavior before making the transition.

2. How do I know if my child is ready to move to a toddler bed?

Signs that your child may be ready to transition to a toddler bed include climbing out of the cot bed, showing interest in a big kid bed, or experiencing difficulty sleeping in the cot bed. Additionally, if your child is approaching the height or weight limits of the cot bed, it may be time to consider making the switch.

3. What size mattress does a toddler bed use, and will it fit my cot bed frame?

Toddler beds typically use a crib-sized mattress, which measure 140cm x 70cm (a standard size for a toddler mattress), although intermediate options are available. Most cot bed frames are designed to accommodate a standard crib mattress, so a toddler mattress should fit snugly within the cot bed frame without any issues.

4. How can I make the transition from a cot bed to a toddler bed smoother for my child?

To make the transition smoother for your child, involve them in the process and make it an exciting and positive experience. Allow your child to help choose their new toddler bed and bedding, and create a cozy and inviting sleep environment. Establish a consistent bedtime routine to help your child feel secure and comfortable in their new bed. Take a look at this fabulous Shorty Toddler Bunk Bed to help make this experience an exciting one! 

5. Should I use bed rails or guardrails on the toddler bed?

Bed rails or guardrails can provide added safety and security for your child when transitioning from a cot bed to a toddler bed. They create a barrier to prevent your child from rolling out of bed during the night, giving you peace of mind. Consider using bed rails or guardrails until your child becomes accustomed to the new bed and can safely navigate getting in and out of bed on their own.

6. What should I do if my child has trouble adjusting to the toddler bed?

It's common for children to experience some difficulty adjusting to a new sleeping environment, especially when transitioning from a cot bed to a toddler bed. Be patient and supportive as your child adapts to the change, and offer reassurance and comfort during this transition period. Stick to a consistent bedtime routine and provide positive reinforcement for using the toddler bed successfully. If your child continues to have trouble adjusting, consider consulting with a pediatrician or sleep specialist for additional support and guidance.


How to Create a Toddler Safe Bedroom

As your bambino reaches the toddler stage, you can feel even more protective of them than before. With inquisitive minds and curious imaginations, your home can suddenly appear to include a long list of potential dangers for tots who are starting to explore their surroundings – often with gusto! That’s where we’re here to help – by suggesting seven toddler-safe products that’ll reduce the risk of tumbles and trapped fingers.

How to Create a Safe Toddler Bedroom FAQ's:

1. What are the key safety considerations when designing a toddler bedroom?

When designing a toddler bedroom, it's essential to prioritize safety above all else. Key considerations include ensuring furniture is securely anchored to the wall to prevent tipping, covering electrical outlets with safety caps, keeping window blinds and cords out of reach, and removing small objects or choking hazards from the room.

2. What type of bed is safest for toddlers?

A low-profile toddler bed or a standard twin bed with guardrails is safest for toddlers. These beds are low to the ground, making it easier for toddlers to get in and out safely. Guardrails provide added protection to prevent falls during the night, giving parents peace of mind.

3. How can I prevent furniture tip-over accidents in my toddler's bedroom?

To prevent furniture tip-over accidents, anchor heavy furniture such as dressers, bookcases, and chests of drawers to the wall using furniture straps or brackets. This will help prevent furniture from tipping over if a child climbs or pulls on it. Additionally, avoid placing heavy items on high shelves or furniture that could become unbalanced.

4. What should I look for in toddler-safe bedding?

When choosing bedding for a toddler, prioritize safety by selecting bedding that fits snugly on the mattress without loose or excess fabric. Avoid using pillows, blankets, or comforters in the toddler bed, as they can pose suffocation hazards. Opt for fitted crib sheets or toddler bed sheets made from breathable materials such as cotton.

5. How can I childproof the windows in my toddler's bedroom?

Childproofing windows is crucial to prevent accidents and injuries. Install window guards or window stops to prevent windows from opening more than a few inches, reducing the risk of falls. Additionally, keep window blind cords out of reach by using cord cleats or cord shorteners to prevent strangulation hazards.

6. What are some other general safety tips for a toddler's bedroom?

Other general safety tips for a toddler's bedroom include securing area rugs to the floor to prevent slips and falls, installing nightlights to provide visibility during nighttime visits to the bathroom, and keeping toys and books organized and stored away when not in use to prevent tripping hazards. Regularly inspect the room for potential hazards and make adjustments as needed to ensure a safe environment for your toddler.

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