28 Feb '17, 1pm

Linea crib transforms into bed & sofa as baby grows into adolescence

Linea crib transforms into bed & sofa as baby grows into adolescence

Selecting the right furniture or clothing for children is almost a bit of a futile pursuit, as they will eventually grow out of it in a year or two. That can translate to a either a lot of discarded items or a lot of hand-me-downs (which works only if your family and friends are open to reusing things). One good solution is to get furniture that can be adapted and transformed as the child grows, something that we've seen designers explore as a way to extend the lifespan of furniture. Danish company Leander is offering this long-term flexibility with its adaptable Linea Cot , which starts out as a baby crib, with conveniently sloped slides, presumably to prevent the alarming event of when baby climbs out (trust me, it happens). It's made out of solid oak, and features a height-adjustable base that can be moved up and down as the child grows. © Leander © Leander When baby be...

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