5 Stylish Baby Cots Under $400

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Finding the perfect cot for your bub doesn’t have to mean spending a fortune. We’ve searched high and low for some of the best cots under $400. Check them out below.

The Best 5 Cots Under $400

1. Tasmaneco Palermo Cot (White)

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This cot is one of the most affordable around at only $199!

It’s simple in design and converts to a toddler bed once your bub graduates from a cot. Perfect for a those looking for a simple white cot with the option of a toddler bed down the track.

Available online from Baby Bunting for $199.

2. Babies R Us Finley 2-in-1 Cot – White

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If you’re looking for a minimalist style cot that will work in any nursery them the Finley 2-in-1 is the perfect solution.  It has a two position base and converts to a sofa-bed once bub outgrows the cot.

Available exclusively from Babies R Us for $199.99.

3. Childcare Bristol Cot – White

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The Target Childcare Bristol Cot is a great option for those looking for a cot with a drop side option.

Suitable from birth and with a two positioned base, this cot can also be converted to a toddler bed (kit available separately).

Target online has heaps of gorgeous linen to finish the look as well!

Find it online at Target for $369.

4. Childcare Cambridge Cot

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If white doesn’t fit with the look of your nursery, this chestnut coloured cot from Baby Bunting might be the one.

Available with a drop side and castors (if you want to move bub around or rock them off to sleep), this cot is stylish and practical.

Available from Baby Bunting for $299.

5. Bebe Care Euro Cot

Roomset BEBE Care cot

The Bebe Care Euro Cot is right on trend with is stylish angles and popular grey finish.

It has a two height adjustable base and would make the perfect statement piece for any nursery, without breaking the bank!

Available from Baby Village for $379.99.

What cot did you choose for your bub? Did you go for traditional or modern?

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