Spot Baby – Convertible Nursery Furniture

As a new parent there are many things to consider when choosing the right baby furniture for your newborn. Things like quality, longevity and durability in your nursery furniture. It can be a daunting task, and we are here to help. Today we show you how Spot Baby by VOX gives you an aesthetically pleasing solution that will grow with your child.

Spot Baby Nursery

The Spot Baby Cot Converts Into Toddler Bed

Striking in its A-Frame design with an Acacia shell, solid pine legs and beautiful white rails, the Spot Cot Bed will have your baby sleep in comfort & style whilst you can rest at ease knowing that your little one is sleeping safe and sound. The cot bed complies with European safety standards – making it one of the safest choices on the market for your little one. So the question begs, what sets the Spot Cot Bed apart from the rest.

Spot Baby Nursery

For any new parent, longevity in the furniture they buy for their baby is important. With the Spot Baby Cot Bed your baby will sleep in style right up to the age of 7. Its contemporary design converts easily from a beautiful clean-lined cot with two height settings to a contemporary junior bed that does not still look like a cot turned into a bed. Simply remove the side rails and top extensions of the head and footboard to reveal a junior bed that is sturdy and easy on the eye. The quality material the bed is made from allows for it to be scratch proof and easy to clean – we all know little ones can be messy from time to time, so this removes the worry for you as a new parent. Because of its Acacia shell, the cot bed will form a neutral base for any nursery style and kids bedroom. So as trends change, the Spot Cot Bed remains timeless. What this means for you is an investment piece that will span generations.

Spot Baby Nursery

The Spot Baby Compactum Converts Into a Desk

In the spirit of a balanced space within your baby nursery, the Spot Baby Compactum & Desk follows suit in the design of the cot bed. A well-made changer is essential to your baby nursery as you will be changing quite a bit of nappies. Therefore you would want to opt for a compactum that is sturdy in its design and comfortable for you and your baby. With this in mind, the Spot Compactum & Desk is in a league of its own.

Spot Baby Nursery

With a larger drawer at the bottom and a smaller drawer up top, all your baby’s changing essentials will be kept well organised right where you need it. The raised edges of the changing area provide added security and a sense of comfort for your little one. Because of the signature A-Frame design the Spot Collection prides itself on, the compactum has a beautiful top bar that gives you the option of hanging Ordo organisers (available separately) for easy reach of your little one’s bottle, baby wipes etc. Or simply add a mobile on the top bar to keep your little one entertained whilst changing.

Spot Baby Nursery

Conversion capabilities should excite you as a new parent, because conversion spells longevity. The Spot Compactum & Desk coverts easily, as the name gives it away, into a junior desk by simply removing the bottom larger drawer and lowering the top drawer on the stylish A-frame. With this, your toddler will have a roomy space to get creative with drawing, puzzles, you name it. Because of its quality, this piece of innovative furniture can last well into the teen years. The bottom drawer can be used separately to store toys and their favourite things.

Spot Baby Nursery

All in all, what Spot Baby brings you as a parent is true cost-effectiveness with furniture that grows with your child. Contemporary well-made craftsmanship has never looked this good.

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