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What's The Difference
The Traditional Toddler Bed offers an ideal transition for the toddler who is ready to leave the crib. Safety dictates our design: the bed is low to the ground and features effective roll-out protection on all four sides. Toddlers always love this special bed since it is their own size and can accommodate their standard crib mattress and bedding. Quick and simple assembly also makes this bed easy to store when not in use.
The Traditional Toddler Bed pairs well with the Traditional Bookcase and the Toddler Bedside Stand.
- On unfinished or natural orders you may see small blueish streaks in the knotty pine which is called "blue stain". To learn more see the Materials page of the website. Streaks are small and light enough that when ordered in honey oak, espresso or painted they wont be noticeable.
- Recommended for ages 18 months to four years.
- Assembly required.
Dimensions:53" (L) x 29 1/2" (W) x 17 1/2" (H)
Material: Knotty Pine construction throughout when ordered in Unfinished, Natural, Honey Oak, or Espresso. When ordered in Pink, Lavender, White, Gray or Linen, the box will be made of MDF for a smoother finish.
Weight: Knotty Pine construction - approximately 47lbs, MDF construction - approximately 58lbs, Birch construction - approximately 50lbs.
Made in Denver, Colorado
All finishes are water-based paints and stains so that our furniture is non-toxic and safe for children. There may be an odor when first unpacked but will dissipate more rapidly with warmer temperatures and air movement.
About Little Colorado
Little Colorado was established in 1986 in Golden, Colorado. From day one, the founders set their sights on building high-quality, wooden toddler furniture at a reasonable price, and for thirty years, as competitors moved manufacturing to Asia, they continued making all their products in the USA.
In 2016 Noelle Baker and her husband, Bill Hare, moved from Iowa to Denver to buy the business. Bill’s favorite class in high school was woodworking, and that interest led to an undergraduate degree in industrial design and to a thirty-year professional career in manufacturing and marketing within a Fortune 500 setting. But he had always imagined owning his own small business, and the opportunity at Little Colorado fulfilled that dream. Noelle is a writer and enthusiastic about any collaboration that fosters imagination, creative play, and social responsibility. Together, they are maintaining Little Colorado’s historic fidelity to quality, safety, and American-made, handcrafted furniture, but they are also expanding the scope of their toddler furniture line to emphasize clean, modern furniture, innovative toy boxes, and playful, interactive designs.
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