Bye bye crib and hello big kid bed! When it’s time to transition to a toddler bed, you’ll need to give your little one a cozy place to sleep that also looks great in their room. We’ve rounded up beds that are well made, look great, and will help your toddler drift off to dreamland.
Custom House Frame Bed
The idea of a bed without bars can be slightly terrifying for parents of wiggly babies. One surefire way to protect from falls is to get a toddler bed that's meant to be on the floor. This adorable house frame bed fits the bill in a remarkably cute fashion.
Toddler beds are just about as short-lived a piece of furniture as a baby crib is. Your squishy toddler will be a gangly kindergartner before you know it, so not everyone will want to lay down a big chunk of change. For a low-cost but good looking bed, we found this simple gray and white slat bed that checks all the boxes: Safety? Check. Looks? Check. Price? Double check.
If you find it incredibly cute when miniature furniture looks just like the full-sized version, then this toddler bed with its tufted headboard and footboard will please you to no end. We're imagining tiny armchairs and small scale faux animal rugs decking out the room that this toddler bed lives in.
This adorable daybed is set low to the ground, making it easy for kids to climb in and out, and comes in a variety of colors. It also has a removable safety railing and is designed for kids up to 50 pounds.
This bed has a simple house frame that could be used for plenty of playtime as well as a cozy place to sleep. Since the bed is a platform, you won’t have to worry that kids will fall out of bed and hurt themselves at night.
This bed has a really cool feature that allows you to transform the bed into two chairs and a table. Since kids only use their toddler bed for a few years, this transition is a great option for getting more use out of their toddler bed.
This sturdy bed is perfectly designed for girls and boys that are ready for their big kid bed. It comes in a variety of colors so it will match their bedroom design, and the side rails help them feel more secure at night.