Collection: Luxury Cots

Discover the pinnacle of nursery refinement with our Luxury Cot Collection. Impeccably crafted for discerning parents, each nursery cot & baby cot embodies a fusion of opulent materials, timeless design, and uncompromising safety standards. 

Welcome to our exclusive collection of baby cots, thoughtfully designed to provide the perfect sleeping solution for your little one from the very beginning. Whether you're preparing a serene nursery for a girl with a beautiful white cot, a bold space for a boy with a sleek grey cot, or a shared room for twins, our selection caters to every family's needs. Our cots are not just about aesthetics; functionality takes the forefront with options like cots with drawers, offering convenient storage solutions to keep essentials within arm's reach. Each cot comes with a comfortable, supportive mattress, ensuring your baby enjoys a restful sleep every night. For parents expecting twins, our specially designed cots for twins provide a safe and cozy sleeping environment for both babies. Crafted with care, our cots for girls and boys blend seamlessly into any nursery decor, combining safety, comfort, and style. Explore our collection to find the perfect cot that promises sweet dreams for your baby and peace of mind for you.

Baby Cot FAQ's

What age should a baby be in a cot?

A baby can use a cot from birth until approximately 2 to 3 years old. The transition from a cot to a toddler bed or regular bed usually depends on the child's growth and development, such as their ability to climb out of the cot or if they have outgrown the space. It's essential to ensure the cot meets safety standards and is used with a suitable mattress to provide a safe, comfortable sleeping environment for your baby.

Is it worth buying a baby cot?

Yes, buying a baby cot is worth considering for several reasons:

  1. Safety: Cots are designed to meet strict safety standards, providing a secure sleeping environment for infants. They have fixed sides and a firm mattress that reduce the risk of accidents and promote safe sleep.
  2. Comfort: A cot offers a comfortable, dedicated space for your baby to sleep. It supports a healthy sleep routine from an early age, which is crucial for development.
  3. Convenience: Many cots come with adjustable mattress heights, allowing you to lower the mattress as your baby grows and becomes more mobile. This feature helps keep them safe as they start to sit, stand, and potentially try to climb out.
  4. Longevity: A quality cot can last through the infant stages of multiple children, offering good value over time. Some cots are convertible into toddler beds, extending their usability beyond the baby years.
  5. Peace of Mind: Knowing your baby is sleeping in a safe, comfortable environment can provide significant peace of mind for parents.

While the initial cost may seem high, the benefits of safety, comfort, and convenience make a baby cot a worthwhile investment for the well-being of your child.

What is the difference between a crib and a cot?

In the UK, the distinction between a "crib" and a "cot" is more specific than in other regions, where the terms might be used interchangeably.

  • Crib: In the UK, a crib usually refers to a smaller, more compact bed designed for newborns and young babies, typically used for the first few months of a baby's life. Cribs are often more portable than cots and sometimes have a rocking feature to soothe the baby. They are designed to be cozy and snug, offering a more contained sleeping area for a newborn.
  • Cot: The term "cot" in the UK is used to describe what Americans might call a "crib." It's a larger baby bed with fixed or drop sides meant to be used from birth until the child is old enough to move to a toddler bed or regular bed, usually around 2 to 3 years old. Some cots are convertible, designed to transition into toddler beds, extending their usefulness beyond the infant years.

The main differences lie in the size and intended age range for use, with cribs being smaller and suited for the earliest months and cots being larger and designed to last through the toddler years.

Is it OK to put a newborn in a cot?

Yes, it's perfectly OK to put a newborn in a cot, as long as it meets current safety standards and is equipped with a firm, flat mattress covered by a fitted sheet. Ensure the cot is free from soft bedding, pillows, stuffed toys, and bumper pads to minimize the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and to maintain a safe sleeping environment. Many parents choose to use a cot from birth due to its versatility and longevity, as it can often accommodate a child up until they are 2 to 3 years old or even longer if the cot converts into a toddler bed. Just make sure to adjust the mattress to the highest setting for newborns, making it easier to lift them in and out, and lower it as they grow and become more mobile to prevent climbing out.