See active discussions on Australian Parents b Sort by: Oldest Newest 36 Posts e ekg bks88 Hi I have the boori sleigh cot in the English oak and it is a great cot it's a great size nice and big my daughter has only just gone into a bed and she will be 3 in 5 weeks so she had heaps of room but now need it for next bubs!
Have just purchased another one as having twins and yes expensive but worth the money to have for a long time as will be using for toddler beds as well this time: I had to complain regularly before they did anything. I even took photos. They ended up sorting it out the day before my C section after I became an absolute nuisance to them.
The only good thing about Boori is the look of it. I wouldnt dish out or boori when i could still get something beautiful and have money to spare L Lil bks88 If you are going to spend the money, have a look at other brands too.
I have the Leander in lime wash.
It's gorgeous, Danish designed. It converts into a toddler bed too. It's gone through all 3 of my kids, my third ds is sound asleep in in right now: It's not as bulky as the boori range and has a very unique design. Another unique cot is the stokke, another Danish brand - it's quite slimline - mcgeelisha I have the boori urbane cot for my first child it's still a boori but at the cheapest end and quite plain but still converts has drop side etc!
I'm happy cos it came with kit to convert it to toddler bed and then double bed. The cot feels really strong and sturdy.
There is no assembly required, I was able to put it up within a matter of minutes straight from the box. This time though I want to avoid getting another cotbed as it was massive and meant that it was a tight squeeze with our bed in there too so thought a small cot would be better this time and then baby can move into the big cotbed when he moves in to his own room with his brother. What kind of bedding can I use?
I have heard cots4tots are good quality too but not as good as boori. Boori will be easier to sell down the track once you are done with it. S SaffronButterfly Hi bks88, I worked selling baby furniture for 5 years and now that I get my turn to buy it, I won't be buying anything else but Boori!!!
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Because it is popular there can be a wait on some items upto 16 weeks at peek times. As for drop sides not working you just need to follow the instructions and it will work.
The colours might not be exactly the same if you buy several different pieces because they will have been stained at different times. Ring a your local baby store to get their current wait times and most of them are having sales at the moment or if not ask if they can throw in a free boori mattress.
J Jade bks88 I haven't got a bad word to say about it, all my nursery furniture is Boori and I love it! Great quakity and still look brand new after 2. I wish I'd waited longer before having more kids so I could reuse as they ARE quite expensive, but I have has absolutely no issues with mine and since they turn into toddler beds and such I think I should get a little more use out of them.
I have two from the Urbane range and one from the standard. I haven't used the new one yet, but I can't see myself being disappointed.
Also have a white Matilda rocker and sleigh change table. Have been so happy with them all. Matilda rocker seems to fit baby a lot longer than regular bassinets if baby is not rolling. In terms of colour we decided to go with white as its easier to match other furniture in the room to - the brushed white and timber finishes are nice but would be difficult to match if not buying all boori furniture. White worked perfectly with our timber and white bookcase and white rocking chair.
Also, the replaceable teething rails are a great idea! Boori are perhaps a little more expensive but seem to be better quality and will last through multiple children. Resale value is quite high too. Looks lovely and I assembled myself! You can get really good quality second hand products if u shop around and know the price it's worth! Emma Bing, Heidi Murkoff's daughter, and the inspiration for the What to Expect book series, is pregnant with her second child.
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