Sparrow Twin Bed
Crafted in Europe, this bed matches the rest of the furniture in the contemporary Sparrow range. Clean lines, subtle color, and modern style ensure that your child will never outgrow this bed. Good thing it's built to last.
Add a practical trundle bed to make the Sparrow twin bed twice as useful! With the mattress (sold separately) the trundle makes an additional bed, ideal for sleepovers. Without the mattress, the trundle can be used to store clothes, sheets, and blankets.
Twin Bed: 83" l x 57" w x 32" h
*Fits standard size Twin mattress
Trundle Bed: 76 1/2" l x 40 1/2" w x 7 1/4" h
*Trundle Bed fits mattress size 38"W X 72"L X 5"H (please note this is not standard twin-size)
- Low bed height for easy access
- Can be paired with a trundle (sold separately) for a guest bed or extra storage
- Fits a standard twin size mattress
- Can hold up to 225 lbs
- Sustainably produced in Europe
- Made of Baltic birch plywood and eco-MDF
- Finishes are non-toxic, water-based, and free of VOC health hazards
- Packaging made of recycled cardboard
- Responsible recycling through licensed collecting facilities
This item is GREENGUARD Gold certified.
Oeuf Lead Times
Oeuf is known for its modern range of eco nursery furniture. Since 2002, Oeuf has been known for its modern take on nursery furniture and its stylish range of handknit children's clothes and accessories. Oeuf (which means “egg” in French) is about simple, clean design without compromising on quality, safety, and environmental/social impact.
Sustainable Wood: All Oeuf's furniture is produced in an environmentally friendly and Forest Stewardship Certified (FSC) facility in Latvia. Their engineered eco-MDF panels are also made from FSC certified wood fibers.
Ethics: 70% forest and known for its woodworking traditions, Latvia is a small European country on the Baltic Sea. Oeuf furniture is made there in a socially responsible FSC facility with state-of-the-art dust collection to protect workers and the environment. Waste is recycled through licensed facilities, and wood waste is reprocessed at the factory into briquettes, which are then used to heat the factory during Latvia's cold winters.