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Pkolino Toddler Bed - Cafe con Leche - Wood - Convertible - PKFFBCL

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Premium, café wood finish and milky white highlights give this playful P’kolino favorite a double shot of modern sophistication.


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Product Code: PKFFBCL

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Introducing the P’kolino Café con Leche Collection!

Premium, café wood finish with milky white highlights gives these playful P’kolino favorites a double shot of modern sophistication.

A Bed, A Chair and Back Again!

This playfully functional bed smartly converts into a cozy chair to extend the use; change it back again for sleepovers. Extremely attractive, and durable; the P’kolino Toddler Bed is a functional and smart alternative the standard bed. Quality wood construction with a protective clear finish make this stylish bed parent approved!

Perfectly sized for little ones, it fits any standard size crib mattress. Equipped with side rails to prevent rolling out and a cozy chair pad to use when this fashionable toddler bed is in the chair mode. Available in two stylish colors. Side rails to prevent rolling out.

This product is only available on P'kolino.com


P’kolino products meet or exceed US, EU, and Canadian safety standards. Product Made in China. Designed in USA by Elizabeth Ganrude.

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Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

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Great first bed August 13, 2012
Reviewer: Rachelle from Virginia, USA  
My son thinks it is more fun to use as a jungle gym to climb up and down, but he is able to get in and out on his own at 16 months old.  Great color and matches our room furniture great.  Definitely takes TWO people to put together, don't remember if it said that on the box.  Plus, it does help *not* to have your toddler in the room at the time trying to climb on it.  Some pieces can fall on them.  Be careful of the wood pegs and screwing things on tightly.  My husband tried to hand bang a board back on the pegs and pushed the pegs nearly through the finishing.  Does not feel cheaply made though, just a weird hit from him being to "manly" at the project.

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