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A home within a home for your children, with Lifetime Kidsrooms’ Lake House Kids Single Bed. This children’s bed is designed to be a private cottage and sanctuary for your angels, with roof panels and dazzling white windows. This cosy, sleep haven will ensure your daughter sleeps soundly as she flies around with fairies in her dreams.
The Lake House Kids Single Bed is an excellent bed for little ones as young as two-years old as they can climb in very easily. With the bed panels on the sides of the bed, it ensures your little ones won’t have little tumbles from their bed during the night.
Lifetime Kidsrooms’ children beds are a lifelong investment. Each kids bed is convertible and can be transformed into a kids single bed, kids loft bed or kids bunk bed, taking your child through different phases of their childhood. Thanks to its solid pine wood source from deep Scandinavian forests, the bed frame remains sturdy and stable after any form of conversion. In addition, all Lifetime kids beds and kids furniture are TUV certified and exceed legal standards for safety and quality.
Bed includes standard slats with 16 slats (max. 150 kg) or upgrade to luxury slats with 28 slats (max. 200 kg).
Lake House Bed: H181cm X W207cm X D102/114cm Mattress: D90cm x W200cm
With more than 40 years of producing high-quality kids furniture and kids beds under their belt, Lifetime Kidsrooms has stuck to one motto: CHILDREN JUST NEED TO PLAY, EXPLORE AND HAVE FUN. A Lifetime bed, as its name suggests, is a lifelong investment as each bed can be converted to a kids loft bed, kids bunk bed, and kids single bed that can be fitted and accessorised with dreamy canopies or even exciting Treehouse designs fitted with hut panels. Made of solid wood, these beds are sturdy and stable after any form of conversion. In addition, all beds are TUV certified and exceed legal standards for safety and quality. For both Lifetime and your child, only the best is acceptable.
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