If your child loves Frozen, you will make their year by bringing home Anna and Elsa to their bedroom. Delta Children also has other Disney themed beds including Frozen 2 and Toy Story 4, along with other beloved characters such as Dora, Spider-Man, and Elmo.
While the headboard, footboard, and side rails are made of colorful, high quality plastic, the frame is constructed with steel to ensure a sturdy base. Plus, the lightweight design weighs less your toddler, making the bed a breeze to setup and move about the room as desired.
The size is designed to be paired with a traditional crib mattress, which makes the transition from crib to their very first bed even easier. If desired, you can upgrade to include a mattress with your order.
Overall, it is reasonably priced, sturdy, and a great fit for any kids room.
While themed kids beds are a ton of fun, for those looking for a more timeless, elegant design, this pick from Dream On Me takes the cake. We're in love with the clean lines and availability of finishes to match any room or decor. The sturdy wood construction is boasted to handle up to 50lbs, but we found it can support more than that, as well as putting up with the classic bed jumping all kids are seemingly required to do.
Side rails add extra peace of mind in case your little one is an active sleeper, while an additional support leg on each side increases its strength and stability.
Assembly is a bit more involved than our top pick, and we highly recommend closely following the included instructions to make the process as painless as possible. But rest assured that all tools needed for assembly are included, which is a nice plus.
For a timeless kids bed, you can't go wrong with this choice from Dream On Me.
There is something undeniably magical about a canopy bed -- it can make a simple night's slumber feel like the start of an enchanted adventure. That is what we love about this adorable design from DHP.
Featuring a heart scroll design, the study metal frame is available in pink, gold, and pewter to match your little princess' taste. The option to add sheer curtains, lights, or whatever desired from the canopy adds to the fantastical nature of this bed, and will surely be a place your little one will love to spend, even when not sleeping.
We're also a fan of the slat support system, which makes the need for a box spring completely optional. Simply add your own twin sized mattress and sheets and let the fun unfold!
The Big Oshi toddler bed is fantastic for its simple yet elegant design that is sure to match any room. Made from pine wood with 4 classic finishes to choose from, you can rest assure this bed will be as functional as it is attractive. Similar to many of our picks, the additional two safety rails on the side provide added safety, while a support leg along aids in stability. The low to the ground design also makes it easy for your little one to get in and out of bed on their own.
If safety is top of mind, then be assured that not only does this bed meet all CPSC/ASTM standards, it surpasses them! With a JPMA Certification, this bed has been tested by certified product engineers to make sure everything is up to snuff.
While weighing slightly more than our other picks, at only 22 pounds, it is still relatively lightweight. And with all tools included for assembly, you'll be set up and ready to go in no time.
For the Cars enthusiast, this wooden bed is a great option for active kiddos since both sides have a rail from the headboard all the way to the footboard, providing ultimate safety, as well as aiding in the sweet racecar look. The wood construction is sturdy, and a nice touch compared to plastic options if that is more your aesthetic. Plus the race car design is a classic kid bed, one they will surely be racing to every night.
We're also a fan of the fact that Delta Children is a family-owned business that truly cares. Besides ensuring all their products live up to ASTM standards, they are committed to constructing their products in a eco-friendly way, and ensuring their products last, so less waste ends up in landfills. Additionally, they donate 10% of all profits towards improving the life of children. Their Safe Sleep Campaign gives back to those in needs, including military families, those living below the poverty line, victims of natural disasters, and many others to ensure they have access to cribs, mattresses, and more!
For a fun bed you and your kid can feel good about, look no further.
It's a bed, it's a table and chair set, it's the awesome 3-1 convertible toddler bed from Dream On Me! Besides the versatility, we love that this unique design provides extra side rails at both the headboard and the base, perfect for the very active sleeper. The New Zealand pine wood frame is sturdy, and comes in a variety of finishes, from classic to spunky, to match any taste or decor.
But the real attraction here is the ability to convert the bed into two child-sized large chairs and table, which does require an conversion kit that is sold separately, but is worth it. As a quick note, the cushions for the seats are included in the kit, so it has everything you need.
Once your toddler outgrows their bed, you can still get great use out of this product for many more years!
Children grow fast, and finding the right bed for them as they transition out of their cribs can be a daunting one. Make sure to check safety standards first and foremost, but don't forget to think through the size bed you need, the protective measures included, and the materials it is constructed out of as you weigh your options.
When it comes to products for children, safety is top of mind. That is why all our picks meet ASTM standards, with many also meeting CPSC standards. ASTM international provides the basis for voluntary standards when it comes to procedures and regulations for materials, products, systems and services. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission often works closely with ASTM to ensure the quality and safety of products.
When transitioning out of a crib, there are two primary options available to you: toddler beds and larger twin beds. Both have their benefits. For instance, toddler beds take up less space, and often come with features such as side rails to keep your child from falling out of bed. Not to mention, you can transition your current crib mattress to most toddler beds saving the need to purchase a new mattress. However, they are small, and it won't take your child long to outgrow it. Twin beds are certainly larger, taking up precious space in your child's room despite your child only needing a small percentage of the space it provides, and they don't come with safety rails needed to keep your child from falling out of the bed. However, they don't need to be replaced as often since your child will grow into it and not out of it overtime.
There are different options available for safety rails. The most common are safety rails that extend about a third of the way to halfway down from the headboard. This provides a boundary for your child to roll up to without falling out while still providing them access into the bed from the lower half. Of course if you have an over-active sleeper, you may want to consider a bed with either full side rails or, rails that extend from both the headboard and the footboard, leaving an opening in the middle to access the bed. These options are more restrictive and crib-like, so they may not be a great option for all toddlers, but are helpful for children that move a lot in their sleep.
As with any piece of furniture, make sure to choose the best material for the weight limit and longevity you desire. Solid steel is likely the most durable, while plastic and cheaper woods are less so but come with a lower price tag. Buying cheap will last for a time, and then need to be replaced, while splurging on higher quality materials will ensure a longer lasting product.