Baby Cot & Cribs

Why does your baby need their own bed?

Start With Sleep

Everyone has different opinions about sleeping arrangements, but no one can argue this: You need sleep and so does your baby. Start with a crib and build your nursery around it.

"The most important piece of furniture is the crib."  |  "It's highly regulated and the safest sleep environment possible."

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends sharing the same room with your baby for the first 6 months. (Though not the same bed -- babies should always have their own sleep surface.)

Speaking of safety, some cribs come with a smell: That's the gasses from paint and glue. It'll go away after a while, especially if you air out the room consistently. If being green is important to you, RaaB™ Family Multi-Functional Baby Cot can be your choice.

Why Choose Your Baby Cots from RaaB? 

Style Meets Function

Our cots and baby cribs are designed to seamlessly blend style with functionality, offering a modern and elegant aesthetic that complements any nursery decor. From sleek lines to charming details, our cots elevate the look of your baby's sleeping space while providing essential comfort and security.

Multifunctional and Convertible

Embrace versatility with our multifunctional and convertible baby beds. Designed to grow with your child, these cots can be easily transformed into toddler beds or daybeds, extending their usability beyond the infant years.

Long-Lasting Durability

Planning a baby nursery for your new bundle of joy? Rest assured that our cots are crafted with the highest quality materials and undergo rigorous testing to meet stringent international safety standards. Built to withstand the test of time, our cots offer long-lasting durability and reliability, providing a safe and comfortable sleeping environment for your little one.

How to Choose the Perfect Baby Cot for Your Baby Nursery

Review Available Space

Before selecting a baby cot, assess the amount of space available in your nursery. Measure the dimensions of the room to ensure the cot fits comfortably without overcrowding the space. Consider factors such as doorways, windows, and other furniture placements to optimise the layout.

Consider Placement

Determine the ideal placement for the baby cot within the nursery. Place the cot away from windows, curtains, blinds, and cords to prevent accidents and ensure proper ventilation. Avoid positioning the cot near direct sunlight as well to maintain a comfortable sleeping environment for your baby.

Evaluate Safety Features

Look for baby cots with safety features such as adjustable mattress heights, teething rails, and secure locking mechanisms. 

Assess Quality and Durability

Choose cots made from sturdy materials such as solid wood or metal frames, ensuring stability and support for your baby.

Frequently Asked Questions About Baby Cots & Cribs

1. How do I choose the right baby cot for my nursery?

When selecting a baby cot, consider factors such as available space, safety features, and durability. Look for cots with adjustable mattress heights, sturdy construction, and safety certifications to provide a secure sleeping environment for your baby.

2. Can I use a baby cot for co-sleeping?

While some baby cots are designed for co-sleeping with features like removable sides, it's important to follow safety guidelines to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Ensure the cot meets safety standards and never place soft bedding, pillows, or toys in the cot while co-sleeping.

3. How should I maintain and clean my baby cot?

To maintain your baby cot, regularly inspect it for any signs of wear and tear, loose parts, or damage. Clean the cot with a mild detergent and warm water, and avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners. 

4. When should I transition my baby from a cot to a toddler bed?

The transition from a baby cot to a toddler bed typically occurs between 18 months and 3 years of age, depending on your child's development and readiness. Look for signs that your child is ready to transition, such as climbing out of the cot or expressing interest in a big kid bed. Ensure the toddler bed meets safety standards and provides a safe sleeping environment for your growing child.