Collection: Luxury Cribs

Check out our Luxury Bedside Cribs Collection! It's all about blending safety and style for parents who know what they want. These cribs are carefully made to snugly attach to your bed, so your baby stays close and cozy. They're super adaptable, giving you peace of mind and a chic touch to your nursery. Our priority is making sure your baby is safe and comfy while you bond. Take a look at our collection and take your bedtime routine to a whole new level of luxury

Discover the ultimate in convenience and comfort for you and your newborn with our premium collection of bedside cribs. Designed to foster a seamless bonding experience from the very first day, our range includes the innovative attached bedside crib, allowing for safe and close sleep alongside your bed. Perfect for those precious early months, our bedside crib for newborns ensures your little one has their own cozy space right at arm's reach. For parents seeking gentle motion to soothe their baby back to sleep, our rocking bedside crib offers a soothing, rhythmic movement, ensuring peaceful slumber for even the most restless sleepers. Elevate your nursery with the cutting-edge electric bedside crib, featuring adjustable settings for convenience and ease, providing the perfect environment for your baby to rest comfortably. Each crib in our collection is meticulously designed with safety, comfort, and ease of use in mind, ensuring your baby’s sleeping space is not only close to you but also supportive of their development. Embrace the blend of functionality and modern design with our bedside cribs, creating a nurturing and secure sleeping arrangement that supports the special bond between you and your newborn.

Bedside Crib FAQ's

Should you use a bedside crib?

Using a bedside crib can offer several advantages for both parents and newborns, making it a popular choice for those early months. Here are some reasons why you might consider using one:

  1. Convenience for Night Feeding: With a bedside crib, your baby is within arm's reach, making night feedings more convenient and less disruptive for both of you. This can be especially beneficial for breastfeeding mothers.
  2. Eases Comforting: If your baby wakes up during the night, it's easy to reach over to soothe them back to sleep without having to get out of bed.
  3. Promotes Bonding: Keeping your baby close by during the night can help strengthen the bond between parent and child, providing reassurance to both.
  4. Safe Co-Sleeping: Bedside cribs offer a safe way to practice co-sleeping, as they provide the baby with their own safe sleeping space while still being incredibly close to their parents. This setup adheres to safe sleep guidelines while meeting the need for closeness.
  5. Visibility: Many bedside cribs have mesh sides, allowing you to easily see your baby. This can provide peace of mind throughout the night.
  6. Adjustable: Most bedside cribs are designed to adjust to the height of your bed, ensuring a snug fit and easy access to your baby.

While bedside cribs offer these benefits, whether to use one depends on your personal preference, your nighttime parenting practices, and your baby's needs. It's also important to follow all safety guidelines for setup and use, ensuring the crib is securely attached to your bed (if applicable) and that the sleeping environment is safe for the baby.

How long can a baby stay in a bedside crib?

A baby can typically stay in a bedside crib until they are about 6 months old or until they start to show signs of being able to roll over, sit up, kneel, or pull themselves up. This milestone can vary from baby to baby, so it's important to monitor your child's development and make the transition to a more suitable sleeping arrangement, such as a cot or crib without attached bedding to your bed, when they begin to outgrow the bedside crib or exhibit increased mobility. Always refer to the manufacturer's guidelines regarding weight and age limits for the specific model of bedside crib you are using to ensure safety.

Is a next to me crib safe?

A next-to-me crib, designed to be placed adjacent to the parent's bed with one side open towards the bed, can be safe for a baby when used correctly and according to the manufacturer's guidelines. These cribs offer the benefits of co-sleeping without the associated risks of sharing the same sleeping surface. To ensure safety, consider the following:

  1. Follow Assembly Instructions: Ensure the crib is correctly assembled and securely attached to the bed if it has this feature.
  2. Check for Standards: The crib should meet the safety standards set by relevant authorities or organizations in your country.
  3. Proper Fit: Make sure there are no gaps between the crib and the adult bed where the baby could potentially get trapped.
  4. Safe Sleeping Environment: The crib should have a firm mattress, fit snugly without gaps, and be free from loose bedding, pillows, and stuffed animals to minimize the risk of suffocation or Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
  5. Monitor Developmental Milestones: Move the baby to a different sleeping arrangement if they begin to roll over, sit up, or show any sign of being able to climb out, to prevent falls.
  6. Manufacturer's Guidelines: Adhere to the manufacturer’s recommendations for weight and age limits.

When these safety precautions are followed, next-to-me cribs can offer a practical and safe way to keep your baby close during the night, facilitating easier feeding and bonding.

Do babies sleep better in a bedside crib?

Many parents find that babies do sleep better in a bedside crib during the first few months. This improvement in sleep quality can be attributed to several factors:

  1. Proximity to Parents: Being close to their parents can make babies feel more secure and comfortable, potentially leading to better sleep. The parents' presence can be soothing, as babies are reassured by the sounds of breathing and heartbeat, reminiscent of being in the womb.
  2. Easier Nighttime Feeding and Soothing: With the baby right next to the bed, parents can quickly respond to hunger cues or discomfort, often before the baby fully wakes up. This quick response can help the baby settle back to sleep more easily after feeding or being comforted.
  3. Maintaining a Safe Sleep Environment: Bedside cribs are designed to keep the baby on a separate surface while still being incredibly close to the parent, adhering to safe sleep guidelines which recommend that babies sleep in the same room as their parents for at least the first six months to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
  4. Temperature Regulation: Being close to their parents can help babies regulate their body temperature more effectively, which is conducive to better sleep.

However, it's important to remember that every baby is unique, and what works for one may not work for another. Factors such as the baby's temperament, health, and specific needs, as well as the parents' comfort and sleeping arrangements, can influence how well a baby sleeps in a bedside crib.