Today’s Tot Austin Toddler Bed: A Bed To Call Their Own

When it comes time for the “big girl or boy bed,” there are a few things to consider. Safety is number one: you don’t want mission or slatted-style headboards and baseboards that little heads or feet can get stuck in. Durability is another biggie. Tots in new beds are known to jump and bounce around (whether we warn against it or not! What kid doesn’t love treating their bed like a trampoline?!). And practicality helps – some storage perhaps?

Today’s Tot Austin toddler bed has it all. With a solid, curved headboard and footboard there are no openings to entice little tot parts. It’s made of solid birch hardwood (no composites here) that is strong and durable, so it can happily take toddler abuse! And concerning functionality, it has a trundle drawer on metal runners underneath the bed that’s perfect for extra storage (and prevents little ones from hiding under the bed). And, of course, it comes with removable guardrails. You have a choice of cherry, natural, or oak finish to match any décor. So, as long as you’re not against putting it together yourself, the this is a great choice for after-the-crib and before-the-adult-bed. And at this price, you just can’t beat it!

On Babyage for $119.99 (marked down from $199.99 – and shipping is free!).

2 thoughts on “Today’s Tot Austin Toddler Bed: A Bed To Call Their Own

  1. oh! oh! I so love this bed! What I particularly love about this product is that it stands only a few inches to the floor, so I do not worry about my son hurting himself in case he falls off. Our son also loves the under bed storage where I find many of his artwork and drawing nowadays. It is a bit shallow, but you can store blankets and sheets in it. Although this bed requires assembly, it is not at all difficult to assemble the whole thing. I even joked that I can probably assemble it on my own – and I am bad at carpentry!

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