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Cam Cam Copenhagen Harlequin Daybed White

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The day bed in the beautiful Harlequin style from Cam Cam Copenhagen is available as a single bed measuring 90 x 200 cm. 
  • Daybed in Harlequin design
  • Can be expanded with a separate spacious drawer module
  • Can be expanded with a separate guest bed module
  • With water-based, child-safe varnish
  • Made in the EU
  • Matching mattress size: 90x200 inch 
  • Mattress not included

The day bed from Cam Cam CopenhagenCan be used not only as a bed, but also as a bed during the day cozy place to relax, reading and playing. The headboard has a beautiful harlequin pattern, which is from the typical Harlequin children's furniture collection by Cam Cam Copenhagen is known and popular. The appropriate mattress size for the bed is 90x200 inch and is therefore long enough for a regular adult-sized single bed mattress. In addition to the day bed is a spacious drawer module , and a Guest bed module available for removal. 

  • Dimensions outside:L 211 x W 98 x H 72 x cm
  • Material: MDF / solid birch wood / birch plywood, painted white
  • The scientific names of the wood species can be found under www.holzdeklaration.ch be queried

  • Item number: 2034-23-000-EU
  • Without drawer and guest bed module
  • Without a mattress
  • Will be delivered disassembled 
  • We are happy to assemble the single bed for you, you can book our assembly service online at the same time

      Cam Cam Copenhagen creates high quality, timeless, Scandinavian design for children. It is children's furniture and baby accessories in Nordic style that help create calm and harmonious environments for children. The overarching design focus is sustainability - products and lasting design and material quality that will be valued for generations to come. Cam Cam Copenhagen was founded in 2012 by the architect couple Sara Giese Camre and Robert Warren Paulsen.