An affordable toddler bed to swoon over

P'Kolino toddler bedToddler beds are really glorious things. They ease the transition from the warm and cozy crib of yore, and the big bad bed of the future. And they’re awesome for small spaces.

The problem is that these little beds can come with a big price tag, and since they are only used for a finite period of time, it can be hard to justify. Fear not, moms and dads of toddlers–we’ve got a new option just for you.

The new P’Kolino Cafe Con Leche toddler bed is everything you could possibly ask for, and so much more. It’s got a modern aesthetic that’s easy on the eyes. Plus, the price is right
on the money at just under $300. No kidding.

To top it off, you get more than a bed for your money; the Cafe con Leche folds into a sweet chair, perfect for reading
and lounging. When it’s time to go to bed, it easily transforms into the
perfect sized bed for your little one or a sleepover guest. Kind of like a Murphy bed, only way
cooler and much more twenty first century.
-Eva



P’Kolino is available at a number of retailers around the country or order the P’Kolino Cafe Con Leche toddler bed from their website. Bonus! Like them on Facebook and they will let you know of special deals. Buy something highlighted on Facebook, and they will credit your favorite local store. How cool is that?

Eva Glettner is a lover of street art and skateboarding, the blogger behind Skate Mamas, and a former contributor to Cool Mom Picks

3 Comments

  • Reply September 17, 2011

    Mary

    We have this bed and we love it. However, the conversion to chair is actually not simple. It’s not like a sleeper sofa or a murphy bed where you just fold/unfold and it’s a bed. To turn it into a chair you basically have to take the bed apart and “start over” from the parts. It’s something you’d just do once, after you’re done using it as a bed.

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    Reply September 17, 2011

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    Thanks Mary, that’s great to know.

  • Reply September 17, 2011

    Steve

    We also have this bed, and we’ve found the conversion to be quite easy at 10 minutes. You remove the head & foot boards and half the bed frame angles up to form the chair bask rest.
    While we agree that its not and daily conversion, it easy to do once a week when kids come over for a visit.
    We love it, but more importantly so does our 3 year old.

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