Kub Dreema Cot Bed review

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RRP  £220.00
Kub Dreema Cot Bed

by Liat Hughes Joshi |
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Attractive, modern and well built, the Dreema cot is ideal for smaller bedrooms and nurseries, only thing is, it’s on the small side so won’t last into the toddler years like other models.

The Dreema is a smart, contemporary cot that’s well made and simple to assemble – one person can do it easily.

A smart, contemporary cot that’s well made and simple to assemble

It lacks the longevity of a cot bed but takes up less space, great if the nursery or your bedroom is on the small side. The cot must be used with the Dreema mattress because it isn’t a standard shape, but this comes as part of the package so you don’t have to buy separately. It’s lightweight and comes with optional castors (sold separately) if you need to move it around easily. When it comes to the curved shape, some of our testers loved it, others thought it impractical and made things stored underneath look messy. All in all, a sturdy well-made cot that looks good, and is reasonable value for money, but is on the small side.

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