Wood Mini+ low loft bed, white
Item number: 041448
|Dimensions: w 74 × l 166 × h 132 cm|
Wood Mini+ low loft bed is designed to accommodate the need for a quality solution in a small children's bedroom. With its generous measurements but small stature, it is well suited in rooms where a standard bunk bed would seem to dominate.
The low loft bed fits the young schoolchild and offers, in its well-conceived design, a space under the bunk for the child to create a cosy hangout. When the child ultimately outgrows the bed a pair of attractive pillows along with the backrest and a set of short legs available separately will convert it to a cosy daybed or small sofa – suitable for a corner of the living room, a wide hallway or as a stylish supplement to the interior of the summerhouse. Wood Mini+ supports Oliver Furniture's foundational principal of aesthetic sustainability: We create furniture that can follow the family for generations in design and quality.
The ladder is mounted on the right side of the bed.
As your needs change - a child wants a new bed, or maybe a sibling arrives - the bed can keep up with the new needs.
Choose the bed you want to convert and see the conversion options in the bed converter.
We guarantee a five-year availability of the standard conversion kits for all convertible beds from the date of purchase.
The Wood Mini+ white is made of birch wood with legs in solid birch.
The non-visible screws give the bed a clean and exclusive design and are a defining trade of Oliver Furniture. The style is Scandinavian with clean lines, round shapes and simple details, like the leather strap at the headboard.
The series is manufactured in Europe and complies with European safety standards and norms. The products are painted with non-toxic, water-based paint.
Maximum weightload on bed bases (static weight):
Mini+ cot bed: 30 kg
Mini+ junior bed, low loft bed and low bunk bed: 120 kg
SAFETY AND COMPLIANCE
According to EN 747 loft beds and the upper bed of bunk beds are not suitable for children under 6 years due to the risk of injury from falls.
A smaller child can sleep in the lower bed of bunk beds, possibly with a bed guard for extra safety.